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Staff shortages spark warning for mental health trust


This is the real issue in part too many dodgy chiefs' not supporting the front, with too much money to be dislodged from power easily. The only answer to that is specific legislation preventing those at the top from using legal support to defend against the obvious, where there are myriad cases presenting. We need a CQC whistleblowing guardian that is protected and can put the fear of God into trust management, regulators and government. Without any of this the situation just gets worse.

Posted date

24 March, 2016

Posted time

10:57 am