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Share your experience of our services with the CQC

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 25th January, 2018

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection team is holding focus groups for people with lived experience and carers in Exeter and in Torbay on 7 February 2018. Please come along and share your experiences of the Trust with the CQC team: Exeter Wednesday 7 February 2.30 - 3.30pm  Boardroom, Wonford House, Dryden Road, Exeter, EX2...

Mother and Baby Unit gets green light

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 22nd January, 2018

Mother and Baby Unit gets green light

Following the submission of our application a few months ago, Exeter City Council has now given planning consent for the new Mother and Baby Unit (MBU) to be built on the Wonford House site. This is great news and is an important milestone in the process.  It means we can now...

£120,000 to help diagnose dementia

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News, Research on 18th January, 2018

Research at the University of Exeter designed to help identify patients with dementia and reduce the pressure on health services has received a generous boost of £120,000 from the Halpin Trust. The research aims to help GPs make a swifter and more accurate decisions around diagnosis, meaning those who are in...

Research opportunity for Armed Forces veterans

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Research on 8th January, 2018

The University of Exeter is recruiting ex-forces personnel who were deployed to a combat zone during their career, to take part in a research study. The study will last about an hour and will take place at the University of Exeter where people will be asked to fill out questionnaires and...

BBC Radio Devon phone-in on resilience

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 2nd January, 2018

This month's mental health phone-in on BBC Radio Devon takes place this afternoon.  It is on the subject of resilience, particularly at a time of year that is often associated with low mood and difficulty in coping. In the studio with Janet Kipling this afternoon are Caroline Facer, from our Depression...

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