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The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland today published eight new local visit reports. These include visits to NHS hospital wards and units, and a care home.
The Scottish Government has today announced the appointment of Gordon Johnston, Alexander Riddell and Mary Twaddle as members of the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland Board.
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland today published seven new local visit reports on its visits to NHS hospital wards and units for people with mental ill health or a learning disability.
The first Scotland-wide network of specialists focused on improving mental health for new and expectant mothers is being launched today.
The Commission today published eleven new local visit reports. These include visits to NHS hospital wards and units, a prison, and a young offenders institution.
The Scottish Government this week published the findings of a scoping study it commissioned following its commitment to undertake a review of the 2003 Mental Health (Care and Treatment) Act.
For the first time, the number of people deprived of their liberty in the UK has been released in a report published by the National Preventive Mechanism (NPM).
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland today published seven new local visit reports. These include visits to NHS hospital wards and units, care homes, and a prison.
Today on International Human Rights Day, the Mental Welfare Commission has called for Scottish Government to commit to a human rights-based approach in its new mental health strategy.
The Mental Welfare Commission today welcomed the government's action plan for people with disabilities, and looks forward to the planned review of the Mental Health Act in relation to people with learning disability and autism.