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Improvements in Patient Safety by Dr Michael Holland

As a Trust we are deeply committed to improving patient safety. As part of our Aiming high: changing lives strategy, there are five quality priorities we have committed to achieving as a Trust. One of these is the reduction of violence and restrictive practice. We can help to improve patient care by reducing the use of restrictive practices to manage challenging behaviour. This includes things like restraint, seclusion and other ways patients’ choices and rights can be limited.

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Meet Sarah Strong, Peer Support Coordinator

Sarah shares her lived experience of mental health and his journey to becoming a Peer Support Coordinator.  

I have experienced anxiety for as long as I can remember and have had multiple periods of severe depression over the last twenty-five years or so spending much of that time on anti-depressants to help manage the worse phases of illness.

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Meet Tiru, Peer Support Coordinator

Peer support workers support service users and their families by using their lived experience of mental health issues. They work in a recovery-focused way, emphasising connectedness, hope, identity, and empowerment. Peer workers share their lived experience to inspire hope that recovery is possible. Tiru, shares his lived experience of mental health and his journey to becoming a Peer Support Coordinator.  

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South London Listens Be Well hubs: Faiza's experience as a mental health champion

Faiza Mulbocus

South London Listens’ Be Well hubs initiative is about getting people connected to each other and to the right services. This means strengthening both the relationships in existing community institutions themselves – whether it is in a school, place of worship, or simply somewhere people gather – as well as the relationship between these places and their local statutory health services and local government.  

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