Projects and New Activities
Self Help Nottingham has a number of projects and new activities which help to support and promote self help and self help groups.
Shared Decision Making and Self Care - Webex
Mat Rawsthorne, Development Consultant at Self Help Nottingham, is giving a Webex presentation on Shared Decision Making and Self Care on 6 November 2012, 2.00pm-3.00pm. See more on our Webex page.
Compendium of Information
The Department of Health has published the third edition of the Long Term Conditions (LTC) Compendium of Information. Self Help Nottingham is featured within this as an example of local achievement that can be replicated else where. See more on our Compendium of Information page.
Social Enterprise Award
Self Help Nottingham has been named Social Enterprise of the Year 2011 by Nottingham City Council. See more on our Social Enterprise Award page.
The Intranet Directory
The Intranet Directory of Self Help Groups is now available to NHS staff in most primary care, acute and mental health trusts, in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. The digital Directory offers staff and patients direct access to up to date information on over 200 local groups. See more on our Intranet page.
The ESTEEM Project
'Effective Support for Self Help / Mutual aid groups - ESTEEM', is a three year self help groups research project. Funded by the Big Lottery Fund, this project is a collaboration between Self Help Nottingham, Nottingham University and Anglia Ruskin University. See more on our Research page.
The Recovery Network, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire
The Recovery Network is a Self Help Nottingham project, dedicated to the development of self help groups for people affected by alcohol and drugs. The Network also works in partnership with professionals, organisations and services to raise awareness of, and collaboration with, self help groups. See more on our Recovery Network page.
The Toolkit Project
Funded by the Department of Health, Self Help Nottingham is creating a guide called The Toolkit, to help five pilot areas in the West Midlands to improve access to local self help groups. See more on our Toolkit Project page.
Page updated: 25 September 2012