For details of an upcoming conference at University of Birmingham, with a keynote address by Professor Femi Oyebode on ‘Madness at the Theatre: Plays and Inner Life’ please follow the links below. The conference will “….seek to explore productive interactions between narrative and mental health both historically and in the present day. Bringing together psychologists, psychiatrists, philosophers, […]
Are you preparing for revalidation or updating your cpd? Are you keeping up to date with current research? Are you just looking to find some time to relax? Are you beach-book ready? Whether you would like to find more time for CPD or just need to find some time for yourself, the Summer Reading Challenge […]
Members of the library team along with our Public and Patient Involvement lead set up a stand at our local public library in Kings Heath on Friday, 06 October 2017. We focused on raising awareness of the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing‘ approach, which research tells us can help us feel mentally healthy, and also had […]
Whether you would like to find more time for CPD or just need to find some time for yourself, this year the Summer Reading Challenge is all about achieving your personal goal. The challenge You need to read 6 items your choice – from journal articles to poems, plays, websites and books (e-books, newspapers and magazines are included) and then provide […]
The library team have been working alongside a group of enthusiasts who have been looking at ways that BSMHFT can support staff with dyslexia. An event is being held at the Uffculme Centre on Tuesday, 18th October to share the ideas discussed so far and progress made. The event is suitable for people with dyslexia and […]
BSMHFT Library staff and representatives from the See Me team will be at Kings Heath Library for World Mental Health Day on 10th October to help raise awareness and share information with visitors and members of the public. Kings Heath Library is a busy site, with sometimes over 600 people coming through its doors each […]
A recent review of literature commissioned by the Reading Agency The impact of reading for pleasure and empowerment found that it can bring a range of benefits to individuals and society. So why not take a break with a book and come along to the Barberry Book Club, a new informal reading group for BSMHFT […]
Have you completed your 2016 Reading Challenge yet? The deadline is fast approaching – please get your completed diaries to the library service before 28 June 2016.