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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 […]

Children and Young People’s mental health learning event – Blog 1

15th July 2019

By Jess Simpson, Suzan Lateef and Andy Martin, Healthy London Partnership Children and Young People’s Programme: The Healthy London Partnership Children and Young People’s Mental Health Shared Learning Event on 3rd July was a fantastic opportunity to highlight and disseminate existing positive practice from within and outside London. There were a number of breakout sessions […]

Children and Young People’s mental health shared learning event – Blog 2

15th July 2019

By Ian Lewis from NHS England: I am the Local Authority Adviser within the Healthy London Partnership Children and Young People’s Programme. I am a social worker and my professional background is in Children’s Social Care. I attended the fantastic HLP Shared Learning Event on 3rd July, which brought together professionals from across the Capital […]

Children and Young People’s mental health shared learning event – Blog 3

15th July 2019

By Dr Ann York: Take time to be. That was a message from Tracy Parr as she opened our Shared Learning event on children and young people’s mental health on 3rd July. Over 130 people took time from their busy schedules to listen, question, reflect and feel, soaking up the nutrients that were flowing during […]

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 […]

High praise for the Children and Young People’s Mental Health event

5th July 2019

More than 130 experts in the field of mental health attended the Children and Young People’s Mental Health event on 3 July, organised and hosted by the Healthy London Partnership. 42 speakers delivered 35 presentations on different areas of positive practice across the UK to encourage shared learning. Feedback from the event has been overwhelmingly […]

#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 […]

Case study: Collaboratively transforming Urgent and Emergency Care in London

2nd July 2019

Bringing together partners with transformation experts and Londoners is one of the key roles Healthy London Partnership (HLP) plays in tackling London’s most complex health challenges. For example, Healthy London Partnership’s (HLP) Urgent and Emergency Care (UEC) programme, in partnership with the Emergency Care Improvement Support Team (ECIST), recently demonstrated to over 150 senior health […]

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 […]