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  1. Online training package for health professionals release first mental health module on eating disorders

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our first mental health module on eating disorders. London’s dynamic e-learning portal for acute paediatric health professionals is now in its second year, with 871 paediatric representatives registered from across all 30 acute hospital sites in London. Developed by Healthy London Partnership, in collaboration with Health Education […]

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  2. Thrive LDN awards £170,000 to inspiring community projects supporting Londoners experiencing the greatest levels of discrimination

    A new Right to Thrive grants scheme has today (Friday, 10 July 2020) awarded more than £170,000 to 24 community and grassroots projects across London to help support the mental health and wellbeing of those who are experiencing higher levels of unfair treatment and discrimination. The projects range from supporting mental health outcomes for refugees, […]

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  3. REPORT: Mental health services for looked after children and care leavers

    This report gives the findings from a survey of mental health services for Looked After Children and Care Leavers undertaken across London by the Healthy London Partnership (HLP) Children and Young People’s Programme. It provides recommendations to support service improvement and highlights areas of best practice. Looked After Children and Care Leavers are identified within […]

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  4. New NHS wellbeing webinars launched to support the mental health of Londoners and health and care workers

    A developing series of NHS-led mental wellbeing webinars has been launched to help those who are living and working in London cope with the impact of COVID-19, both for the general public and for health and care workers. The Coping Well During Covid webinar series is supporting anyone who is feeling anxious or worried about […]

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  5. Mental health in schools toolkit relaunched

    Supporting children and young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health is critical to help them achieve their potential. Since the coronavirus outbreak, many young people feel worried, anxious or isolated during these challenging times, but there are things we can all do to help and to prevent things from becoming more serious. From […]

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  6. DigitalHealth.London Accelerator opens for applications

    Digital products and services are currently providing vital innovation, support and capacity to the NHS during the response to COVID-19.  DigitalHealth.London opens applications to their flagship Accelerator programme for the next generation of digital health companies to transform health and care. Now in its fifth consecutive year, the NHS delivered programme, funded in part by […]

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  7. Checking in: Voices of young people during lockdown

    Healthy London Partnership, Partnership for Young London, and Tik Tok have been collaborating on a project to run a bi-weekly listening project with young people aged 14-24 in and around London to better understand their experience of Covid-19. This report is part of an ongoing research programme into how young people are getting on during […]

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  8. New eating disorders guidelines launched for educational professionals

    To coincide with Eating Disorders Awareness Week (2-8 March 2020), Healthy London Partnership, has launched guidelines – in partnership with Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity – for educational professionals about helping children and young people with eating disorders to seek treatment. These guidelines are being dispatched to schools and colleges across London to increase […]

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  9. Guidelines for primary care professionals on referring children and young people with eating disorders endorsed

    In partnership with Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity, we have produced guidelines for primary care professionals about treating children and young people with eating disorders. Eating disorders are serious mental health conditions. There are many common eating disorders and it is vital that children and young people with eating disorders and their families and […]

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