Category list : Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire MH NHS Foundation Trust
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Care from peer support workers with lived experience of mental health conditions may help reduce readmission for people who have recently left acute mental health care, according to researchers.
Six nurses have been honoured at a national awards event for NHS staff from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Increasing the amount of social interaction for people with dementia in care homes to just one hour a week improves quality of life, when combined with personalised care, according to a UK study.
A new collaboration between a university and NHS trusts in Oxford has been set up to improve research and learning opportunities for nurses, midwives and students, with the aim of helping to attract additional trainees and staff to the region.
Mental health trust gets better rating from CQCSubscription
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust has seen its rating revised upwards by the Care Quality Commission from “requires improvement” to “good”, after inspectors noted it had made progress.
Treatment focused on changing the behaviour of relatives of schizophrenia patients may help those with the condition, according to a Cochrane review.
Nurses take the lead in setting up an innovative service for people with personality disorderSubscription
People with personality disorder were often seen as revolving door patients but a service has cut hospital stays, reduced medication and increased independence