Many thanks to Campaign supporting artist, Saul Timothy, for the fantastic original artwork.
Michael 'Pay out' Scott receives £175,000 for another
Jane Sayer receives £108,000 for another
Leigh Howlett receives £108,000 for another
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@takes_ages @NHSEngland @NSFTtweets Empire building, lack of accountability and a desire to build private inpatient capacity in mental health at the expense of the NHS and the well-being of young people and their families more like. Absolutely shameful whatever the reasons and a waste of taxpayers' money.
@JoRust45 @NSFTtweets It is an inevitable consequence of a mental health NHS trust run for the benefit of the bureaucracy, lack of genuine service user and carer involvement and the appointment of Head of Participation against the wishes of the stakeholder panel who did not understand co-production.
Meanwhile, @NHSEngland and CCGs refused to fund brand new local NHS beds for young people at @NSFTtweets Carlton Court near Lowestoft as local chidren were sent sometimes hundreds of miles from home. Shameful. twitter.com/equallives_org…
@JoRust45 @NSFTtweets For you in West Norfolk, you'll be pleased to know that, according to the release, the meeting in King's Lynn was **last** Tuesday 13th February. Again, during the working day. Typical. Couldn't run a bath. It is almost as though they don't want people to attend.
@NSFTtweets Why don't you give more than one week's notice? Why not have meetings outside of the working day so that people who work, care or have families can attend? Why not use some of the ridiculous @NSFTtweets Comms budget to publicise events? Why no genuine co-production?
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- Invitation: Campaign’s monthly meeting at 6.30 p.m. on Tuesday 6th February at the Vauxhall Centre, Norwich NR2 2SA on
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Campaign statement on NHS Digital payroll data showing 52.7 increase in managers as more than twenty per cent of doctor and qualified nurses cut at NSFT over past five years
A spokesperson for the Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk said: “Since 2013, we have repeatedly warned about the increasing number of managers employed at NSFT […]
Leigh Howlett was the Director of Strategy and Resources at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT). NSFT’s strategy seems to have been to implement an electronic medical record system […]
Jane Sayer was directly responsible for quality and governance at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT). After the damning report from the Care Quality Commission, her position was untenable. […]
Campaign Cartoon: “Holy Financial Self-Interest and Callous Corporate Corruption, Scatman! It’s the Scat Signal!”
Many thanks once again to our Campaign supporting artist, Saul Timothy, for his fantastic original artwork.
Stewart White and Mike Liggins lead BBC Look East with the sudden ‘retirement’ of the Chief Executive of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT), Michael Scott, shortly before the […]
EDP: Mental health crisis services in Norfolk are ‘uncaring, unwelcoming, unsafe and ineffective’ says new report
Geraldine Scott of the Eastern Daily Press reports: “Tell them you are suicidal and they do nothing”. This is one of the shocking comments made by people in desperate need […]
Fixed, Flawed Farce: Part 2: EDP: Half of mental health beds budget for Norfolk and Suffolk spent in first month of year
Tom Bristow, Investigations Editor of the Eastern Daily Press reports: Last year the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) went £3.5m over budget on sending patients to beds at other […]
Below is a list of the people interviewed in the so-called ‘wide range of engagement meetings with local stakeholders’ during the £58,000 Beds Review. Thirty-nine are senior employees of Norfolk […]