Carstairs staff 'forced to close wards and drug patients to keep them quiet'

Carstairs staff 'forced to close wards and drug patients to keep them quiet'
 

Under-pressure staff at Scotland’s State Hospital have complained of being forced to close wards and drug patients in a bid to keep them quiet.
Several wards at the hospital, which houses Scotland’s most dangerous psychiatric patients, have been shut from early afternoon leading to patients being locked in their rooms in isolation.
Whistleblowers have told the Record some patients cannot cope with the isolation and need to be drugged.
One said: “Wards are running continually short of staff, putting them and patients in danger if anything happens.
“Patients have been locked up in the early... read more

 
27 September 2018 in Regional, Views: 54
Source: Daily Record
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