This drop-in event, organised by Lambeth Council and NHS organisations, is a chance to have your say about how to improve local people’s health and wellbeing.
Date: 25 Jun 2015 – 14:00 to 19:00 Location: Lambeth Town Hall
The Council and its partners want to know if Lambeth’s health and wellbeing strategy is focusing on the right issues:
What do you think the priorities should be?
- What are the main challenges?
- How can we all work together to improve health and wellbeing?
This event will start the work to refresh the strategy. The day includes: Information stalls Activities about health and wellbeing ,Talks and discussions ,Opportunities to get involved ,Health checks & Refreshments
For further information, contact Lambeth Council, tel: 020 7926 6397, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NHS Choices: Mindfulness ‘as good as drugs for preventing depression relapse’ “Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy may be as good as pills at stopping people relapsing after recovering from major bouts of depression,” The Guardian reports. This ‘Behind the headlines’ article examines the evidence behind this report.
ATL: Schoolchildren’s mental health at serious risk A survey by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) has discovered 50% of education professionals believe the number of children with mental health issues has risen over the last two years.
The Times: Put down phone and switch off the screen A leading child psychiatrist has urged parents to get off their phones and turn off their screens to help to protect their children’s mental health. http://www.chimat.org.uk/resource/view.aspx?RID=233059&src=MH
Youth Mental Health First Aid Training – http://healthwatchsouthwark.co.uk/events/youth-mental-health-first-aid-trainingor contact: Baker, Lorraine email@example.com
YMHFA_A4 FLYER Course
The timebanking information event at Southwark Resource Centre on Thursday 4 June, 1.30 – 3.30pm for local organisations, workers and residents. Everyone is welcome. There’ll be members from Paxton Green Time Bank on hand and refreshments. Venue: Southwark resource centre, 10 Bradenham.
Please, book your place at Suzanne@pgtimebank.org or call 0208670 0990
Are you working to prevent or reduce loneliness in your community? Can you articulate the difference you make to the lives of older people? We’re all working in an increasingly competitive funding environment, and we all need to be able to demonstrate, robustly, that we’re making a difference. Over the past year, the Campaign to End Loneliness has worked with over 50 organisations, researchers and older people to develop advice on choosing and using a scale to measure the impact of your services on loneliness. ‘They delighted to share with you a new tool and accompanying guidance’. Please, visit http://www.campaigntoendloneliness.org/campaigns/learning-network/
Maudsley Learning will host its 2nd annual conference focusing on mental health within the sports industry on 28th July 2015. Among participants will be high profile sporting bodies, coaches, medical professionals and others involved in player welfare, safeguarding and performance to discuss key issues around mental health and wellbeing in the sport industry. This event is CPD accredited for all members of the RPDPS register.
Researchers from the McPin Foundation and St George’s University will be evaluating a new National Programme of Peer support. Your views are crucial to making this research meaningful. There will be two events, open to people with direct experience of Peer support in mental health:
LONDON: 11 June, 10 – 4 pm at McPin Foundation, 32-36 Loman Street, London SE1 0EH.