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How mental health services are changing

Venue

Conference Centre
St Pancras Hospital
4 St Pancras Way
London, NW1 0PE

Date 

Thursday 22 September 2016

Time

5.30pm for a 6pm start, continuing to 7pm 

Event summary

Angela McNab, chief executive of C&I, will provide her own insight into how society’s perception of mental health and attitudes towards it are changing.
 
She will also speak about some selected ongoing developments within mental health care and provide detail on how C&I fits into the current picture. 
 
Dr Ian Prenelle, Clinical Director, C&I’s Recovery & Rehabilitation Division, will provide an overview of C&I’s new Integrated Practice Unit for Psychosis – an example of how the integration of physical and mental health care is developing.
 

About Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

We provide mental health and substance misuse services to people living in Camden and Islington, and a substance misuse and psychological therapies service to residents in Kingston. 
 
We have two inpatient facilities, at Highgate Mental Health Centre and St Pancras Hospital, as well as community based services throughout the London boroughs of Camden and Islington. Our Trust is also a member of University College London Partners (UCLP), one of the world’s leading academic health science partnerships.
 
We provide services for adults of working age, adults with learning difficulties, and older people in the London area either in a community or inpatient setting.
 
Our income for 2015/16 was £138million and we have approximately 1,700 staff. Our staff  work in multi-disciplinary teams providing a holistic approach to recovery. This means that we often work with partner agencies and the voluntary sector. Camden and Islington Mental Health and Social Care Trust was established in 2002. In March 2008 we became the first Care Trust to achieve Foundation Trust status and are licensed by NHS Improvement.

 

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