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Professor Paul Fletcher
Hellblade: CPFT supported PC game about psychosis up for a host of BAFTAs

An innovative computer game which gives an insight into experiences of psychosis and which was supported by CPFT has received nine British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) nominations in its Games Awards.

23 March 2018
Prof Peter Jones
National review highlights CPFT mental health research studies

A new review of recent research into severe mental illness (SMI) highlights several psychosis studies undertaken by experts at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust.

20 March 2018
Ely NT team and Waitrose edit
Basket of delights for CPFT staff in Ely

Supermarket donation will boost wellbeing of Trust team 

14 March 2018
Art exhibition opening Kim Iyemere Emily Maguire Damian Hebron Addenbrookes edit
Artwork of eating disorder patients goes on display

Service-users have worked with Trust's art therapy team 

07 March 2018
New support for carers of adults with mental health challenges
New support for carers of adults with mental health challenges

A new email address has launched to provide greater support for people caring for adults with mental health challenges. The new email contact gives family members and carers a direct contact for any questions or concerns they may have. 

If you are a family member or carer for someone receiving adult mental health services, you can get in touch directly by emailing:

05 March 2018
Emily and Kimberley
Art by CPFT patients opened by acclaimed sing-songwriter

An exhibition of artwork by CPFT patients being treated for eating disorders at the S3 Ward at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, has been opened. 

02 March 2018
Dr Paul Wilkinson
CPFT psychiatrist wins University of Cambridge teaching award

CPFT psychiatrist Dr Paul Wilkinson has won a University of Cambridge teaching award

27 February 2018
Dr Rudolf Cardinal podcast
Cambridge research shows that age and brain damage affects awareness of why we act the way we do

New research by experts at CPFT and University of Cambridge shows that people can react to changes in the consequences of their actions without being aware of the changes and this gets worse as we get older or if there has damage to the brain’s prefrontal cortex.

23 February 2018
Developing a sustainable mental health system
CPFT's sustainable mental event attracts nation's experts

The 'Developing a sustainable mental health system' conference showcased CPFT's innovative work in integrating mental and physical health and attracted many well-known national experts to share their knowledge with delegates from across the country. 

23 February 2018
S3 art display
Art by eating disorder patients on display

Art by S3 patients to go on display
Art by patients on S3 ward will be on display in the main gallery of Addenbrooke's Hospital from Wednesday, 21 February until 9 April 2018.


23 February 2018
Denbigh garden edit
Digging your scene - ward gardens set for grand opening

Charity and local business combine to boost patients

20 February 2018
Keep Your Head
New one stop shop mental health website launched

Adults in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough now have access to a mental health support website

20 February 2018
New NEDS Brian and Geoff
Two non-exec directors appointed as CPFT strengthens board

Former Porsche boss and HR expert join top team

19 February 2018
Dr Rudolf Cardinal
AI and VR - CPFT experts share vision of healthcare in podcasts

Artificial intelligence, virtual reality and personalised medicine could help in the diagnosis and treatment of dementia and schizophrenia and other diseases in the future, according to the unique insights of clinicians at CPFT in the Trust’s first ever series of podcasts launched today.

15 February 2018
Dr Alison Jenaway
CPFT psychiatrist made Chair of therapy charity

Dr Alison Jenaway, consultant psychiatrist in medical psychotherapy has been elected Chair of the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy.

31 January 2018

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