mental health trust


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mental health trust

A UK regional NHS trust with managerial infrastructure that provides services for people with mental health problems which cannot be provided by their GPs and require specialised care. Services range from psychological or talk therapy to highly specialised care for people with severe mental health problems—as required by 0.2% of the general population, for severe anxiety, psychosis and other mental health issues—that may be provided in hospital or in the community.
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The programme, led by local mental health trust Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP), is training sixth-form students to deliver educational sessions about mental health awareness to Year 9 classes.
Teesside's mental health trust TEWV will also host a stall in Middlehaven Police Station.
ALLEGATIONS that a patient murdered his wife, confidential details being dumped in a skip and staff held hostage are among a record number of serious incidents being investigated by a mental health trust in the North East.
CARE and support Minister Norman Lamb is expected to ask a North East mental health trust for an explanation as to why it is using the highest number of "face-down" physical restraints on patients.
A MENTAL health trust has been given an award for its work teaching medical students.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority offered 11,487 acres for lease near Chickaloon for coal exploration and development.
The mental health Trust has introduced a reading programme at Ashworth hospital to help patients.
Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust had 16 deaths and 1,692 incidents, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust six deaths and 62 incidents.
Derbyshire Mental Health Trust said it would review the findings.
The organs stored at St Bernard's Hospital, west London, are being used for variant CJD research, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham Mental Health Trust said.
She is employed by Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust and works at National Deaf Mental Health Service.
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust (BSMHT) was the biggest spender in the region, forking out around PS380,000 for cabs from 2014 to 2015.

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