Joanna Cannon, international best-selling author of The Trouble with Goats and Sheep and Three Things About Elsie has pledged her support to Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s Arts for Health programme, particularly a popular reading for wellbeing scheme which supports patients from across the Trust.
Stafford Borough Mayor and Mayoress, Councillor Ray Barron and Councillor Mrs Jenny Barron were among over 400 people who attended Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s Festival and Annual Members’ Meeting last week.
The newly formed NHS trust, which provides physical and mental health, learning disability and adult social care services across Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent and Shropshire, has been profiled in a national report for its focus on continuous quality improvement.
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) will be giving service users and residents in Shropshire the opportunity to have their say on the adult mental health services it provides at an event next week.
After going through a period of mental health problems, when we start feeling better it may play on our mind how long these positive improvements will last. If you have been through a period of therapy, hopefully keeping up your newfound tools and techniques will help you to maintain your progress, but there are also other things you can do to help yourself stay well.
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) has been recognised for its work to create a culture where staff feel able to ‘speak up’ and raise concerns over patient safety or unsafe practice with a nomination at the health care industry’s leading awards ceremony.
People from Shropshire, Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent are invited to join Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) in celebrating the physical and mental health, learning disability and adult social care services that the Trust provides at a celebration event next week.
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