Skip to content

Audio: BBC Radio Norfolk: Matthew Gudgin interviews campaigner, Norman Lamb and Michael Scott about the shocking increase in unexpected deaths at NSFT

Share

Matthew Gudgin of the BBC interviews a spokesperson for our campaign, former mental health minister Norman Lamb and the Chief Executive of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT), Michael Scott.

It is brilliant that both the BBC and the EDP are giving mental health the attention it deserves.

Now NHS England, local health commissioners and our MPs need to do the same.

BBC Radio Norfolk Matthew Gudgin Controversy over mental health deaths

 

Share

3 thoughts on “Audio: BBC Radio Norfolk: Matthew Gudgin interviews campaigner, Norman Lamb and Michael Scott about the shocking increase in unexpected deaths at NSFT

  1. allwillbewell says:

    Well done. Your hard work is paying off. They’re running scared.

    Reply
  2. Deeplyworriedstaffmember says:

    Why oh why is nothing mentioned about Suffolk. Where’s the Suffolk MPs?? Suffolk is the poor relation and we have made numerous calls to the CQC and nothing has changed!! TheTrust is responsible and have not listened to staff who knew this would happen. Staff go home feeling stressed and have little support. Lip service is paid but no one listens!! NO CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADE ON THE GROUND!! PLEASE LISTEN

    Reply
    • Profile photo of admin
      admin says:

      We try our best as a campaign to include Suffolk members and problems. A campaign member from Suffolk was on BBC Radio Suffolk and BBC Look East this week. We raised the closure of Lothingland and Care Plan and CAMHS issues in Suffolk at the NSFT Board meeting in Norwich this week. We also appeared in the EADT talking about CAMHS. We will publish more details on the website soon.

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *