Your challenge: to design an image answering the question "What does Recovery Mean to Me?" using the four Trust colours and including a strapline.
With over 3000 attendees over 2 days we wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone who came to our stand to say hello.
As a leading provider of mental health child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) we are transforming and expanding the delivery of our CAMHS services at Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH). To support this investment in our services, we are also investing in our people not just by developing career pathways, but also by offering a ‘New to the Trust’ recruitment and retention financial incentive in the form of a ’Golden Hello’ payment.
NHS England & NHS Improvement (NHSE/I) Nursing Workforce Improvement Team are jointly holding a webinar with their partners at Indeed, to encourage Health Care Support Worker (HCSW) applications from ethnic minority men.
Trust CEO Jinjer Kandola explains why you’ll soon find it easier to get help with mental health challenges.
Deputy CEO Darren Summers outlines our progress and plans for transforming community mental health care by 2024.
Lola who works as a Locality Lead for District Nursing and is a proud District Nurse, was awarded the title of Queen’s Nurse from the Queen’s Nursing Institute 2021.
Almost 200 people including service users, carers and residents joined our Community Mental Health Summit on Wednesday (10 November 2021) to hear how we’re transforming community mental health care.
Blossom Court, our new mental health inpatient building at St Ann’s Hospital, has been named Health category winner in the 2021 SPACES Awards.
Frances O’Callaghan appointed Designate Chief Executive for the North Central London Integrated Care Board
Frances O’Callaghan has been successfully appointed as the Designate Chief Executive for the NHS Integrated Care Board (ICB) for North Central London, following an open and robust recruitment process.
At the end of every year at Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust we like to recognise and celebrate our excellent staff and their achievements.
Following the opening of our new mental health inpatient building, Blossom Court, at St Ann’s Hospital in Haringey in summer 2020, work has progressed on refurbishing the rest of the site which is being retained by the Trust.
Mebrak Ghebrehiwet, a nurse in the BEH Eating Disorders Service, wins the top prize in the Health Hero Awards
Mebrak, who qualified as a nurse just four years ago, was congratulated by the Prime Minister for her 'heroic' work in transforming care for patients with eating disorders. She was nominated by Daily Mail readers for her efforts to help patients during the pandemic.
Nine not-for-profit organisations will partner with the Trust to transform community mental health care in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey.
To mark World Mental Health Day, NHS mental health trusts in North Central London re-affirm their commitment to work with communities to make sure everyone can get more timely help and support. The theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day is ‘Mental Health in an Unequal World’. Over the next three years, we’re investing millions of pounds and recruiting hundreds of frontline workers to expand services to make sure everyone in our community can get timely help and support with mental health challenges.
Help us to shape new neighbourhood mental health services at our first Community Mental Health Care Summit from 2.30pm to 4pm on Wednesday 10 November. Click here to join the summit from 2.30pm to 4pm on Wednesday 10 November
Do you know about the five evidence-based steps for taking care of your mental health? To mark World Mental Health Day on 10 October, our health and care partners in Enfield have created this short video with tips for looking after your mental health.
Never has there been a more important time to review our clinical approach and renew our commitment to providing excellent care. Together with our service users, carers, staff and partners we have co-created an ambitious vision for the kind of care we want to provide and have agreed a set of principles for the people who use our services.
Talya Bruck, Dramatherapist and CAMHS Primary Mental Health Worker, has created a series of books to help parents have conversations with their children about difficult topics. They are now available for purchase on Amazon and the money raised will go to purchase more books for the CAMH service at BEH.