Please read the message from Jackie Smith, Trust Chair about the Interim Board leadership arrangements.
Read the April edition of "In the community for the community", our newsletter updating you on some of the ways we are changing mental healthcare in North Central London.
Exploring the experiences of student mental health nurses from ethnic minority backgrounds working through the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds more than any other group.
Research into the spread of COVID-19 among older adult patients and patients with dementia in psychiatric wards shows that effective infection control measures and a policy of parity of esteem between mental and physical health appears to have lowered infection rates and deaths.
Read the March edition of "In the community for the community", our newsletter updating you on some of the ways we are changing mental healthcare in North Central London. This month it reports what we have done to meet needs identified in our Community Mental Health Summit, as well as showcasing the work of some of our staff and our partners in the voluntary sector.
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust retains ‘Good’ CQC rating despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust has been rated as ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in its report published today.
Launch of joint Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy: Creating a just, fair and inclusive culture
Barnet, Enfield, and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust and Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust have produced their first joint Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) strategy to help address inequalities, spread good practice, and improve outcomes for patients, carers, and staff across our organisations and local communities.
Read the February edition of "In the community for the community",our newsletter updating you on some of the ways we are changing mental healthcare in North Central London. This month it looks at how service users are getting greater control of their community care plans and structural changes to our community teams in Barnet and Haringey.
We are delighted to welcome four new members to the Trust Board: Dr Farah Jameel and Claud Williams join us as new Non Executive Directors (NEDs), and Sheetal Balani and Dr Ivan Beckley join us as Associate NEDs.
Community teams in Barnet and Haringey are being restructured as part of our £25 million, three-year Community Mental Health Transformation Programme.
Landmark mental health campaign with ‘Help!’ from The Beatles launched to support Londoners’ mental health
NHS England and NHS Improvement has launched a new campaign to encourage anyone experiencing feelings such as anxiety, depression, or other common mental health concerns to seek help through NHS Talking Therapies. Backed by some of the UK’s biggest artists, and using the iconic Beatles song ‘Help!’, the campaign will encourage people struggling with their mental health to seek support.
Read the January edition of “In the community for the community”, our newsletter updating you on some of the ways we are changing mental healthcare in North Central London. This month it looks at new roles in GP practices, changes in the culture of care, how we are working with communities and the role employment can play in recovery.
Across Barnet, Enfield and Haringey 18 new members of staff are taking up exciting new roles in GPs surgeries where they will play an important role in our transformation of community mental health services.
Nationally, there is an improvement drive that will see greater involvement from service users. In new guidance NHS England said every adult accessing community-based care should co-produce a holistic personalised care and support plan from 2022. They should also be provided with the name of a key worker they can contact if their needs change.
Our major transformation of community mental health services is continuing across north London, enabling people to be treated more holistically in the community.
North London Partners Shared Services (NLPSS) – a partnership between 10 north central London NHS trusts to deliver more efficient and effective corporate services – officially launched this month.
Young people and their families in need of urgent help with their mental health can get free 24/7 support from trained NHS professionals by telephone.