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Careers at GMMH

Our people enjoy their work, have opportunities to learn and develop their skills and are encouraged to generate new ideas that improve care for our service users.

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A first for Greater Manchester as dedicated support is offered to homeless people with neurological conditions

“We know of only one other mental health trust in the country who is providing this type of support, and we are incredibly proud to be paving the way in such an important area.”  ...

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GMMH selected to present at national conference in March 2024

The Pathways from Homelessness Symposium will bring together the best practice, policy, clinical and intervention work with homeless people, not just from the UK but Internationally.  Four of ...

Left side of car (left to right): Rachael Osborne, associate director for Tameside and Glossop, Pennine Care; Richard Godwin, suicide prevention co-ordinator, Network Rail; PC Geoffrey Daly-Tse, British Transport Police; Lisa Warrender, service manager, Pennine Care; Inspector Paul Hevey, British Transport Police; Janet O’Toole, senior mental health clinician, Greater Manchester Mental Health; Inspector Peter Wilcock, British Transport Police; Danielle Stephenson, senior mental health practitioner, Pennine Care; Gary Jones, regional group crime and suicide prevention manager, Network Rail.
Next stop – better crisis mental health support

Specialist police officers, railway colleagues and mental health professionals have joined forces to improve support for people experiencing a mental health crisis....

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Research & Innovation celebrates Mental Health Nurses in Research!

On the sixth annual Mental Health Nurses Day, Research & Innovation is celebrating the essential role that mental health nurses play – both in our Trust and in our department! &nbs...

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Mental Health Nurses’ Day 2024

Wednesday 21 February 2024 marks the sixth annual Mental Health Nurses’ Day. Founded by mental health nurses from across the UK, the purpose of the day is to celebrate the work of mental heal...

The number of people catching measles is rising in Greater Manchester

Measles is a very infectious disease - just a cough or sneeze can spread the virus to other people. It spreads easily and quickly among those who are not vaccinated, especially in nurseries and school...

Join us at the CONNECT webinar on 11 March!

Research & Innovation at Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) is delighted to share the launch event for the CONNECT digital study on Monday 11 March at 12 noon. ...

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Strike action taking place in February

The British Medical Association (BMA) has announced that junior doctors will take part in strike action from 7am on Saturday 24 February to 11.59pm on Wednesday 28 February 2024.  ...

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Introducing our Equity Diversity and Inclusion Champions

As a part of our Improvement Plan, GMMH (Greater Manchester Mental Health) Trust has rolled out a training programme available to staff called The Equity Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Champions Progra...

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Recovery Pathways launch Arts for Good Health spring programme

The Recovery Pathways service, part of Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH), is excited to announce the launch of its Arts for Good Health spring programme.  ...

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