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The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland today published twelve new local visit reports.
A snapshot monitoring report looking at how Police Scotland use their power to detain people in police stations under the Mental Health Act shows wide variations in use of these powers in different parts of Scotland.
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland today published fourteen new local visit reports. These include visits to hospital wards and units, and the State Hospital.
A new report published today by the Mental Welfare Commission and Edinburgh Napier University calls for a long term reform programme for Scotland's mental health and incapacity legislation.
The Mental Welfare Commission launched a new guide today aimed at ensuring mental health patients have their human rights respected at key points in their treatment.
With the General Election coming up on 8 June, we have been asked about the eligibility to vote for people receiving treatment in hospital for mental ill health, or for people with issues related to their mental capacity.
Are there any restrictions on voting for people with learning disabilities or mental health problems? See our FAQs.
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland today published six new local visit reports. These include visits to NHS hospital wards and units, and a prison.
The Mental Welfare Commission today published a report on its visits to all adult mental health admission wards across Scotland.
A drive to improve mental health services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people has begun today with the launch of a new guide by the Mental Welfare Commission.