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Infection Prevention Control

PPE and escalating your supply issues How to access additional support to order PPE supplies [ COVID-19\Care Home Resource Pack\PPE & escalating supply issues.pptx – missing resource ] Personal Protective Equipment Strategy Admission and Care of Patients in a Care Home during COVID-19 Donning and doffing Different types of PPE are worn depending on the […]

COVID-19 Support

This section contains national and regional information and guidance developed by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), Public Health England (PHE) NHS England & Improvement (NHSE/I) and Healthy London Partnership. Vaccine advice for social care staff Download the full Care Home Resource Pack Download the full Domiciliary Care Resource Pack Download the slides […]

#AskAboutAsthma Campaign 2020

Thank you for all the support for our #AskAboutAsthma campaign week on keeping children’s asthma under control particularly more so this year due to the coronavirus and this second wave. Below you will find links to our blogs, podcasts, webinar recordings and slides from the campaign programme. Click here for more information including how we […]

Report highlighting children and young people’s mental health review findings

In 2018 and 2019 the NHS England and NHS Improvement Mental Health System Improvement Team (MH SIT) undertook reviews in 7 London boroughs of NHS commissioned children and young people’s mental health (CYPMH) provision. The reviews focused on the delivery of evidence-based treatment pathways and the standards for CYP access expansion and outcomes. We are […]

Past Webinars

SELCA Webinar – Difficult to Diagnose Cancers Recording of a live webinar for the South East London Cancer Alliance (SELCA). Myeloma with Dr Winnie Kwan GP Cancer Lead Bexley And Carmel Rice Locum Consultant Haematologist, King’s College Hospital. Ovarian with Dr Esther Appleby GP Cancer Lead Lewisham and Mr Rahul Nath Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist, Guy’s […]

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Overview of training courses

Cancer prevention training courses There are many things that the public can do in order to reduce the risk of cancer, including not smoking, healthy eating and drinking, drinking less alcohol, keeping a healthy weight, being more active and staying safe in the sun. A number of courses  have been developed by Royal colleges and […]

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Good Thinking has produced a wide range of resources to support better mental wellbeing for Londoners. Below, you’ll find links to materials that you may find useful, either for yourself or to share across your network or organisation. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact the Good Thinking team. Good Thinking Logo Add […]

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Fast-Track Cities case study: Living Well improvement project

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What was the original proposal? Living Well proposed to work with London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust and various local voluntary sector partners. The project, called Connect Well, aims to support people living with HIV who may be experiencing loneliness and isolation. The original proposal was that this would be done face to face, […]

Mental health crisis lines

Mental health crisis support Every NHS mental health trust in London has put in place a mental health helpline, so children, young people and their families can get help quickly when they need it. Professionals are also able to access these crisis lines if they are concerned about or would like advice about a child, […]

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Advice and resources for places of education

Time4Me – Children’s Bereavement Workbook BBC BBC education resources for home schooling Department of Education Supporting vulnerable children and young people during the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak – actions for educational providers and other partners Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for schools and other educational settings Schools comms Q&A Online resources to support home learning Safeguarding children and […]

Personal stories and podcasts

Personal stories Facing COVID-19 with Asperger’s: Chris’ story Chris gives insight into how adopting a new routine and writing things down has helped in dealing the pandemic. Adjusting to a new way of living: Alis Rowe, autistic creator and entrepreneur This blog was written by Alis Rowe who founded The Curly Hair Project, a social […]

General mental health advice

Good Thinking Looking after your mental health  This Good Thinking article offers advice on what apps and other resources are available to support you if you are feeling stressed, anxious, sleep deprived or depressed. 5 ways to good mental wellbeing Good Thinking, offers advice on 5 ways in which you can improve your mental health […]

Advice and resources for parents and carers

Time4Me – Children’s Bereavement Workbook BBC BBC education resources for home schooling Supporting home learning Emerging Minds Supporting children and young people with worries about COVID-19 Department of Education What parents and carers need to know about schools, colleges and other education settings during the coronavirus outbreak What parents and carers need to know about […]

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Advice and resources for children and young people

Young People under the age of 13 Coping with the pandemic (Children 7-12 years) It’s okay to worry about coronavirus- Resource for children under 12 The Stay Home Superheroes Book How to look after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak Every Mind Matters Our feelings diary Dealing with change Young People- over 13 years […]

COVID-19 Response and Recovery

This page provides a summary of resources relating to COVID-19 including guides to help manage mental health, advice guides and personal stories from organisations aiming to support better mental health and wellbeing for children and young people. Explore the resources by following the links.

Flu and winter health information

In London, people experiencing homelessness qualify for a free flu vaccine. GP’s and pharmacies may offer this in other areas. A range of resources and guidance is available to promote flu jabs for the homeless. Guidance on staying healthy this winter for people experiencing homelessness Groundswell’s updated (December 2021) leaflet includes tips from staff with […]

COVID – 19 Cancer Referral Resources

This page has all COVID – 19 related support documents for primary care during the pandemic. It includes COVID – 19 specific pan London suspected cancer referral forms, a COVID – 19 patient information leaflet as well as primary care educational guides and communications. The latest uploads to this page include ENGLISH COVID-19 Patient Information […]

Commissioning guidance for lymphoedema

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Commissioning Guidance for Lymphoedema Services for Adults Living with and Beyond Cancer 2020 – Guidance for commissioners to improve the quality of life for people with lymphoedema in London.  On this page: Overview Recommendations MDS spreadsheet Business case Service specification Community of practice report Webinar Overview The aim of this revised guidance developed by TCST and […]