Local community, patients and staff came together in September 2019 for the first Meander for Mental Health Event, held at Glasgow’s Leverdale Hospital.
Stobhill ACH has opened the doors to its brand new acute mental health wards. The £10.7m purpose built wards, represent the latest in clinical thinking and design and mark the future of inpatient care in mental health facilities.
Glasgow City HSCP supports National Suicide Prevention Week, an annual week-long campaign surrounding World Suicide Prevention Day on 10 September to raise awareness of suicide and suicide prevention.
Concerns about an increase in mental health problems prompted by the pandemic has sparked calls for people to talk about their feelings more.
The Art in the Gart creative recovery programme at Gartnavel Royal Hospital has welcomed five times as many visitors as last year to the Growing Spaces sites in the hospital grounds during lockdown.
Gartnavel Royal Hospital’s Intensive Psychiatric Care Unit first to receive accreditation in Scotland
A ward at Gartnavel Royal Hospital is the first of its kind in Scotland to get accreditation by the Royal College of Psychiatrists for its care of acutely mentally ill patients.
Becoming a parent is often portrayed as a joyous time; however, for many the reality is very different with reports showing that one in five women and one in 10 men are affected by mental health problems during pregnancy and the first year after birth.
A film about the successful Meander for Mental Health 2019 event, held on 14 September 2019 is now available on Youtube.
The Partnership’s Local Area Coordination Team has been promoting Chatter ‘n’ Natter as part of the wider campaign to end loneliness across Glasgow.
The NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) Mental Health Improvement Team hosted by Glasgow City Health and Care Partnership have developed an awareness raising resource called “Healthy Minds” to support implementation of the NHSGGC Mental Health Improvement Frameworks.