psychiatric hospital

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It found patients suffered "institutional abuse" on the mental health ward and were the victims of "a lack of professional, dignified and compassionate care" by employees prior to its closure in December 2013.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said: "We are pleased to note the positive comments around the care provision at Parkhead Hospital but recognise the limitations and challenges with the environment in the mental health wards there.
With an unsparing eye for all the details, Kevin Hazzard takes readers on a chaotic ride through a city's crack houses and road carnage, a hospital's turbulent mental health ward and still-smoldering scenes of domestic violence.
THE most shocking findings in the Tawel Fan ward report reviewing Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Denbighshire showed "institutional abuse" at the mental health ward.
As the book opens, Caffery is called by AJ LeGrande, a psychiatric nurse and senior nursing coordinator, to Beechway, a high security mental health ward housing "killers and rapists and the determinedly suicidal.
Illustrations for an adult mental health ward in England focus on characters in a circus trying feats which may be beyond them.
She was being kept under observation under the same ruling that kept Britney Spears and Mischa Barton in a mental health ward.
Karen Gaffney, director of Lane County Health & Human Services, sent a chill through the mental health community last week when, speaking at a meeting of the county commissioners, she raised the prospect that PeaceHealth may at some point consider closing the 36-bed acute-care mental health ward at its Sacred Heart Medical Center University District.
Jackie, who the inquest heard had a history of depressive illness, overdosed after leaving the mental health ward less than three miles away at the University Hospital of North Tees.
The requirement is that I voluntarily admit myself to a Carswell mental health ward and undergo mental treatment, including psychotic drug administration.
Rice said she had a hard time getting a straight answer from Abraham about whether part of the mental health ward had been closed, and was never told about a ``war room'' where consultants posted lists labeling employees as pro- or anti-union.
Distressed families must endure more suffering after a report into institutional abuse on a mental health ward was delayed again".
Julie Llewellyn stole PS1,430 from her victim in seven days while working on a mental health ward at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant.
Her parents' horror grows when they learn of plans to move her to a mental health ward hundreds of miles away in Surrey.
They claim Mr Sidwell was waiting for admittance to a mental health ward and should have been under 24-hour supervision at the hospital.
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