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Mervelee Advocacy

Dear participant,

You are receiving this email because you have participated in the RADAR-CNS project.

We are incredibly grateful for the time and energy you have given to the project to help us gain valuable insight into the potential use of wearables and smartphones to monitor and manage depression, epilepsy and MS.

The project has now officially come to an end and to mark this we have produced a final newsletter for the participants. Within this you will find articles on the work of our Patient Advisory Board, blogs and interviews with project members and an update on most recent research findings.

We hope you enjoy reading the newsletter and thank you for being part of RADAR-CNS.

Best wishes,

Faith, Alina, Carolin, Katie and the wider RADAR team

https://www.radar-cns.org/

Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience

King’s College London

East Wing, Department of Psychological Medicine

16 De Crespigny Park, London, SE5…

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Dear participant,

You are receiving this email because you have participated in the RADAR-CNS project.

We are incredibly grateful for the time and energy you have given to the project to help us gain valuable insight into the potential use of wearables and smartphones to monitor and manage depression, epilepsy and MS.  

The project has now officially come to an end and to mark this we have produced a final newsletter for the participants. Within this you will find articles on the work of our Patient Advisory Board, blogs and interviews with project members and an update on most recent research findings.

We hope you enjoy reading the newsletter and thank you for being part of RADAR-CNS.

Best wishes,

Faith, Alina, Carolin, Katie and the wider RADAR team

https://www.radar-cns.org/

Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience

King’s College London

East Wing, Department of Psychological Medicine

16 De Crespigny Park, London, SE5 8AB

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Fight4justice

Dear participant,

You are receiving this email because you have participated in the RADAR-CNS project.

We are incredibly grateful for the time and energy you have given to the project to help us gain valuable insight into the potential use of wearables and smartphones to monitor and manage depression, epilepsy and MS.

The project has now officially come to an end and to mark this we have produced a final newsletter for the participants. Within this you will find articles on the work of our Patient Advisory Board, blogs and interviews with project members and an update on most recent research findings.

We hope you enjoy reading the newsletter and thank you for being part of RADAR-CNS.

Best wishes,

Faith, Alina, Carolin, Katie and the wider RADAR team

https://www.radar-cns.org/

Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience

King’s College London

East Wing, Department of Psychological Medicine

16 De Crespigny Park, London, SE5…

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Mervelee Advocacy

I will be reviewing this for your benefit
https://youtu.be/SxNgFBUWC_w

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: Singh, Anisa
Sent: 05 April 2022 16:33
Subject: Join South London and Maudsley’s – Strategy event Tues 26 April 6-8pm

Invitation to join us at:
Aiming High: Changing Lives – Strategy Even
Six months on: What we have done and what comes next

Following over 1,700 interactions with staff, service users, carers, partners, families and community organisations – we launched our new Trust strategy ‘Aiming High; Changing Lives, 2021-2026’.

We made a commitment to hold regular six-monthly events led by the Chair and Chief Executive, this is to continue talking and acting on how we are making progress to achieve our five Strategic Ambitions:

  1. Building a culture of trust together
  2. Outstanding mental health care
  3. A catalyst for change
  4. Partner in prevention
  5. Towards an effective and sustainable organisation

At this first event we will:

  1. Share progress…

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Without Prejudice Kings NHS Is Responsible For Discrimination After Death Of Brother That Set Precedent HMCTS CPS CJS Think They Get Away With Oppressive Control With ERT Criminal Record


I will be reviewing this for your benefit
https://youtu.be/SxNgFBUWC_w

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: Singh, Anisa
Sent: 05 April 2022 16:33
Subject: Join South London and Maudsley’s – Strategy event Tues 26 April 6-8pm

Invitation to join us at:
Aiming High: Changing Lives – Strategy Even
Six months on: What we have done and what comes next

Following over 1,700 interactions with staff, service users, carers, partners, families and community organisations – we launched our new Trust strategy ‘Aiming High; Changing Lives, 2021-2026’.

We made a commitment to hold regular six-monthly events led by the Chair and Chief Executive, this is to continue talking and acting on how we are making progress to achieve our five Strategic Ambitions:

  1. Building a culture of trust together
  2. Outstanding mental health care
  3. A catalyst for change
  4. Partner in prevention
  5. Towards an effective and sustainable organisation

At this first event we will:

  1. Share progress on the strategy since its launch in September 2021
  2. Continue to co-produce the qualitative (personal experience) measures for the Trust Strategy, to monitor its success
  3. Share ways to get involved in reviewing and setting Trust priorities for 2023-2024
  4. Have a question and answer session on the strategy with our panel

Date: Tuesday 26 April 2022
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Location: Online via Microsoft Teams
Register: via Eventbrite here
Once registered, the event link will be emailed to you.

Do share this information through your networks and we look forward to welcoming you on the day!

HelpShapeOurStrategy #PartnershipEvents

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Best wishes,

Anisa Singh
Engagement Support Officer – Planning and Equality Team
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Trust Headquarters | Maudsley Hospital | Denmark Hill | London | SE5 8AZ
Mobile: 07712390747

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust provides the widest range of NHS mental health services in the UK. We work closely with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. We are supported by Maudsley Charity. We are part of King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre.

Whilst it suits me to email now, I do not expect a response or action outside of your own usual working hours

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Mervelee Advocacy

I will be reviewing this for your benefit
https://youtu.be/SxNgFBUWC_w

Sent from Mail for Windows

From: Singh, Anisa
Sent: 05 April 2022 16:33
Subject: Join South London and Maudsley’s – Strategy event Tues 26 April 6-8pm

Invitation to join us at:
Aiming High: Changing Lives – Strategy Even
Six months on: What we have done and what comes next

Following over 1,700 interactions with staff, service users, carers, partners, families and community organisations – we launched our new Trust strategy ‘Aiming High; Changing Lives, 2021-2026’.

We made a commitment to hold regular six-monthly events led by the Chair and Chief Executive, this is to continue talking and acting on how we are making progress to achieve our five Strategic Ambitions:

  1. Building a culture of trust together
  2. Outstanding mental health care
  3. A catalyst for change
  4. Partner in prevention
  5. Towards an effective and sustainable organisation

At this first event we will:

  1. Share progress…

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