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well said Chrys Muirhead  "we need to see more evidence that prescribing of antidepressants ... is “appropriate” and “conservative”

well said Chrys Muirhead "we need to see more evidence that prescribing of antidepressants . is “appropriate” and “conservative”

Respect Existence or Expect Resistance

Graffiti: Respect Existence or Expect Resistance

"Respect Existence or Expect Resistance" well put.

I hear my own voice being silenced when speaking out about human rights abuse in psychiatric settings. Because people, mostly professionals, don’t really want to hear about painful situations, negative experiences, bad practice and broken bones. They’d prefer we swallow the psychiatric drugs. Be compliant. Believe the evidence based treatment and SEMI (severe and enduring mental illness) label.

The Segregation of Psychotics and Schizophrenics in Relation to Recovery - Mad In America

Withdrawing From Psychiatric Drugs: What Psychiatrists Don’t Learn - Mad In America

Science and Pseudoscience in Psychiatric Training: What Psychiatrists Don't Learn and What Psychiatrists Should Learn - Mad In America

The Pharma Chronicles: Prof Peter C Gøtzsche BMJ response re antidepressa...

The Pharma Chronicles: Prof Peter C Gøtzsche BMJ response re antidepressa.

This is an unedited clip of the evidence given by Paul Gray, NHS Scotland, Chief Executive  as given to a Scottish Parliament Committee on the 29th January 2014.  In this evidence the Chief Executive of NHS Scotland is asked about his views on whistleblowing and gagging clauses.  The full Parlaimentary committee meeting was recorded and can be viewed here: bbc.co.uk/democracylive/scotland-25943135  Music credit: Dexter Britain (under common license)

This is an unedited clip of the evidence given by Paul Gray, NHS Scotland, Chief Executive as given to a Scottish Parliament Committee on the January

BBC One - Panorama, Locked Up For Being Ill?

Winterbourne View patients in new care safety alerts - BBC News

confidentiality in psychiatric settings? a one-way street Confidentiality means different things to different people. However, in psychiatric settings, as a person on the receiving end of services, whether as a patient or carer, I have found that confidentiality is a one-way street.  The power lies with the professional and they can do what they like with information about me and mine.

confidentiality in psychiatric settings?

who'd have thought that offering to volunteer would result in so much disharmony? You'd think a national organisation that prides itself on ...

who'd have thought that offering to volunteer would result in so much disharmony? You'd think a national organisation that prides itself on .

This 96-page book is written, edited, and illustrated by children from around the world who express their hopes and fears about how we treat each other. It is also a guidebook, including details of organizations to join and tips for human rights action.

This book is written, edited, and illustrated by children from around the world who express their hopes and fears about how we treat each other. It is also a guidebook, including details of organizations to join and tips for human rights action.

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