Psychology – Patient Information Leaflet – Easy Read

Physical Health Monitoring Clinics

Information leaflets about the Trust's seven Physical Health Monitoring Clinics; including services offered, who the clinics are for and how to be referred.

Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness (PDOC) and the Sensory Modality Assessment and Rehabilitation Technique (SMART): Questions you may have and what to expect – Information for families, friends and carers

SMART is a standardised tool recommended by The Royal College of Physicians. It provides specialist assessment of awareness and potential to communicate for those individuals in a prolonged disorder of consciousness. This leaflet explains what a SMART assessment is and the process for admission.

Positive Wellbeing Clinic – Information leaflet

The Positive Wellbeing Clinic is for people who have experienced long term mental health conditions but have learnt to manage their condition well. This leaflet explains how the service can help you move forward, further develop your skills and reduce the impact of your mental health condition on your day to day life.

Perinatal Community Mental Health Team

Information about the Perinatal Team who provide a community mental health service to support women experiencing mental health difficulties related to pregnancy, childbirth and early motherhood.

Patient Information Centre – Information leaflet

A leaflet outlining the resources and services provided by the Patient Information Centre at St Nicholas Hospital. Resources available include self help guides and information leaflets about Trust services and the Mental Health Act.

Patients Finance Department

This leaflet tells you about the services that are available from the Patients’ Finance Department and how we can help you with your finances during your stay in hospital.

Planning for recovery

A booklet from Mind for anyone leaving hospital after a mental health crisis, to help you take part in your own discharge and care planning, think about what you need, know what to expect, and where to find further support.