Reminder: Annual Public Meeting
This year we will be reflecting on what has happened during the last year and focusing on our plans for the future. Copies of our Annual Report and Accounts will be available at the meeting.
The main event will be followed by a reception, where
you can meet SLaM’s Board of Directors and Members Council. You will also be able to view a display showcasing arts in the Trust. We very much hope to see you on 11 September. If you have any further queries please contact our Communications and Media Department by telephone on 020 3228 2830 or by e-mail email@example.com.
I am hoping to attend this event and meet all the executives responsible for providing the shocking care to my daughter when she was a patient at the National Psychosis Unit Fitzmary II Ward.
Also see http//nurseresearcher.rcnpublishing.co.uk/news-and-opinion/editors-interview/sucessful-researchers-are-tenacious:
This shocking article is about a nurse who worked at the ational Psychosis Unit and talks about patients reluctance to take their medication and the fruitless conversations in trying to persuade them to take their pills.
“I had a sense that I wanted to better understand patients’ reticence to take medication, but it was no more than a thought. Bill Lemmer, who was the then head of the mental health nursing section at the Institute of Psychiatry, visited our unit to discuss potential research projects we could undertake on the ward. I talked about my interest in why patients did not take their medication. Bill made encourageing noises and I guess a researcher was born. I have pretty much kept that research focus – how we improve pill taking – ever since.”
Here would be my own daughhter’s response – “you try taking them, Mum” – “you dont know how awful they make me feel”
What is all the more shocking is – WHERE IS THE PROOF OF THE DIAGNOSES. There is more than 1 and as for treatment resistance. This is a load of rubbish in my opinion. It is because the treatment is wrong that nothing has worked and these drugs have made my daughter worse.
This hospital experimented on 3 more drugs for my daughter against her wishes and it is shocking they h ave to give Metformine to keep the weight down becausef the shocking weight gain that would otherwise occur with the drug Clozapine. Already my daughter has suffered from heart problems and this hospital has ignored the fact that the FDA has given 5 black box warnings if this drug is given to anyone with a history of heart problems in the family. This is the main drug they experiment on at the National Psychosis Unit.