More UK nurses and midwives leaving than joining profession

More nurses and midwives are leaving the profession in the UK than joining it, for the first time since 2008, figures show.

More UK nurses and midwives leaving than joining profession

More nurses and midwives are leaving the profession in the UK than joining it, for the first time since 2008, figures show.

Leading devo council defends pay rise for senior managers

“With an ever decreasing workforce and ever increasing pressure, our members are struggling to cope across all services. We find it inexplicable that Manchester City Council can find this level of funds to address senior officers pay.”

Leading devo council defends pay rise for senior managers

Manchester City Council has defended proposed pay rises for its senior managers despite accusations that the above-inflation increases come at a time of “savage cuts”. The council proposed that the changes to the Strategic Management Team (SMT) pay, which would cost just over £50,000, were due to role changes to support key priorities. The above-inflation […]

Manchester CCG’s & Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust To Appear in Court

The Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust and Manchester (3) Clinical Commissioning Groups are accused of failing in their duty to disabled and disadvantaged people in the city by the planned closures .

Manchester CCG’s & Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust To Appear in Court

Outside Bench Mark Nell Lane, one of the services under threat of closure     Press Release : Issued By Manchester Users’ Network: For Immediate Release: – In the Civil Justice Centre in Manchester.   A Court action on Friday 24 Th June, 2016 prevented Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust from taking any further […]

The six things Ivan Lewis MP plans to tackle first if he becomes mayor

Inequality, public transport and affordable housing are all on his hitlist as he puts his name forward to be mayor of Greater Manchester's ten boroughs

The six things Ivan Lewis MP plans to tackle first if he becomes mayor

BY JENNIFER WILLIAMS Friday, 19Th February, 2016 This morning Bury South MP Ivan Lewis officially launched his bid to become Labour’s mayoral candidate in next year’s first Greater Manchester-wide election. He is the second hopeful – after police commissioner Tony Lloyd – to throw his hat in the ring. But what would he do if crowned Greater […]

Manchester Mental Health Public Meeting at Mechanics Institute

Thursday 25th February 2016, 1.30pm-3.30pm. Against A Dysfunctional Mental Health Care System (All Welcome) "MUN Keeping The Service User's In Mind” Guest Shadow minister for mental health - Luciana Berger & Ivan Lewis MP Considering to Challenge for Mayor of Greater Manchester

Manchester Mental Health Public Meeting at Mechanics Institute

Thursday 25th February 2016, 1.30pm-3.30pm. Mental Health Dysfunctional Care System Meeting Will Be Chaired by Sarah Yiannoullou Managing Director, of the National Survivors Users Network (NSUN) MUN is a Member. Dysfunctional Mental Health Care System. Upsurge in deaths of the Mentally ill ! Patients left to their own devices. Views of Service Users ignored (patients). Managers […]

Anger as ‘invaluable’ mental health centre run by volunteers closes in Stockport

A Pennine Care spokesman said it has not provided any service from the centre and that it has to save £8m annually for five years.

Anger as ‘invaluable’ mental health centre run by volunteers closes in Stockport

The Sir Joseph Whitworth Centre shut on New Year’s Eve as funding cannot be found Protest against the closure of The Sir Joseph Whitworth community centre The battle to save the Sir Joseph Whitworth Centre appears lost as it shut for good on New Year’s Eve. A huge campaign – including a 2,500-signature petition – […]

Manchester’s mental health services are in crisis – the human cost of the cuts revealed

Special report By: Manchester Evening News Journalist Jennifer Williams: We went to find what it's really like living with mental health issues in Manchester and found services are at crisis point

Manchester’s mental health services are in crisis – the human cost of the cuts revealed

BY: JENNIFER WILLIAMS Mental health patient John Byron Nothing about John Byron says ‘sometimes I very nearly kill myself’. But every now and then when life becomes too much, he ends up ‘curled up on the floor screaming and shouting’ on the brink of harming himself. When this happens John, aged 49 and a chronic […]

Statement Release by Manchester User’s Network in Solidarity with Charter Alliance & Other Service User’s

Statement Release by Manchester User’s Network in Solidarity with Charter Alliance & Other Service User’s

To: Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust and all concerned parties including Manchester City Council Joint Health & Scrutiny Committee, under the present chair of Manchester City Councillor: Bev Craig.

We would like this statement read out at the Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust: workshop meeting at the Trust HQ at Chorton House, on Monday 9th November 2015 and that copies be made available to all present.

Lack of housing driving mental health beds shortage

Lack of housing driving mental health beds shortage

A perceived crisis in the availability of mental health beds is actually caused by delayed patient discharges, according to an inquiry chaired by former chief executive of the NHS Lord Crisp.

PUBLIC MEETING CENTRAL HALL MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE AGENDA

PUBLIC MEETING CENTRAL HALL MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE AGENDA

PUBLIC MEETING CENTRAL HALL MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE
AGENDA !
Methodist Central Buildings Central Hall Oldham Street Manchester UK LAN M1 1JQ Tel: 161 2361185
Tuesday 7th July 2015, 6.30pm.
The latest Mental Health cut. (Harpurhey Wellbeing Centre)

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