London Perinatal Mental Health Network, shortlisted for the 2019 HSJ Awards

20th August 2019

Healthy London Partnership is delighted to announce that London Perinatal Mental Health Network has been shortlisted for the Acute or Specialist Service Redesign Initiative at this year’s HSJ Awards, recognising their outstanding contribution to healthcare. The judging panel, made up of a diverse range of highly influential and respected figures within the healthcare community, have […]

Workforce diversity in health and social care: a London masterclass

20th August 2019

On October 4th, Healthy London Partnership on behalf of the London Workforce Board will be hosting a masterclass on Workforce Diversity and Inclusion. With the introduction of the NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES), the release of the Interim Peoples Plan as well as a recent roundtable discussion, convened by Skills for Care, momentum of […]

Responding to the NHS Long Term Plan on Personalised Care Workshop – Blog

9th August 2019

  Dr Jagan John, Proactive Care Clinical Lead, Healthy London Partnership reflects on the Personalised Care Workshop that he participated in this week. On Wednesday 7th August, we welcomed almost 80 attendees involved in personalised care from across London to the ‘London Living Room’ at City Hall to discuss plans for how we will respond […]

Big system meets small system – a Wakefield workforce masterclass

1st August 2019

Schellion Horn, Director of Operations and Transformation at Healthy London Partnership, reflects on the learning from the latest workforce masterclass on ‘big system meets small system’, looking into best practice around the implementation of Primary Care Networks. “The momentum surrounding the improvement and development of the health and care workforce is going from strength to […]

Join London’s Fast-Track Cities HIV festival of cultural activities

24th July 2019

London has joined the international Fast-Track Cities initiative to ‘Get London to Zero’ HIV by 2030. London is the best city in the world for HIV detection and treatment with 95% of people with HIV diagnosed, 98% on treatment and 97% with the virus undetectable. London has been picked to host the first international Fast-Track […]

Free app to tackle stress, anxiety and depression  

17th July 2019

Good Thinking, the NHS-approved digital mental wellbeing service that is free for Londoners, has partnered with My Possible Self to help more Londoners who are experiencing common mental wellbeing concerns improve how they feel every day My Possible Self, the mental health mobile app that uses clinically-proven techniques to help people reduce excessive stress, overload […]

New guidance launched to ensure London provides world-class cancer rehabilitation services

12th July 2019

London’s Transforming Cancer Services Team (TCST) and Macmillan Cancer Support have published new guidance to ensure that all patients living with and beyond cancer do not just live longer, but are supported to live well too. Download the report here. Rehabilitation is a vital component in the care of people living with and beyond cancer and […]

#AskAboutAsthma – three simple steps improve lives for asthma sufferers

5th July 2019

London’s #AskAboutAsthma campaign is set to return between the 16 – 22 September 2019 1 in 10 children and young people in London have asthma but less than half of these have an asthma management plan or know how to use their inhaler correctly. Healthy London Partnership and the NHS in London, supported by the Mayor […]

The biggest reform to General Practice in a generation brings new services for patients across the capital

1st July 2019

Shake up will see physiotherapists, pharmacists, paramedics and other professionals working across London’s GP surgeries to provide better out of hospital care A major transformation in the way London’s family doctors work launches today (Monday 1 July 2019). GPs will work alongside professionals such as physiotherapists, paramedics, physician associates*, social prescribers* and mental health therapists […]