News archive March 2021

Reducing pressure on the London Ambulance Service at this time

We know the festive period can be difficult for people. If you are struggling or need support and don't have physical health problems, please think before phoning for an ambulance. You can call our mental health crisis line anytime 24/7 to get help and advice on 0800 151 0023.

  • Online weekly webinars to help you in your recovery from COVID-19

    03 March 2021

    BEH, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust and Recovery Colleges are hosting weekly webinars throughout March, April and May to help you in your recovery from COVID-19. The sessions are open to all across North Central London.

  • Short stories for children about lockdown and the challenges

    03 March 2021

    Coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for all of us, including children and young people who have often struggled to adapt to the new situation. Talya Bruck, Dramatherapist and CAMHS Primary Mental Health Worker, wrote short stories to help children process the strangeness of the pandemic and lockdown and all it encompasses.

  • Jackie Smith appointed as Chair of BEH

    05 March 2021

    Jackie Smith is to become Chair of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH), in addition to her current role of Chair at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.

  • BEH NHS Staff Survey results show improved wellbeing and fairness

    11 March 2021

    The results from this year’s NHS Staff Survey show that the work being done to make BEH the very best place to work is starting to have real impact.   

  • Vaccination clinic for people with learning disabilities in North Central London

    11 March 2021

    Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH) has been providing COVID-19 vaccination for people with learning disabilities (LD), autism and serious mental illnesses at its Chase Farm Hospital site in Enfield since the end of February.  

  • Updated privacy notice

    31 March 2021

    We have recently updated our Trust’s privacy notices on how we use your information, which includes updated information about how we share information with our partnership agencies, including the Health Information Exchange and other initiatives. The 'your health records' section has also been updated to provide access to health records information for patients on access rights to their health records.

  • Initiative to increase convictions of people who assault NHS staff is rolled out across London

    31 March 2021

    Known as Operation Cavell, the initiative will see a senior police officer review all reports of assaults and hate crime on NHS staff. The NHS, Metropolitan Police Service and Crown Prosecution Service have been working in partnership to launch the scheme, which aims to increase convictions and protect NHS staff on the frontline.