Wendy Mitchell, whose best-selling memoir, ‘Somebody I used to Know’ is a Sunday Times bestseller has joined forces with East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), East Riding Council and Humber NHS Foundation Trust to support people to live well with dementia.
The Changing Face of Substance Use is the focus of the fifth annual Recovery College conference on Friday 4 October at The Courtyard in Goole, which brings together leading experts in the field of recovery from drugs and alcohol.
The Recovery College is a regional initiative between The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS), Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust, Spectrum CIC and the University of Derby. Also, this year the event is sponsored by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s children’s centres are celebrating after achieving international recognition for a baby-friendly initiative.
Centres across the East Riding, including Anlaby, Beeford, Beverley, Bridlington, Brough, Cottingham, Driffield, Hedon, Hessle, Hornsea, Howden, Goole, Market Weighton, Pocklington and Withernsea.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust’s perinatal mental health service is celebrating after being shortlisted for a prestigious British Journal of Midwifery Practice Award.
The team, which supports women in Hull and East Yorkshire who have antenatal and post-natal mental health problems, is in the running for the ‘Team of the Year’ prize.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust’s East Riding Health Trainers are urging residents who are keen to improve their health and wellbeing to sign up with their service.
By offering free one-to-one support and encouraging and motivating people to set achievable goals, the Health Trainers aim to ensure small changes become long-term health changes.
Health organisations from across Hull and East Yorkshire are once again joining forces to present the biggest showcase of healthcare and innovation from across the region.
Organised by Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), East Riding of Yorkshire CCG, City Health Care Partnership CIC and Humber NHS Foundation Trust, the 2017 Hull and East Riding Health Expo will this year take place at Hull City Hall on 19 October.
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is one of only 21 CCGs in the country to be rated as an ‘outstanding’ for leadership and financial performance under NHS England’s annual assessment scores published.
The ‘outstanding’ overall rating relates to performance in 2016-17, and is recognition of the CCG’s dedication to improving health care for the people of Hull despite a challenging year.
Young people with severe or complex mental disorders will benefit from new inpatient facilities in the region, following their involvement in a major NHS England procurement process.
A 10 year contract with Humber NHS Foundation Trust will see the development of a new mental health service for young people in Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire, North and North East Lincolnshire as part of an ongoing national review of specialist Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
An NHS trust has won a contract to provide GP services at a surgery in Hull.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust will begin running primary care services at Northpoint GP practice, located within Bransholme Health Centre, from 1 April.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust is pleased to announce a free, two-day perinatal mental health conference as part of an ongoing collaboration between the University of Hull and the Trusts perinatal mental health liaison team.
The conference, which is open to health and social care professionals and those with an interest in women’s mental health, will feature a number of highly respected national and regional speakers in the field of women’s mental health, including Julie Jomeen, Professor of Midwifery and Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Hull.
An NHS Trust has improved its mental health services, independent inspectors have found.
In a new report, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) says progress at Humber NHS Foundation Trust is positive and that it has withdrawn all of its warning notices – meaning the Trust is no longer breaching requirements.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust is inviting health professionals, those working in education along with members of the public to attend the launch of a new CAMHS eating disorders service on Wednesday 1 March.
The drop-in event will run from 10.30am – 5pm at Beverley Racecourse and will provide people with an opportunity to find out more about the service along with information from a range of associated services and specialities including paediatric inpatients and dietetics. There will also be an opportunity to find out more about how to refer into the service and the chance to meet the team.
An NHS trust is to enhance its growing reputation as a centre of clinical research by holding a conference involving some of the leading experts in UK healthcare research.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust, which provides mental health, community and GP services in Hull, East Riding and Whitby, will stage the free event in May.
A leading psychiatrist is to visit Humber NHS Foundation Trust to help refine its strategy to reduce the number of people in Hull and East Riding who take their own lives.
Professor Nav Kapur, who leads the suicide work programme of the National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness, will visit Trust headquarters in Willerby.