Our core purpose is to work with people and lead communities in improving their mental and physical health and wellbeing for a better life; through delivering excellent and responsive prevention, diagnosis, early intervention, treatment and care.
Joanna Cannon, author of bestselling novels ‘Three Things About Elise’ and ‘The Trouble with Goats and Sheep’ attended the Trust’s Academic Meeting as guest speaker to speak to medical colleagues.
Artwork created by Trust service users recovering from mental illness went on display as part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, from 13 – 19 May.
The Trust’s Liaison Team South has been featured nationally by Public Health England as a positive case study.
The Trust’s Medical Education team held its inaugural Trainee Awards Ceremony, recognising the work of some outstanding Junior Doctors.
The Trust is delighted to announce that we are retained our position as the number one Trust of its type in the country for data security and protection.
A case study on the impact of work by Trust librarian Marie Hickman has been accepted as part of a national campaign, A Million Decisions.
Trust catering facilities at Kingsway and Radbourne gain five-star hygiene rating
The Trust marked 100 years of Learning Disability (LD) Nursing with a special celebration event.
The Trust is delighted to have been awarded the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze Award in recognition of our commitment and support for defence personnel.
Community Psychiatric Nurse Amy Harcombe is aiming to inspire young people to train as healthcare professionals and join her in the NHS.
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