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News from the North West London Collaboration of CCGs.

New eating disorder services for children and young people

There are new community eating disorder services for children and young people in North West London. For the first time those that are worried or need help can refer themselves.

Working with patients and the public in North West London

In North West London (NWL), each project we run includes members of the public or patient representatives to help shape our work and to sit on our project working groups.

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A celebration of life in North West London

In support of National Cancer Survivors Day, this year cancer survivor, Lynda King Taylor, shares her own experience.

Dr Martin Hall, Partner of Devonshire Lodge and Clinical Lead for the CCT

Early findings show older patients in North West London benefit from new NHS care plans

Older patients and health professionals have welcomed a new care plan, after a trial began in four GP practices in Hillingdon in November 2015.

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Mental health affects us all

Mental health is a priority for us in North West London. During Mental Health Awareness Week we want to highlight new services and work that is going on to support those with mental health needs.

Improved maternity care in Ealing

A review of 'The North West London maternity and neonatal service transition in July 2015', has found that changes to these services, were made safely.

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Bringing the Like Minded strategy to life

‘Drama – always a good way to illustrate problems.’

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Man Down? Stand Up! Innovation Lab Comedy Event

Laughter is one of life’s greatest remedies and this was certainly the case for ‘Man Down? Stand Up!’ a comedy and discussion evening held last month.

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LIKE MINDED EVENT: Who cares for our carers?

What impact will the Like Minded five year strategy for mental health and wellbeing have on those who care for people with mental health needs?