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The pandemic has been the most challenging event for the NHS, and staff at every level have gone above and beyond to respond to COVID-19 in remarkable ways. Our Wall of Thanks is a token of our appreciation to not only our staff, but also our volunteers and carers whose continued work and dedication to care for loved ones should be recognised.

We also want to thank our patients and service users who have play their part in ensuring our services continue to be safe by adhering to restrictions put upon us all during these challenging times.

Thank you to the Early Intervention Psychosis Service North and South

Just wanted to say a big thank you to all the Early Intervention Psychosis (EIP) staff that work both across North Nottingham and South Nottingham. We have recognised that working during the pandemic has been very challenging for everyone, but your dedication, commitment and passion has been outstanding.

We have received some excellent feedback from carers and patients about all the outstanding work that is happening. The EIP service is still in its infancy in terms of being a stand-alone team and you have worked through the challenges of working in a service that is not fully established as well as the pandemic.

We have national standards that we have to meet and there has been a lot of pressure around the physical healthcare standard. We would like to recognise all of the hard work of our physical healthcare leads and thank them and our health improvement worker colleagues for helping us achieve this target.

Well done to everyone in EIP and our supporting community team colleagues.

Emma Robinson and Stephen Laird
EIP Managers, South and North EIP



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