Welcome to the North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

We provide mental health, substance misuse and social care services and support for over 23,600 individuals and their families in north Essex.
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Our services are for people of all ages and we involve local people in the planning and delivery of services. We're committed to treating everyone with dignity and respect.

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Tea and a Chat: Understanding CAMHS and the problems children face
Chelmsford governors, along with Trust clinical staff, are holding a free public members meeting on 18 September from 2pm -4pm. It's at the Marconi Sports and Social Club, Tydemans off Beehive Lane, Chelmsford, CM2 9FH, If you're interested in coming along or would like more information, please email helene.samuel@nepft.nhs.uk

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The NEP Annual Public Meeting: Monday 22 September

Our 2014 Annual Public Meeting is at the Central Baptist Church, Chelmsford, on 22 September, 4pm - 7pm. Visit our 'Market Place' from 4pm - 5pm and take part in the Formal Meeting at 5pm onwards. Guest speaker will be representative from Public Health England. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served from 4pm - 5pm. If you'd like to attend please email helene.samuel@nepft.nhs.uk

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North Essex Personality Disorder (PD) Strategy

 A statement of ambition has been developed by our commissioners as a forerunner to a north Essex personality disorder (PD) strategy which will set out the vision and approach to mental health commissioning for PD services across north Essex up to 2017. Click here to view details.

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WARD STAFFING LEVELS
The National Quality Board, supported by Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer in England, has recently published new guidance for providers and commissioners about safe staffing. This guidance describes how a health care provider organisation should report on staffing levels on a monthly basis and at its public Board meetings and to make the right decisions about nursing, midwifery and care staffing capacity and capability.

We have published the relevant staffing reports on these pages click here and will continue to do so each month. Each of these reports provides numbers on a per ward basis for the Trust and our considered judgment whether or not they meet the safe staffing levels we aspire to have in place at all times. 

The first report under these new requirements on ward staffing levels was considered by the NEP Board on 26 May 2014. To read the Safe Staffing Report click here and to look at the Ward Staffing levels please click here.

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World Mental Health Day:
10 October. Walk the Extra Mile for Mental Health in Central Park, Chelmsford, from 11.15am. We'd love to see you there.

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Governor Elections

Notice of Poll September 2014

 

Notice of Election July 2014

 

Statement of Candidates August 2014

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