Nurses could be struck off over mental health patient left to die on floor 3 Apr 2013 14:13 Peter Thompson, 41, who had drug and alcohol problems, was found lifeless in Manchester’s Edale House Two nurses are facing being struck off after a mental health patient died when he was left lying on a hospital […]
Would you be interested in discussing your experience of the ending of your Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)? What is this research about? I am Peter Lydon, a final year clinical psychology trainee from Lancaster University. I am conducting a research project as part of my training, supervised by Dr. Ian smith (Clinical psychologist, Lancaster doctorate […]
Manchester Care Home Staff Member Arrested on Murder Charge ! by Cindy Tweed Thu, 03/28/2013 After a resident of Victoria Nursing Home in Anson Road, Rusholme, died of internal injuries, an inquest was launched into the matter to find out the reason behind it. Police was called by a staff member at the facility as […]
Inspectors found life-saving equipment was kept locked away on a mental health unit.
Newly-designed wards at Park House, in Crumpsall, were judged below standard and unsuitable, an inspection by the Care Quality Commission found.
Care Quality Commission inspectors found defibrillators were locked away – meaning someone suffering a heart-attack could die before a staff member with the key was found.
We hear about Omega 3 all the time and yet many people still don’t know why it’s so important for their physical and mental health or whether or not they are getting enough in their regular diet.
The fact is, most people in the West are not getting enough Omega 3 and at the same time are consuming far too much Omega 6. These two important nutrients are essential for our health and as the body cannot produce them they have to be sourced from our diet.
Most of us have no problem getting the required amount of Omega 6 as it is present in vegetable oils, processed foods, dairy products and meat. However, the same cannot be said for Omega 3.
ISRAELI EXPERT BANNED FROM MANCHESTER MENTAL HEALTH TRUST AS WORLD HEADLINES BRING RIDICULE TO THE TRUST ONCE AGAIN !
U.K. union bars Israeli expert from conference on conflict resolution Wed, May 02, 2012 Iyyar 10, 5772 This Story By: Anshel Pfeffer LONDON – A master-class on conflict resolution that was set to be given by an Israeli lecturer in Manchester next week was canceled by the British National Health Service, after trade union members […]
A man died outside a hospital ward after nurses refused to let him in, an inquest has heard Peter Thompson, 41, was a patient at Manchester Royal Infirmary’s mental health unit but was not allowed in on 3 April 2010 as he had a bottle of vodka. He refused to give up the vodka […]