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FREE NHS stress and sleep workshops

Source By: Talk Changes

We are holding FREE NHS stress and sleep workshops, based on CBT techniques from within Dalston library:

 

STRESS WORKSHOP

Tues 4th June 12.30-14.00

Weds 12th June 18.00-19.30

Thursday 20th June 18-19.30

 

SLEEP WORKSHOPS

Tuesday 2nd July 12.00 – 14.00

Wednesday 10th July 18.00-19.30

Thursday 18th July 18.00-19.30

 

To sign up clients would need to email huh-tr.talkingtherapy@nhs.net  specifying which workshop (date and time) they would like to attend.

 

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Aligning commissioning policies

Source By: NHS Newham Clinical Commissioning Group

Across north east London, CCGs have been working together to look at how to make sure that people, wherever they live, are able to have the same treatments and procedures. At the moment, this can be different from borough to borough, which isn’t fair for people and is confusing for people working in the NHS.

As part of this work, GPs have said that there are a number of procedures that they feel could benefit from clearly defined criteria so that they are clear about treatment options for their patients – things like which tests are best to carry out or which treatments or medicines to use first.

In order to do this in a consistent way across north east London, CCGs want to make changes to what is known as a commissioning policy. This lists all the treatments, procedures and interventions the NHS funds, and who is eligible to have them. They want to merge the different commissioning policies (currently there are different ones for Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge; City and Hackney; Newham; Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest) to create one. 

By doing this, it would mean that:

  • all patients living in north east London would have access to the same type of care
  • the care patients would receive would be in line with the latest clinical guidance
  • hospitals and GPs would be clear about what policy to refer to, reducing confusion
  • patients would not have treatments that don’t work or aren’t the best option for them.
  • NHS funds would be spent paying for procedures that people need, and that would give them a better quality of life.

GPs from all the CCGs have been working together, looking at what currently happens in each commissioning policy, at clinical evidence and guidance and at work done by NHS England. They have also asked hospital consultants for advice. After lots of discussion, they have come up with what they think needs to change to create a new commissioning policy for north east London.

They now want to know what you think. 

Find out more and have your say 

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Events- Young Hackney

Source By: Young Hackney

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YOUR GUIDE TO A FUN-PACKED SUMMER

Source By: Young Hackney

Summer holidays are around the corner and that means a lot, as in A LOT, of summer fun to get stuck into!

Summer has to be the best school holiday…the sun’s out, you can petty much eat ice-cream any time of the day, it doesn’t get dark till really late, it’s the longest break from school and there are so many exciting things to do in the borough.

Click here to find out more - https://www.younghackney.org/news-post/2019/guide-fun-packed-summer-2/?medium=email&source=govdelivery


Lloyds open last round of Enable grants

Source By: Action Planning

Lloyds Lloyds Bank Foundation has announced its last round of Enable grants, offering up to £15,000 to help charities develop or trial new approaches to service delivery.

The Enable grant fund, worth a total of £1.9million, is available for charities that work with people aged 17 and over, experiencing complex social issues such as domestic abuse, sexual abuse and exploitation, mental health issues and homelessness. To qualify, applicants must have an income of between £25,000 and £1 million. 

Applications close on Saturday 31 August.

https://actionplanning.co.uk/insights/lloyds-open-last-round-of-enable-grants


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