We are Transformation Partners in Health and Care (TPHC), a team of experts working at the heart of the public sector. Whether it’s delivering specialist consultancy to NHS colleagues across England, working with partners to make London the world’s healthiest city, or using automation and technology to improve productivity, your role with TPHC will have […]
Laura King, Senior Children & Young People’s Asthma Practitioner for North-East London blogs about the risks of using asthma inhalers without an asthma diagnosis.
I don’t have any symptoms; do I still need to complete the bowel cancer screening Kit? Even if you don’t have any symptoms of bowel cancer; you should still complete the home testing kit when you receive it in the post. Bowel cancer screening can identify bowel cancer at an early stage, when it is […]
Episode 3 – Milli and Mark RichardsMy journey with Postpartum depression – from recognition to treatment Listen to the podcast here: Podcast transcript The perinatal mental health team at Transformation Partners in Health and Care have created a series of podcasts that focus on perinatal mental health. The perinatal period is usually defined as the […]
Episode 2 – Honey Attridge Sharing experience of birth trauma and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Listen to the podcast here: Podcast transcript The perinatal mental health team at Transformation Partners in Health and Care have created a series of podcasts that focus on perinatal mental health. The perinatal period is usually defined as the […]
Episode 1 – Laura BridleThe role of specialist midwives and getting the right perinatal mental health support Listen to the podcast here: Podcast transcript The perinatal mental health team at Transformation Partners in Health and Care (TPHC) have created a series of podcasts that focus on perinatal mental health. The perinatal period is usually defined […]
Blog written by GP and clinical lead of the children and young people’s mental health workstream at TPHC, Louise Miller to raise awareness of disordered eating,.
In this blog for Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2023, a group of young people share their experiences of seeking help and support to improve their mental health.
Eating Disorders Awareness Week takes place from 27 February to 5 March – a time to raise awareness of eating disorders and disordered eating in the UK. We spoke to Emily,* a young woman living with an eating disorder, to discuss her experiences and provide guidance for others. Emily has been managing an eating disorder […]
Transformation Partners in Health and Care and London’s three Children and Young People’s Mental Health Inpatient Provider Collaboratives have been working with Beat, the UK’s Eating Disorder charity, to ensure that parents and carers have access to high-quality support so they can best support their loved ones. Beat offer a range of free support for […]
I want to share my truths, as well as the struggles I faced with my mental health as a young mum and how I created MumStyleLDN, which without me realising it at the time, was my first step to healing. I aim to be as open as possible; to spread awareness and shine a light on […]
I want to share my experiences, as both a member of the public and as a professional within maternity services. My experiences extend across nearly 3 decades. Realising I was 22 weeks pregnant was a shock. I was 22 and had just returned from Glastonbury Festival. I had been a vegan and restricted my food […]
Robert Adoo Kissi-Debrah shares his experiences of living with asthma as a young person and how he has learnt to manage the condition. Robert also draws on the work of The Ella Roberta Foundation, founded by his mother, Rosamund, which raises awareness about asthma and campaigns to improve air quality for everyone, everywhere.
For #AskAboutAsthma 2022, Olivia Fulton reflects on her asthma journey as a young person and the transition to managing her asthma independently.
Learn how OneNorwich Practices took action to tackle health inequalities through their asthma clinics in schools project which set out to help families in deprived areas to attend their annual asthma reviews and take control of their asthma management.
Janet Janet Murungi, 56, from Hackney, north London, waited a few days after receiving her NHS bowel cancer screening kit in the post before she used it. As Chair of the Community African Network and a volunteer at her local GP surgery, Janet leads a busy life. “Then I reminded myself, good health is wealth, […]
Contributed by Dr Dominique Thompson Names have been changed to maintain confidentiality. The ripple effect of eating disorders is extensive and toxic. These pernicious and devastating conditions not only have the highest mortality rate of any mental health disorder but also have an exceptional ability to disrupt the lives of the people who love […]
Words and artwork contributed by Anny, Lived Experience Practitioner with the Healthy London Partnership Adult Eating Disorder Programme A year since going public with my blog, I regularly find myself offering a disclaimer: what I say doesn’t represent the experience or feelings of every Black woman with an eating disorder in the UK. I […]
23 September 2021 What a year! My continuing journey to transform asthma services in London for children and young people By Sara Nelson RGN, BSc (Hons), MSc, Queens Nurse, Programme Lead, Children and Young People’s Transformation Programme NHS England (London Region) @SaranelsonRGN They say that time flies when you are having fun, but I really […]
More than 250,000 Londoners have accessed suicide prevention training since the launch of a citywide campaign two years ago by the Mayor of London. In September 2019, to mark World Suicide Prevention Day, a citywide Zero Suicide London campaign was launched by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, to encourage Londoners to access free, online […]