Read here updates from the programme, information about events, and hear reflections from professionals with experience in the treatment of psychosis, as well as those with lived experience of the condition.
In November 2021 we launched a monthly newsletter where we share latest updates from the programme.
- March 2022 newsletter. In this edition of the newsletter, we provide an overview of the EIP National Programme stakeholders, provide updates on the progress of pathfinder sites, upcoming events and additional resources. We are also introducing Dr. Rajeev Krishnadas, National Clinical Lead for Psychiatry for EIP.
- February 2022 newsletter. In this edition of the newsletter, we introduce the team, provide information on pathfinder sites' progress, upcoming events, and additional resources. We introduce Hamish Kidd, Engagement Project Worker in the EIP National Programme.
- January 2022 newsletter. In the first edition of the year, we share the aim and main areas of work of the EIP National Programme, updates from pathfinder sites, and information about upcoming events. We introduce Sarah Wilson, Senior Project Officer of the EIP National Programme.
- December 2021 newsletter. In this edition of the newsletter, we share updates from pathfinder sites and information about past and upcoming events. We introduce April Masson, Senior Improvement Advisor and Programme Lead of the EIP National Programme.
- November 2021 newsletter. In the first edition of the newsletter, we took the opportunity to introduce the EIP National programme and give a bit of background on the work undertaken in Phase 1, as well as outlining plans for Phase 2 of the programme. We introduce Dr Suzy Clark, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and the clinical lead for the EIP National Programme, who gives an account of the early intervention services in Esteem NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde.
- Personal Reflections
Read about the first hand experiences of people with lived experience of psychosis and staff working in mental health.
- Over 130 individuals from across Scotland share what a good early intervention for psychosis would look and feel like for them. Read the report we commissioned from Support in Mind.
- Dr Suzy Clark tells us what it’s like working in Early Intervention for psychosis in the time of Covid
- Anne Lindsay gives her honest experience of co-chairing the EIP Advisory Group
- Dr Suzy Clark on why she loves working in Early Intervention for Psychosis Services
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