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Tackling terrorism

Tackling extremist material is important to protect the public and prevent offences that incite or promote terrorism and extremism.

Terrorist material could include:

Minister of State visits C&I

Alistair Burt, MP, Minister of State for Community and Social Care, has visited Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) to hear first-hand from health professionals and patients about its world-class, innovative and person-centred approach to mental healthcare.

NHS England ask military veterans how to improve mental health services

NHS England is asking armed forces veterans to share their experience of mental health services and help improve future care across the country.

Angela McNab confirmed as new Trust CEO

Camden and Islington NHS Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Angela McNab as the Trust’s new Chief Executive, following Wendy Wallace’s decision to retire.

The Danish Minister of Health visits our ‘Gold Standard’ Islington Memory Service

23 December 2015

C&I welcomed Ms Sophie Lohde, the Danish Minister of Health, and three of her colleagues to the Islington Memory Service last month to provide an insight into the dementia care we provide.

Memorable Carol Concert

The Trust’s second annual Carol Concert took place on Wednesday 16 December in St Pancras Old Church and was attended by around 80 staff members, service users and friends of the Trust.

iCope star highly commended as Patient Champion

Dr Lucy Wilson-Shaw was highly commended as a Patient Champion at the NHS Leadership Recognition Awards. Her nomination read: “By building up and maintaining a dedicated and enthusiastic Advisory Group of Ex-Service Users who are strong and vocal in their opinions and play an important role in service development and improving patient care, Lucy has ensured that meaningful service user involvement will remain at the centre of iCope.”

Industrial action December 2015

20 November 2015

A message from Vincent Kirchner, Medical Director

iCope Talks: Raising awareness of mental health in schools

iCope has been shortlisted for Innovation in Healthcare, Education and Training at the Health Education North Central and East London Quality Awards 2015. The service, which provides brief psychological interventions to patients with common mental health problems, has been recognised for hosting talks at local primary schools. They have been educating parents and teachers on the impact of stress, low mood and relaxation.

iCope highly commended in national awards

Our iCope team was highly commended for Innovation in Mental Health and Primary Care in The National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2015.

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