Director’s Blog I have often been asked to write about our day to day experiences of coproduction in practice, but have never managed to get around to doing it…until now. As any of us who work in frontline organisations or organisations that are involved in any environments that are shifting and changing will know, we
WCEN News, Events & Blogs
Latest news on WCEN projects, events in the community, current news and blogs from WCEN workers and those in our Network.
Citizens Advice Wandsworth and WCEN will be holding our Advice and Advocacy Project Network Meeting on 6th December 1:45-5pm where we will be looking at issues communities face and about the training programme for community groups in delivering advice Please do not hesitate to contact us if you want more information on this project
Expert Patients Programme with yoga, self management and certification
Last year WCEN ran CVD (Cardiovascular Diseases) workshops at Mushkill Aasaan with South Asian Women and at Shaftesbury Centre with ASWAC (Association for Somali Women and Children) and Elays focusing on Healthy Cooking and Eating, and with New Testament Assembly Church focusing on Black Men and Exercise We are holding a revision meeting with NHW
The Muslim Network for Family Therapy meeting for their Year 2 programme at Springlfield Hospital 9:30 to 16:30 on 9th November
Ruth’s Blog So I’m back at WCEN. For a third time! I have previously worked as Executive Assistant whilst in my gap year before I went to Exeter University to get a 1st Class BA (Hons) in Theology and then again as a Developemtn Officer upon my return to Roehampton. I then spent 3 years
EPP (Expert Patients Programme) Reunion with Elays network and Mushkil Aasaan.
We held our 8th BME Mental Health Conference on Thursday 27th October at New Testament Assembly Tooting. We would like to thank everyone for coming along and contributing. We heard from David Bradley, Chief Executive of the local Mental Health Trust, on the system change processes being enabled by his organisation; Dr. Frank Keating on
Healing Our Broken Village: Social factors that affect mental health Our 8th Black Mental Health Conference and Black History Exhibition 27th October 2016 The focus this year is on raising issues of social and interpersonal dynamics that are often overlooked yet have an impact on the health and wellbeing of ‘black’ people in Britain. Guest
Malik Gul of WCEN appears on London Live to take part in a discussion about social issues many face