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We will soon be carrying out a survey to find out what service users think about their care. This is part of a national programme to improve quality of care and service users’ experience.
The South London Mental Health and Community Partnership, together with our partners including local authorities and community organisations, have launched a major listening campaign to support and protect people's mental health following Covid-19.
We continue to see patients at all our sites, as well as in their homes, and have a number of measures in place to ensure our sites are Covid secure, including the wearing of face masks and coverings, deep cleaning, one-way signage and cleaning stations.
Richard was appointed as a non-executive director and Chair of the Audit Committee from 1 April 2016.
He is a Chartered Director and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and has extensive business and commercial expertise.
Richard has been Chief Financial Officer at London South Bank University since 2002 and has combined this with a wide range of non-executive roles in higher education including Governor of the University of Wales, Newport and more recently the University of South Wales. Before joining London South Bank, Richard specialised in audit and risk consulting services with Deloitte.
Juliet joined the Trust in June 2019.
A graduate of Imperial College London, Juliet was until recently a Consultancy Senior Partner with more than 30 years’ experience in over 20 FTSE100/250 organisations working across a range of industry sectors including retail, retail banking, health (NHS and private sector), membership organisations/regulators and consumer goods.
Juliet worked with Boards, senior leadership teams and steering committees to shape strategy and led or scrutinised delivery, and specialised in complex, large-scale transformational change with significant capital and revenue budgets.
Juliet is a Trustee at The Makaton Charity, which promotes the Makaton language programme to help people with learning or communication difficulties and was a Trustee for 6 years at The House of St. Barnabas in Soho, an innovative charity tackling homelessness.
Doreen McCollin is a retired adult and mental health nurse, who now devotes much of her time to charity and voluntery work.
Doreen was Director of Nursing at Partnerships in Care and CEO / COO at Vista Healthcare. She has served as Committee Member of the RCN Forensic Nursing Forum, Committee Member of the Royal College of Psychiatry Quality Network, a member of the educational board for the British Journal of Forensic Practice, and as a member of the educational board for the British Journal of Wellbeing.
Doreen’s experience lies predominantly within the forensic mental health setting where she worked for more than 20 years. Doreen has experience at management/senior management level both in the independent sector and the NHS with more than 25 years working within the public sector. She has been involved in commissioning of low secure and step down facilities to compliment medium secure provision for women, creating a clear care pathway. Doreen is a trustee on a local south London foodbank. Personal and professional interests: Fellow of the Institute of Health Service Managers, Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health, Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Managers
Qualifications. MA in Health Studies, Diploma in Management, Diploma in Management Studies, Diploma in Social Research Methodology, Registered Mental Nurse, Registered General Nurse.
Dr Charlotte Harrison took over the role of Acting Medical Director in September 2019.
Charlotte became a Consultant in Perinatal Mental Health last year following 15 years as the clinical lead for the Phoenix Unit and Wandsworth Rehabilitation and Recovery Service, which provides care and treatment for people suffering from a severe and enduring mental illness. For this work, Charlotte was an Individual Winner of the User Quality Award. Charlotte undertook her medical degree at the University of Nottingham and trained at Oxfordshire Mental Health NHS Trust as well as SWLSTG. She gained her Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Education from St George’s, University of London, in 2007 and has completed NHS Improvement’s Aspiring Medical Directors’ Programme. She has also been a trustee of mental health charity 2Care, and was recently appointed the Secondary Care Consultant for the North East London Joint Commissioning Committee.