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December 2016

Nurse recruitment open day


Our pioneering mental health service for older people - who put patients' physical health needs on a par with their mental health needs - are having a recruitment open day on Wednesday January 11, 2017.

Tackling loneliness - in the classroom


A free one-day course to help people tackle loneliness is one of the new additions to Leicestershire Recovery College’s 2017 Spring curriculum, which launches on 3 January

RHS scheme's 'outstanding' rating for community nursery


A Leicester community nursery run by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust to support people with their mental health has been rated ‘outstanding’ by the Royal Horticultural Society through its East Midlands in Bloom competition.

Giving the gift of emotional resilience


LPT is delighted to be working with local social enterprise, Worth-It, to deliver a programme of emotional wellbeing work across schools in Leicester and Leicestershire.

Christmas comes early at the Family Nurse Partnership


Christmas was being celebrated early at Eyres Monsell Children’s Centre in Leicester on Tuesday with a special event to bring together young mums from the Family Nurse Partnership programme and their babies for some festive food and fun.

Jingle on the wards! Band's festive gigs


One of Leicester’s top bands is spreading Christmas cheer with a series of festive ‘gigs’ on mental health wards in Leicester. Refuge – lead singer Pete Hirst and fellow band members Phil Seaman and Sam Munton - have performed on Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust’s wards for adults and older people since 2014.This month the band has added a contemporary touch to Christmas favourites. And healthcare staff have been turning backing singers to help them entertain patients.

November 2016

Come to our jobs event!


We are holding a careers fair at the leicester tigers' ground on Tuesday 06 December 2016. More than 700 attended the last one.

LPT donates redundant hospital beds to overseas healthcare workers


We have donated 30 of our redundant hospital beds to health workers abroad, thanks to National Police Aid Convoys. We have upgraded to electric beds, but our old hydraulic ones are prized in places where electricity is scarce.

Ukulele ladies go on tour to boost wellbeing


A group of ukulele-playing women who have been strumming and singing their way to wellbeing are taking their creativity on tour across Leicester and Leicestershire

The LookALady Ukulele (LALU) project is a music and lyrics-based based group, delivered by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) with Peepul Enterprise in Leicester and partnered by a range of local and national organisations.

Learning disability team wins top national award


A team from Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) has been named the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Psychiatric Team of the Year (for Learning Disability) ,

Trust to unveil new £4.5m Huntington's Disease facilities


New purpose-built facilities for the specialist care of people with Huntington’s Disease will be unveiled by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) on 16 November.

Celebrating an active summer for primary school kids


We are excited to celebrate the success of the winning school in our Move it Boom summer activity campaign for children along with our local sport partners

CQC inspection 14-19 November 2016


Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust welcomes the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection of our services on the week beginning 14 November 2016. This follows their first trust-wide inspection in March 2015. Read more about the improvements we have made.

LPT retains 0-19 services in Leicestershire and Rutland


LPT is delighted to announce that, following a competitive tender process, it has secured the contract to continue delivering the Healthy Child Programme in Leicestershire and Rutland from April 2017.

October 2016

LPT develops phone/tablet app for people with young onset dementia


We have developed a phone tablet app for people with young onset dementia. It is packed with advice, information and inspiration, including video of Alex Preston who has the condition and is pursuing a musical career. 

LPT wins 3 prestigious national healthcare workforce awards


Leicestershire Partnership Trust (LPT) has won three awards at this year’s prestigious Allocate Awards 2016: National Project Team of the Year; Regional Project Team of the Year; and the Staff Engagement award. The Trust also was highly commended for the award for Bringing the Patient to the Centre of Workforce Planning and Delivery.

Learning disability health team in line for national award


A team from Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) has been shortlisted for the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ prestigious Psychiatric Team of the Year (for Learning Disability) award. The Trust’s learning disability service, which provides community and inpatient healthcare services, will hear on 8 November if it has clinched the national award, which recognises innovation and improvements to psychiatric services for people with learning disabilities

Terry tackles first half marathon as thanks for mum's wellbeing

17 October 2016

A Leicester driver is swapping his wheels for running shoes and attempting his first half marathon on Sunday – to support the NHS service that ‘changed my mum’s life.’ Courier firm driver Terry Holland, 35, is taking part in the Leicester Half Marathon in a bid to raise £2,000 for Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust’s Mett Centre

Trust acts to reduce 4,100 missed appointments


Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) is taking action to reduce the number of missed outpatient appoinments in its adult mental health community services – currently more than 4,100 ayear.

Thousands of local primary school children to be protected against flu


LPT's community immunisations team launches its annual nasal flu vaccination programme in local primary schools from 24 October.

Volunteers needed for major study to help parents cope with persistently crying babies


LPT is working with researchers at De Montfort University who are exploring strategies to support parents whose babies cry excessively. The research team is looking to recruit additional volunteers to participate in the next phase of the study.

RUOK? back at Leicester railway station this Thursday


Volunteers from health, police, public and third sector organisations will be back on Leicester railway station throughout Thursday 13 October to ask commuters: “Areyou OK”

Positive mental health campaign being launched with poetic flashmobs


Leicestershire Partnership Trust (LPT) is celebrating positive mental health and wellbeing by co-launching an innovative competition, ahead of World Mental Health day (10 October 2016), aimed at everyone across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. The project will launch on Friday 7 October with a musical flashmob at Leicester train station and flashmobs across the Trust buildings, to raise awareness of the competition and encourage submissions.


LPT co-hosts conference on inter-agency collaboration to improve personality disorder care


Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust (LPT) has co-hosted a conference to look at how agencies could work better together to improve care in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland for people with personality disorders.

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