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North Essex Partnership: The specialist mental health NHS Trust in North Essex

Welcome to the website of North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (NEP),
the specialist mental health NHS Trust in North Essex.

We provide specialist mental health, substance misuse and social care services and support for over 17,000 individuals and their families in North Essex. Our services are for people of all ages and local people are involved in the planning and delivery of services. We are committed to treating everyone with dignity and respect.

Visit our Working With Us page for our current vacancies and our lease car offer for Band 5 and Band 6 nurses.

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Mosaics for Mental Health 13th March 2017 Finely hand-crafted mosaics created by a Trust Governor and service user are being used to brighten up meeting rooms and reception areas throughout North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (NEP). Cathy Trevaldwyn who is a retired science teacher and Trust Governor donated some of her finest works to the Trust as a way of... Read more » See all News See all News
Public Board Meeting 29th March 2017

If you’d like to come along, please email nikki.nelson@nhs.net

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Physical inactivity is a major cause of disease and disability for adults in the UK. To help combat inactivity in adults, the One You Campaign is introducing One You Active 10 where you are encouraged to increase physical activity by simply walking briskly for 10 continuous minutes or more every day. This will get your heart pumping and can make you feel better, more energetic and improve mood. Over time, it can help lower the risk of serious illnesses such as heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. Whether you’re walking to work, stepping out at lunchtime, walking to the shops or local park or taking the dog for a walk, there are lots of ways you can fit ten minutes of brisk walking into your life. You don’t have to go to the gym, wear sportswear or start expensive fitness programmes to get the benefits of an active lifestyle, walking counts too.
If you are worried about your drinking, take a look at ECC's online tool Don’t bottle it up (DBIU). It's an innovative alcohol screening, advice, intervention and referral website. You can find out if your drinking is at a risky level, make a personalised plan to reduce your drinking and find local support. Check your risk level by visiting: https://dontbottleitup.org.uk/ Some handy tips: buy your own drinks; don’t go hungry; have a lower-strength drink; Throw in some non-alcoholic drinks; Make plans for the next morning.
Our current permanent vacancies include: community nurse band 5 (check out our lease car incentive); senior clinical/counselling psychologist band 8b; clinical psychologist (stroke and dementia) band 7; senior community nurse band 6; occupational therapist band 6; clinical psychologist (specialist dementia) band 7; locum consultant psychiatrist; clinical manager/modern matron band 8a; inpatient staff nurse band 5; independent non-medical prescriber band 7; employer engagement manager band 5; charge nurse band 6 (CAMHS); associate practitioner band 4; family and systemic psychotherapist band 7/8a; senior social worker; senior physiotherapist band 5/6; principal clinical/counselling/counselling psychologist or psychotherapist band 8b. For all our vacancies, both permanent and fixed term, visit our Working With Us page. We hope you join us to help make a difference.
Visit the One You campaign to find out more about making changes to improve your health across seven key behaviours. We are proud to promote this campaign as we understand the importance of physical and mental well-being. There's an online quiz for a quick self assessment. The seven key behaviours are: moving more, quitting smoking, drinking less, eating well, checking yourself, reducing stress and sleeping better.
The North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Charitable Funds - 1053509 - is a registered charity supporting the work of the Trust, helping its patients and their families during their time in the Trust's services. Our staff organise a wide range of fundraising activities to raise money for various projects. Donate to NEP and help our patients enjoy their stay with us.
This website provides young people information on health and well being, sexual health, relationships and mental health.