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The Government is to discuss proposals to ban the use of face-down restraint in English mental health hospitals after FOI figures revealed 39,883 recorded incidents in trusts during 2011/12. Health Minister Norman Lamb told the BBC last night he was "very interested" in the idea of banning the procedure.
John Woodcock said the independent report into the Care Quality Commission showed the regulator was not fit for purpose. "The independent report is so shocking an...
Norman Lamb said the different parts of the health and social care system knew they needed to pursue further integration or risk collapse. “This is all about the ...
Labour party press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, responding to newspaper reports on the NHS England review on Emergency care, said: ...
David Behan said the Care Quality Commission was reforming to make sure patients' concerns were dealt with. "Well, this is a root-and-branch review of the way tha...
United for All Ages press release New paper calls for Britain to be less mean-spirited and more open-hearted Radical proposals on downsizing, building new home...
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