News and views

Introduction 

Welcome to the News and Views hub. Here you will find the latest news from across Southern Health, links to our social media and blogs from our staff on key health related topics. 

To find out more or to contact the Communications Team please e-mail us

Please note we are available for enquiries from journalists and members of the media from Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.

If you would like to contact the Media and Communications Team please email: communications@southernhealth.nhs.uk  

Our inbox is constantly monitored during working hours (9am – 5pm weekdays) and we will respond to you as quickly as possible. If you need to contact the team out of hours you can call: 07017029238 
Please note: This number is only for use, between the hours of 5pm and 9am.

We ask that Journalists and members of the media contact the Media Team in the first instance and do not approach our front line staff directly.  

If you would like to film or take photos of one of our services or sites, please speak to the team first. This is to protect the privacy of our patients and staff. 

Mental health reporting
Journalists looking for information on the most appropriate ways of reporting emotional crises or mental health issues - including suicide - may like to refer to the guidelines by the Samaritans which are supported by most media organisations and professional bodies.
 

List of Pages

  • NHS worker nominated for Health Heroes Award for going the extra mile to help the elderly during the pandemic

    An NHS worker from the New Forest has been nominated for a Skills for Health award.
    Julie Kemp, a medical secretary working for Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, has been nominated in the category “Our Health Heroes Awards 2022” in recognition of her work going above and beyond throughout the pandemic.

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  • Stalking project features in forthcoming BBC1 Stacey Dooley Documentary

    Southern Health’s Multi-Agency Stalking Project is set to feature in a new two-part documentary airing on 19 and 26 January and starring TV personality, Stacey Dooley.

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  • Hampshire and Isle of Wight teams lead the way in the 12–15-year-old vaccination programme

    Hampshire and the Isle of Wight teams have recently topped the national vaccination records for successfully delivering over 51,500 first dose Covid-19 vaccinations to the 12–15-year-old age group.

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  • Over 4000 housebound patients receive the Covid 19 booster vaccine in time for Christmas

    This December, staff from Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, have been working hard, alongside local GP surgeries, to ensure that vulnerable patients, across Hampshire, are fully vaccinated by visiting them in their own homes to deliver the much-needed Covid 19 booster.

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  • Trust charity, Brighterway brings festive cheer to patients

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  • Don’t Suffer in Silence this Christmas

    Mental health crisis services are open in Hampshire throughout Christmas period

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  • Annual patient survey highlights improvements

    We have received the results of a national survey which annually benchmarks the experiences of people using our community mental health services – and the feedback is very encouraging.

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  • Charlie Dimmock and patients plant three trees to celebrate the upgrade of inpatient acute mental health wards at Parklands Hospital

    On Tuesday 23 November 2021 Charlie Dimmock, Gardening Expert and Television Presenter, along with patients and staff members, planted three trees to celebrate the completion of a number of works to upgrade the inpatient acute mental health wards, at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust’s, Parklands Hospital in Basingstoke.

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  • Trust offers vital support for people caring for loved ones with mental health illness

    We recognise the vital role that carers play in the recovery journey of people experiencing mental health illness and have developed a carer peer support programme across Hampshire’s mental health services, specifically designed with carers to offer them the support they need.

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  • Self care week 2021

    Self care is about keeping fit and healthy, understanding when you can look after yourself, when a pharmacist can help, and when to get advice from your GP practice or another healthcare professional. If you have a long-term condition, self care is about understanding that condition and how to live with it.

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