South London Mental Health and Community Partnership

Innovative and collaborative work to make a difference for mental health patients and staff in three Trusts across south London is highlighted in the South London Mental Health and Community Partnership (SLP) Annual Review for 2017-18.
 
Highlights from the SLP’s first full year include more south London children and young people, and Forensic adult patients cared for and supported towards rehabilitation and recovery closer to home.
 
New services have been developed, thanks to savings made in providing more efficient, local care. A major workplace programme is giving more learning and career development opportunities to the thousands of exceptional nursing staff working across the Trusts.

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The SLP is a collaboration between Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, and South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, between them delivering mental health services to a population of more than three million people.
 
The partnership brings together clinical expertise, experience and innovation, aiming to improve quality, use resources most effectively, and deliver best practice consistently to all patients.
 
You can read more about the SLP’s work in 2017-18 and plans for 2018-19 in this Annual Review. You can also read more about two of our programmes on blogs on the NHSE website: – Forensic Programme and CAMHS Programme.