“Why are so many young and physically fit patients dying from mental health ‘treatment’? We have no answer.”
Enough is enough.
Instead of marking its own homework the corporate parent/carer must be subject to full scrutiny and independent accountability.
If our government really were concerned about our mental health, it would, at the very least, record the number of deaths of inpatients and investigate them.
But the number of deaths in NHS hospitals is unknown, not recorded, and rarely investigated.
No single body is responsible for recording children or adults inpatient deaths.
This crucial information is neither collated, analysed or made public .
And as most hospitals are owned by private corporations, Freedom of Information Notices are being refused on the grounds of commercial confidentiality.
47% of child and adolescent mental health service providers refused to answer FOI requests because of their private status.
So we pay up to £13,000 a week, an average £900 a day per inpatient for public NHS ‘treatment’, provided by private corporations, but aren’t allowed to know how many healthy people die and why ?
New laws were introduced last year which deprive…
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