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    Hillingdon Health and Care Partners Newsletter out now

    24 February 2017

    The latest Hillingdon Health and Care Partners (HHCP) newsletter, that CNWL are a part of, is now available to download. Download it here (opens PDF)

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    CNWL’s Cecilia Anim awarded a CBE

    24 February 2017

    Cecilia Anim, President of the Royal College of Nursing and a sexual health nurse at CNWL, has been awarded with a CBE by the Queen. The Commander of the Order of the British Empire, was awarded to Cecilia as part of the Queen’s 2017 New Year’s Honours list. Cecilia started her career in nursing as […]

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    New community sexual health services to launch in April

    24 February 2017

    CNWL has been appointed to deliver sexual and reproductive health services across the three boroughs of Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham from April 2017. The new three-year contracts will deliver services including sexual health awareness, HIV support, contraception and STI screening. The £4 million contracts will see services move to new locations […]

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    CNWL comments on Community Mental Health provision in Hillingdon

    24 February 2017

    In response to a query from the newsite Hillingdon is Here about the numbers of suicides in the Borough last year and the levels of community mental health provision, Borough Director, Kim Cox said: “The Office for National Statistics say there were 45 suicides in Hillingdon in the calendar year 2015, up from 8 in […]

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    Arts Psychotherapies team wins Dr Rizkar Amin ‘Best Innovator’ Award

    23 February 2017

    (pictured – the ICAPT team receives its award from Chief Executive Claire Murdoch) The International Centre for Arts Psychotherapies Training (ICAPT) team has won the Dr Rizkar Amin Excellence Award for Best Innovator. The awards scheme is run by the Trust’s Postgraduate Medical & Dental Education Team, in memory of Dr Amin, a CNWL psychiatrist […]

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    New videos to be used in services for patient education and new staff training

    23 February 2017

    CNWL has produced 17 short videos that talk about different addictions, the impacts of certain substances and therapy. The videos will be used within services for patient education, displayed in clinic/waiting areas and for new staff training. To view the videos, visit our album on Vimeo.

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    Graeme Caul is our new Divisional Director for Diggory

    23 February 2017

    Graeme Caul has been appointed the new Divisional Director for Diggory, which covers mental health and community services in Milton Keynes, CNWL’s sexual health services, addictions and offender care. He is currently Community Services Director for CNWL’s Camden and Hillingdon Services. He will start in the spring and his appointment came from a competitive process […]

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    Harrow Rethink March 2017 newsletter out now

    23 February 2017

    Rethink Mental Illness is a national charity challenging attitudes to mental illness. Its Harrow division has published its latest newsletter. Download the newsletter here. (Opens pdf)

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    New provider of School Health Services (formerly the School Nursing Service) for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster City Council

    23 February 2017

    Following a recent procurement for the provision of School Health services, the contract for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster City Council will transfer from Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust (CLCH) to CNWL.  This contract will also include the provision of sex and relationships education currently delivered by Brook and/or Living […]

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    CNWL launches carers’ network ‘that will help support staff’

    21 February 2017

    CNWL Chair Dot Griffiths has said that being a carer is “a difficult journey filled with caring but also pain,” at the launch of the Trust’s new network to support its staff with caring roles outside of work. Dot, who had once been a carer when she looked after her mother, said “it’s a role […]

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