Last week we held our Virtual Quality Awards to celebrate the amazing work of our staff. Each award was announced and presented virtually by a senior leader and there was even some dancing too!
Find out the winners and highly commended from each category, plus a bit about why they were such well deserved winners.Read more
As part of our month of activities marking World Suicide Prevention Day, we spoke to Ken Day, Healthcare Assistant at EPUT, about losing his son Archie to suicide and the stigma that still surrounds men’s mental health.Read more
The Integrated Employment Support Service helps patients receiving secondary mental health care settle into paid employment.Read more
The funding from NHS Charities Together will finance new projects to support patients and staff throughout COVID-19 and beyond.Read more
The Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust kicked off flu immunisations of year 7 students in Essex this week, after extensions to the annual childhood flu immunisation programme were announced earlier this year.Read more
Earlier this week, during our first Microsoft Teams live session marking World Suicide Prevention Day, we were joined by Liz Farrell, who shared her experiences and advice after her husband took his own life. For those who missed it, here is Liz’s story.Read more
Message from Sally Morris and Paul ScottRead more
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) is proud to have received silver accreditation from the Ministry of Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).
The award formally recognises the Trust as a forces-friendly employer that supports the recruitment of ex-armed forces personnel, members of the armed forces and their partners.Read more