Nicholas Carding of the Eastern Daily Press reports: Spending on wages for senior health bosses in Norfolk and Waveney has risen by nearly 15pc in the last three years – despite demands for millions of pounds to be saved locally. Wages for senior members at the five Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) rose […]
NSFT Masterclass: Head of Recovery, Participation and Partnership: An apology to NSFT from the Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk & Suffolk
“Earlier in the year, we published a letter from stakeholders expressing concerns about the appointment of the Head of Recovery, Participation and Partnership at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) against the judgement and wishes of the stakeholder panel. The NSFT Solicitor, aided by the prestigious and expensive lawyers at Bevan Brittan, has written
Campaign speaking at Momentum Norfolk public meeting: Tuesday 16th August, Belvedere Centre, Belvoir Road, Norwich NR2 3AZ at 7 p.m.
We have been invited to speak about mental health and the importance of local campaigning at a rally organised by Momentum Norfolk. Why not come along and listen? We are non-party political. We will happily to accept invitations from all mainstream political parties in Norfolk and Suffolk. Here is some further information from the organisers:
EDP: ‘It is deeply troubling’ – Number of mental health patients in Norfolk and Suffolk waiting longer than national standard rises by nearly 200pc
Nicholas Carding of the Eastern Daily Press reports: Campaigners say they are “deeply troubled” after it emerged the number of mental health patients waiting longer than national standards for treatment has risen by nearly 200pc. Under the NHS constitution patients should be treated within 18 weeks of referral but new figures reveal 280 patients waited
Tom Bristow of the Archant Investigations Unit reports: The region’s troubled mental health service has been accused of failing to learn from its mistakes after it emerged that nowhere in the country had more concerns raised about mental health deaths than Norfolk and Suffolk. Coroners have written to the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT)