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    Occupational Health Service leaflets updated

    19 July 2019

    We have updated two leaflets produced for the CNWL Occupational Health Service.  Stress and Worry (opens pdf) Your Health at Work (opens pdf) The CNWL Occupational Health Service (OHS) offers advice for your health, safety and wellbeing while at work. They work alongside the Trust to make sure that staff members working environment is safe […]

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    Latest CNWL Children’s Services newsletter

    19 July 2019

    Read the latest CNWL Children’s Service’s, from Zoe Sargent, CNWL Associate Director for Children’s Service. In this issue: Updates from CNWL Children’s Services Round up of events and activities QI and Children’s Services  To read and download the latest version please click on this link

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    Working well together – applying QI to group wellbeing

    19 July 2019

    Is group therapy as effective as a one to one session? Using Ruben Seetharamdoo’s health and wellbeing workbook ‘The Five and a 1/2 Ways to Wellbeing,’ the Addictions team set up a QI project which looked at whether people could benefit from getting wellbeing training in a group and whether that was different from one […]

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    NEPTUNE project spreads its knowledge across Europe

    19 July 2019

    Following the success of the NEPTUNE clinical guidance and associated e-learning modules, CNWL is delighted to announce a new collaboration with two European organisations- the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Abuse (EMCDDA) and the EU Action against Drugs and Organised Crime (EC-ACT). The NEPTUNE team has been asked to update the existing clinical guidance for […]

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    Dr McDermott mentioned in ‘AHPs into Action’ framework

    19 July 2019

    AHPs into Action is the national framework and strategy focusing on the role of Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) in transforming health, care and wellbeing. The strategy will support AHPs and service leaders to meet the priorities and ambitions for care home residents detailed in the NHS long term plan. A quick guide document mentions CNWL’s […]

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    Love activity, hate exercise? – Physio can help

    19 July 2019

    Caroline Appel, CNWL Clinical Lead Psychotherapist explained how exercise and physical activity can improve overall mental health wellbeing, as part of the Love Activity, Hate Exercise campaign by the Charted Society of Physiotherapy. Caroline who works at our Camden Neurology and Stroke Service explained the collaboration with Better Gyms and how the service trained gym […]

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    CNWL launch Community Health Services Strategy

    18 July 2019

    CNWL launch our Community Health Services Strategy today (Thursday 18 July 2019). The Trust has been providing community services since 2011 and has accumulated extensive experience in the field with almost 70 per cent of patients now seen in community and sexual health services. It’s dedicated workforce offer services for the body and mind and from […]

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    Get tested early to stay healthy longer – CNWL experts on World Hepatitis Day

    16 July 2019

    It’s World Hepatitis Day on Sunday 28 July 2019. Hepatitis is a virus that can damage the liver and, if left undiagnosed and untreated, can lead to liver cancer. There are five different hepatitis viruses; Hepatitis A, B, C, D and E. Hepatitis B and C can be transmitted through direct contact with infected blood […]

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    New Adolescent Community Treatment Service (ACTS)

    12 July 2019

    A new service launches today (Monday 15 July 2019) for young people aged between 13 and 18 years old who need additional support in the community due to their mental health difficulties. The Adolescent Community Treatment Service (ACTS) will work with the young person and their family/carer to help them to remain at home, avoid […]

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    The wider lens of OT

    11 July 2019

    Emma Nicklin has started as CNWL’s Head of Profession for Occupational Therapy. She will provide professional and clinical leadership to our occupational therapy staff across all divisions and services. “We currently have around 300 occupational therapists working in over 100 teams trust wide, probably more now Ealing and Whittington have joined us.” Our OTs are […]

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