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07 June 2017
Improving performance St Martins strives to gather feedback from all stakeholders and use this to drive continuous improvements. Visitors to our services are asked to fill out a short questionnaire, the results of which are analysed. An annual action plan is then drawn up and disseminated to the relevant teams. We try to engage all service users in a similar process of feedback, reflection and critical analysis, so they can play a key role in driving improvements. We have disseminated the key findings of the 2017 Service User Survey conducted by ARP Research to both staff and service users. We are now working on the action plan we have devised from the results and will be reviewing our progress regularly. Thank you to everyone who has given us constructive feedback. Your views, ideas and engagement help St Martins to steadily improve the services we provide.
01 June 2017
IT security Even before the recent cyber ransom attack that affected  some of our partners in the NHS, St Martins was taking steps to ensure greater IT security. After the ransom attack in May, we have stepped up IT security measures. All staff have been briefed on dangers and threats to look out for, and we have tightened all IT permissions and protocols.
30 May 2017
Beware the dangers of NPS St Martins has collaborated with film studio Four Corners to make a short film about the dangers of novel psychoactive substances, also known as legal highs. The premiere of the film is being held at Genesis Cinema at 1pm on Saturday 3 June. A panel of experts, including leading pharmacologist Professor Raymond Hill and the eminent psychiatrist Dr Derek Tracy will lead a panel discussion following the film screening. For more details about the film and to book yourself a place at the premiere, please visit www.dummiesguidetospice.com It promises to be an excellent event, with opportunities for you to ask questions and forge links with people involved in the fight against the negative affects of these highly toxic and little understood drugs.
24 May 2017
Thank you Wembley Stadium National Trust St Martins would like to thank the Wembley Stadium National Trust for their generous grant of £1,750 towards the development of our residents' football team. St Martins' residents and staff enjoyed the glitzy awards ceremony very much and said how much they appreciated being invited to the event and having money to invest in coaching and kit. St Martins FC are the winners of the North London Special League Cup in 2015 and 2016 and hope to make it a hattrick this year.    

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