October 2021 news archive

South London Listens Action Plan

Launched in 2020, South London Listens is a partnership of the three mental health Trusts - South London and Maudsley, South West London and St Georges and Oxleas NHS with local ...

Published on 28th October 2021

Boost your immunity

Our flu vaccination programme is gathering pace and our colleagues continue to seize their opportunity to protect themselves and boost their immunity this winter.

Published on 27th October 2021

Support Developmental Language Disorder Awareness Day

Today (15 October 2021) is Developmental Language Disorder Awareness Day – the day to raise awareness nationally about this often hidden condition which affects as many as two students in every ...

Published on 15th October 2021

Celebrate Black History Month at our BAMEx event

October is Black History Month and our BAMEx staff network would like to invite colleagues to their annual Black History Month event.

Published on 15th October 2021

Don’t miss Jesca’s Black History Month blog

One of our inspirational nurses, who has been named a Rising Star of 2021 by the Royal College of Nursing, is the feature of this month’s NHSE blog in ...

Published on 12th October 2021

Oxleas welcomes Kenyan Ministry of Health and High Commissioner

We’re sharing healthcare innovation globally and were excited to welcome the Kenyan Ministry of Health and the High Commissioner for the UK on a recent visit to the Bracton ...

Published on 11th October 2021

Calling all nurses! Develop your career with us

We have an exciting opportunity for nurses who are looking to develop their career. Whether you are currently working as a nurse, are a student nurse, or even aspire to ...

Published on 5th October 2021

Oxleas nurses are Rising Stars of 2021

Two of our inspirational nurses have today (1 October 2021) been announced as Rising Stars of 2021 by the Royal College of Nursing. 

Jesca Gudza, emigrated from Zimbabwe to help ...

Published on 1st October 2021