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Are you an RGN looking to gain experience working in primary care?

We are seeking Registered General Nurses to join our bank staff working at HMP Lewes.

Have your say on our Older People's and Dementia Services!

Sussex Partnership is currently undertaking a review of its Older People’s Mental Health and Dementia Services to establish what is working well and where we can improve. This is a key part of the Trust’s Clinical Strategy. We are keen to hear views and experiences from all colleagues who work in and commission these services - including community, crisis and in-patient services.

Beat carer volunteer training

Our family eating disorders service has partnered with Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity, and we're looking for six expert carer volunteers (volunteers with an experience of caring for someone with an eating disorder) to come forward and be trained to run workshops for parents and carers.

Dementia Friends Open Meeting - 22 August 2017

Join the Worthing Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) to help make Worthing a dementia friendly community. You are invited to their open meeting on Tuesday 22 August 2017 at Field Place Manor House, Worthing.

Live Well Event, Worthing

South Downs Leisure are running a 'Live Well' event on Wednesday 16 August 2017, for people aged 50+, their carers and those living with dementia.

Sussex Partnership continues to be one of the most research active mental health trusts in England

It has been announced that Sussex Partnership has been rated as second for the number of participants recruited to studies in a mental health trust, and sixth for the number of studies that are on offer.

The National Institute of Health Research has announced that Sussex Partnership is in the top 10 mental mental health trusts for both the number of studies and number of participants. 

Mental health trust seeks Shining Stars

Every year Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust hosts Positive Practice staff awards to celebrate success and highlight innovation in mental health care. It’s also a way to say “thank you” to staff that have gone the extra mile in delivering exceptional care.

Cycle 145 - Hampshire mental health services cycle again to raise awareness of mental illness and youth suicide this summer

Hampshire Child and Adolescent mental health staff (CAMHS) are aiming to cycle 145 miles this summer; one mile for every young life ended by suicide each year. They aim to raise awareness of this important issue, encouraging compassion and an understanding of the value of having good emotional health.

Sussex Partnership Chair steps down from role

Caroline Armitage is stepping down from her role as Chair of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, a position she has held since April 2015.

New mental health research published today

People with mental health problems in Sussex and East Surrey live up to 20 years less than the general population according to new research published today.