A newly re-designed app is now available to empower university students to take better care of their health. Providing relevant and reliable information on over 150 mental and physical health issues, the FREE ‘Student Health App’ (previously known as ‘ESC Student’) allows students to make informed decisions about their health and helps them flourish at university.
Go to the website for more information
The Royal Free London are hosting an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion LGBT+ Conference on Wednesday 16th January 2019.
The event will take place at the Royal Free London with key note speakers.
To view the information and book a place at the conference, please click on this link
10.30-12.30pm at Charlie Ratchford Centre on Wednesday 14 November.
Do health services understand the communication and support needs of people with learning disabilities?
Martin Emery from the Camden Clinical Commissioning Group and Anna Wright from Healthwatch will talk about the Accessible Information Standard and what people with learning disabilities and their carers can expect when using health services.
For more details / RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 020 7697 1336
This services aims to provide a comprehensive ‘One Stop’ drop-in service for those experiencing and/or who may be at risk of a Hate Crime or experienced it in the past and fearful further incidents may occur.
Hate incidents take many forms from verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, bullying or malicious complaints.
The Sessions will be run in conjunction with Metropolitan Police, LGBT Forum, Community Security Trust (CST), Camden Council, Tell MAMA and Camden People First.
Taking place on 14th November from 12-2pm, at the
Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, Kings Cross, NW1 1BD Meeting Rooms C, D, E
Two exciting new involvement opportunities for patients and carers
Help UCLH Cancer Collaborative use a “teachable moment” to share advice about cancer prevention when it’s most effective
The deadline is Monday 26th November 2018
Work with UCLH Cancer Collaborative to develop training for nurses which will support earlier diagnosis of colorectal cancer
The deadline is Monday 10th December 2018
The Mortimer Market Centre, Archway Centre, Vale Drive Primary Care Centre and the Woking Clinic will continue to offer booked appointments. For our other clinics you will now be able to walk in for a sexual health check-up or to start, continue or change a method of contraception such as the pill, injection, patch, diaphragm or NuvaRing.
We also have a new telephone hotline if you need an appointment for a coil fitting or replacement. Please see our clinic pages for the number and times to book.
More information about the clinics nearest you and our opening times can be found on www.sexualhealth.cnwl.nhs.uk
1-30 November 2018
The aim of the Lung Cancer Awareness campaign is to raise awareness to encourage people displaying the common symptoms of lung cancer, such as a persistent cough, breathlessness or unexplained weight-loss, to visit their GP. During the month, many people throughout the country and the world come together for the lung cancer community. #Headhigh @Roy_Castle_Lung
Public Health England has issued guidance that people with learning disabilities, their family carers and paid supporters are entitled to a free flu vaccination. The guidance also stresses that reasonable adjustments should be put in place to help people with learning disabilities. Easy-read information is also available.
Find tools and resources to help yourself and others to feel better.
From managing your anxiety to meeting like-minded people, whatever it is that you need, we want to help you find it.
Self Assessment, Urgent Support, Anxious, Sleep Deprived, Stressed, Sad or Low https://www.good-thinking.uk/
CQC warns of growing ‘care injustice’, with access to good care increasingly dependent on how well local systems work together
Taking care of yourself
You might not be talking about it, because mental health is still a taboo subject. But there are small, simple steps you can take to make your workplace mentally healthier.
Taking care of your staff
Our research confirms that a culture of fear and silence around mental health is costly to employers. Starting a conversation about mental health doesn’t have to be difficult. We can show you how
Support and services in Camden
We believe mental health and wellbeing is as important as looking after your physical health. Below you will find a list of the services available, what they offer and who they are best suited for. There may be a number of services that could help you boost your mental health and wellbeing.
Some organisations offer activities that will suit a wide range of people, rather than focusing on a particular activity or type of mental health support.
If you’re not sure where to start, you might find it useful to contact some of the service providers or have a conversation with your GP.