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Why Sussex Partnership has teamed up with the National Numeracy Challenge

Sussex Partnership has teamed up with National Numeracy to support staff across the Trust who want to improve their everyday maths skills.

Our NHS Staff Survey results

Sam Allen, Chief Executive, reflects on Sussex Partnership's NHS Staff Survey results for 2018.

Calling all canine lovers – can your pooch help us walk, jog or run our way to raising £20,000 for NHS mental health and learning disability services?

Dog owners across Sussex are being asked to support the first ever local NHS Woof for Wards – a sponsored 5km or 10km walk, jog or run.

Read the latest edition of Partnership Matters

In this issue we look at refreshing our strategy, celebrate our Positive Practice Award winners, say goodbye and thank you to two of our Governors, welcome our new Non-Executive Directors and our Chief Nurse, Acosia Nyanin, and much more.

Sussex Partnership nurse celebrating prestigious success

A Sussex Partnership nurse has become one of only 70 nurses in the country to be given the opportunity to become a research champion and drive improvements in future care through a new £3 million training scheme.

Refreshing our strategy

Our 2020 Vision is to provide outstanding care and treatment you can be confident in. We developed our five year strategy to achieve this in 2015.

Pioneering clinic for people who hear distressing voices to extend to children and young people

Our pioneering Voices Clinic is extending its service to a pilot in child and adolescent mental heath services (CAMHS).

New website to support young people’s mental health and wellbeing launched in Sussex

Children and young people across Sussex can now get advice about mental health and wellbeing from a dedicated NHS website, which is being launched to mark Children’s Mental Health Week (4 – 10 February).

How mental health services helped me

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week and we are sharing different perspectives of those who are involved when a young person receives support from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

My experience of supporting my child through depression

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week and we are looking at the different people in a young person’s life that contribute to supporting them, their mental health and emotional wellbeing.