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London Bridge attack post-incident support pathways

14th June 2017

Following the terrorist attack in the London Bridge area, we have developed support pathways for staff across NHS systems. These have drawn heavily on the work undertaken in Manchester following the incident in May, and on London’s experts across the NHS, public health and from leading voluntary sector organisations. The pathways aim to help services […]

Ready for a new challenge? Become our Head of Portfolio and Operations

9th June 2017

Do you have extensive NHS portfolio / project management experience and a proven track record of success in delivering large-scale and complex projects? We are looking for an outstanding individual to take on the role of Head of Portfolio and Operations. This is a exciting opportunity to make a postitive impact on London’s health and […]

Supporting Londoners affected by cancer

16th May 2017

Dr Philippa Hyman, Macmillan Mental Health Clinical Lead for our Transforming Cancer Services team, writes about how we’re working to improve psychological support for people affected by cancer. One in two people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. Earlier diagnosis and improved treatment means more Londoners are now surviving cancer and […]

60 seconds with Eugenia Lee

13th May 2017

Dr Eugenia Lee is GP lead, Healthy London Partnership’s Children and Young People’s Programme. We asked her to tell us a few of the reasons that she’s so passionate about improving children and young people’s health in the capital. What is the biggest challenges to improving health for children and young people in London? There is a huge richness […]

Helping pregnant women and new mums get emotional support

12th May 2017

We have produced new material to raise awareness of the free, confidential support available to pregnant women and new parents who are struggling emotionally. As many as one in five women experience mental health problems during pregnancy and in the first year after their baby’s birth. Improving access to psychological therapy (IAPT ) services give […]

We want excellent psychological care for people with cancer and its survivors

12th May 2017

Patients, commissioners and cancer services came together at an event on May 4, 2017 as part of our work to make sure any Londoner affected by cancer can get the right psychological support, at the right time and in the right place. One in two people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. Earlier diagnosis and […]

Are you an outstanding project manager?

11th May 2017

The London Office of CCGs wants you to take the lead on supporting London’s CCGs and STPs on the Lead Provider Framework procurement project The appointed Project Manager will provide strategic, engagement and professional expertise to London CCGs and the emerging STPs to enable them to work together and to work in partnership with other […]

Helping people with mental illness lead healthier, longer lives

6th May 2017

People with severe mental illness, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, face considerable challenges to their physical health as well and evidence shows us they are missing out on some of the health improvements seen in the general population. The most striking example is tobacco  –  only 17% of people in the overall population smoke […]

Making online consultations a reality for London

20th April 2017

More than 130 London GPs, practice managers and commissioners came together on 19 April to look at new ways of using technology to offer patients online consultations. Our Transforming Primary Care team hosted the event ‘Delivering the General Practice Forward View in London: Online Consultations’ at the Kia Oval. The event aimed to support CCGs […]

Specialist A&E mental health support around the clock 24/7

20th April 2017

Healthy London Partnership has successfully supported London’s NHS to win national funding for 17 A&Es to have specialist liaison mental health services in the capital. The funding means Londoners’ with mental health needs will be assessed and cared for around the clock by skilled and compassionate staff. The NHS England transformation funding supports the national […]