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11 June 2018
At the start of Cervical Screening Awareness Week (Monday 11 – Sunday 17 June 2018), the NHS in North West London asks all women to attend their invitation to cervical screening (previously known as a smear test).
All women aged 25 to 64, who are registered with a GP are invited for cervical screening. If you are due a cervical screening you should have or will soon receive a letter through the post asking you to make an appointment for a cervical screening test. If you don’t have an invitation and are unsure if you are due for a screening you should contact your GP to find out.
The North West London CCGs are committed to working with local residents and community groups on producing our equality objectives. ‘Equality objectives’ are the goals we set to ensure that we are working in an inclusive way to meet the diverse needs of our local residents.
New accountable officer appointed for the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups
North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups is delighted to announce the new appointment of Mark Easton as Accountable Officer.
This is a new and exciting role for NW London overseeing all eight of the regions clinical commissioning groups. The appointment of a single Accountable Officer for NW London supports the organisations move towards collaborative working.
Boris Johnson MP and Nick Hurd MP praise local autism and learning disability NHS training programme shortlisted to represent North West London in 70th birthday Parliamentary Awards
L-R: Helen Cairns (Treat Me Right! Project Manager), Lorraine Jarman (Family Support Manager), John Keaveny (Learning Disability Awareness Trainer Coordinator), and May Lee (Personalisation Development Lead).
Treat Me Right! is an autism and learning disability awareness training and consultancy programme. The programme was commissioned by NHS North West London CCGs, and delivered by not-for-profit London social care provider Certitude. It has been chosen from hundreds of applicants to represent North West London in a prestigious competition to mark the NHS’s 70th birthday.
We all get stressed from time to time but talking about it can really make a difference.
This Mental Health Awareness Week (14 - 20 May) we are focusing on how NHS talking therapies services in North West London help people who may be feeling stressed or generally low.