More information about mind and body healthcare at King's Health Partners.


Mindbody overlap

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4 pg coverJoining up mental and physical health: an introduction to mind and body healthcare.

Four page leaftlet outlining the need for change, what we can do and how we can do it.

Physical health wellbeing handbook for service users and carers

A guide from South London and Maudsley to looking SLAM physical health guide coverafter physical wellbeing in hospital and at home (content currently under review).



Fiona Squire on the difference IMPARTS has made to her life (full version)

Fiona Squire on the difference IMPARTS has made to her life 



King's Health Partners have a range of elearning opportunites for staff.

A selection of courses including: Introduction to Anxiety, Alcohol and Physical and Mental Health and Depression in Diabetes is available.

Mind and body elearning

Mind and Body Healthcare: Addressing mental and physical health needs is an interactive 30-minute 
tutorial on how mental and physical health interact. It includes patient jouneys and multiple choice quizes.

Barbara's Story is an award-winning set of short films showing the challenges a fictional patient with dementia faces in hospital and community health care settings.

It was developed by Dame Eileen Sills, Chief Nurse at Guy's & St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust to help all staff recognise and support people with dementia. King's Health Partners staff members can access the short films and leanring notes on the King's Health Partners Learning Hub.


Patient informationStaff and patient

The patient information section of this site hosts a range of self-help materials, created by the IMPARTS team, tailored to specific physical health conditions. 

If you are resident in Southwark the Southwark Wellbeing Hub provides information and support to anyone who is worried about their wellbeing, or that of someone close to them.

If you are a resident in Lambeth the Living Well Network provides information and a point of contact for people in the borough to access mental health services.



Slides from our first ever King’s Health Partners Mind and Body conference for frontline staff. The conference was held on 11 April 2016.


Reports and publications 

Mind and Body Programme Engagement Report, January 2017