November 2011 news archive

Greenwich CAMHS part of £32 million government scheme

Oxleas’ Greenwich Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAHMS) is going to be part of a national £32 million investment in psychological therapies, including talking therapies, for children and young ...

Published on 24th November 2011

Oxleas celebrates support workers at annual conference

Approximately 110 support staff, including healthcare assistants (HCAs), nursery nurses, social workers and therapy assistants attended the second annual Oxleas Support Workers Conference at Charlton Athletic Football Club on Friday ...

Published on 23rd November 2011

Parky and the Princess commend Angela at the palace

Angela Clayton-Turner was summoned to a reception at Buckingham Palace recently to receive a William Brooks Volunteer Award for her outstanding contribution to Alzheimer’s Society.

Published on 15th November 2011

Memorial’s market stall

For some months now staff and service users on Hazelwood and Greenwood Units at the Memorial Hospital have been running a monthly market stall on the second Thursday or each ...

Published on 10th November 2011

Why feel a lemon about health problems?

Health issues are not usually associated with hilarity, but all that changed recently at an evening that managed to promote awareness of men’s health while also ensuring that everyone ...

Published on 10th November 2011

Point of care testing transforms Clozapine service

A new service that revolutionises the way that patients who are prescribed the antipsychotic drug Clozapine receive their medication was launched at the Bexleyheath Centre on 9 November.

Published on 9th November 2011