Central North West London NHS Foundation Trust Recovery & Wellbeing College.

Central North West London NHS Foundation Trust Recovery & Wellbeing College.

Organizational Partner: Central North West London NHS Foundation Trust Recovery & Wellbeing College.

Lead: Syena Skinner Recovery & Wellbeing College manager
Preferred contact: waldoroeg@nhs.net (Peer Trainer RWC) / Recoverycollege.cnwl@nhs.net
Key Words: Resident in: UK, Working in: UK, Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/ Education,  Policy/Commissioning, Policy/Employment, Publications/CUP series, Publications/research, Research/outcomes, Services/person-centred, Services/teamwork, Services/Coproduction, Related Area(s) of Interest: Communication skills, Evidence-based practice, Ethics, Health economics, Medical humanities/art, literature, Regulation, Law, Social Inclusion; Area(s) of healthcare expertise:  Carer, Complementary medicine/mindfulness , Global health, Mental health/General, Mental health/law, Nursing, Primary care, Service user, Social care, Surgery, Well-being, Palliative care, Occupational Health.
Brief Description of Work: CNWL’s Recovery and Wellbeing College runs an educational programme to help support people in their recovery journey. Facilitating learning for people to find the tools and skills to self manage through the partnership of expert by experience and professional expertise. All aspects of the college are co-produced: including the development, delivery and evaluation of all processes and courses. The team is made up of 50% lived experience and 50% professional expertise, bringing that balance between evidenced based practice and lived experience together in a values based environment.
Read more: Read more: See Website for the CNWL Recovery and Wellbeing College: http://www.cnwl.nhs.uk/recovery-college/
See Youtube film of CNWL Recovery and Wellbeing College: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOMoohO86EE
See CNWL Website: http://www.cnwl.nhs.uk/

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