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News from the North West London Collaboration of CCGs.

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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?

Welbourn review

The Welbourn review of organisation and governance for the Shaping a Healthier Future programme has now been discussed at local CCG governing body meetings across NW London.

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Dr Mohini Parmar appointed lead to deliver ambitious health, care and finance plans for North West London

Dr Mohini Parmar, Chair of Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has been appointed lead for North West London’s Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) programme.

Changes to children’s services at Ealing Hospital will support high quality seven-day services for all children in North West London

Planned changes to children’s services at Ealing Hospital will see the inpatient children’s ward close on 30 June 2016. The 24/7 Urgent Care Centre (UCC) will continue to treat children.

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Man Down? Stand Up! Innovation Lab

A one off evening of comedy and discussion around men and mental health needs Mc'd by Jack Rooke

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Great minds think alike

On Thursday 25 February, the first London-wide crisis care conference is being held to further improve mental health services through celebrating joint work across North West London.

Time to Talk

One mother who doesn’t want to keep ‘mum’ about mental health

Mental health problems affect one in four people every year, yet too often people are afraid to talk about their experiences because they fear it will affect their jobs, relationships...