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C&I’s family fun open day

Your local mental health trust is hosting their third annual open day on Sunday 13 September at St Pancras Gardens between 11am – 4pm. Tariq Knight, who starred on BBC 1’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, will be conjuring up some magic and we'll have a bouncy castle, archery, face painting, Bollywood dance workshops, a live band and much more. Don't forget to join us!

C&I staff to perform at the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final

C&I staff members have teamed up with Imperial College NHS Trust and other organisations to perform in a 90 strong choir at the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium on 29th August 2015.

Vote for our Healthcare IT champion of the year

The voting is now open to find this year's Healthcare IT Champion of the Year. Join us in voting for Claire Johnston our Director of Nursing and People at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.

Mental Health Fact Book

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust along will all the other mental health Trusts in London have developed a Mental Health Fact Book. It is the first publication of its kind. It is designed to provide accurate information about mental health in London and has been developed by the Cavendish Square Group, a collaboration of the 10 London Trusts responsible for mental health services.

iCope in the running for national award

Our iCope team - who provide psychological treatments and therapies for people with mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression - have been shortlisted for Innovation in Mental Health and Primary Care in The National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards 2015.

Highgate Open Day

Highgate Day Centre welcomes you to an open day so you can find out about all the work that we do in our centre as well as having a fun day with the people who use the centre. 

When: 6th of August 2015 11am - 3pm

Where: Highgate Centre 19-37 Highgate Road, London NW5 1 JY

Available on the day

C&I launches 24-hour crisis line

A 24-hour round the clock “crisis call line” will be available from 20 July 2015 to help patients and stakeholders access the right help in a mental health crisis more effectively. There will also be line for the Camden and Islington Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Teams.

C&I wins £750K from Nursing Technology Fund

A £750,000 capital grant from the Nursing Technology Fund (NTF) will allow the Trust to buy state of the art technology such as i-pads, laptops and software which will give patients a speedier, more reliable service and allow them more time with their nurses and health care professionals. The grant is the largest allocation to any mental health trust in London.

Staff nurse Vilma Toledo winner of The Great British Care Award

Our staff nurse, Vilma Toledo, won the Great British Care Awards for Dignity in Care 2015.

The 65-year-old healthcare professional has been working at Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust’s Stacey Street for 12 years. 

July bombings anniversary may trigger trauma

The anniversary of 7 July bombings may cause “an upsurge of symptoms” for those who were left traumatised after the incident, mental health experts have warned.

After the series of coordinated suicide bomb attacks in central London which targeted civilians using the public transport system there was an increase in referrals for people with Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).


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