It would have saved time if David Strang had listed what NHS Tayside’s mental health services do well, rather than what they don’t.
Children have been forced to wait more than year for treatment after being referred to mental health services in Tayside.
A campaigner who blames NHS Tayside for not doing more to save her uncle from suicide has told MSPs she is also being failed by the service.
A GP who visited Dundee man David Ramsay just days before his suicide has confirmed she urged Carseview staff to admit him, in a letter that has disappeared from medical records.
Nearly 200 people have made submissions to the inquiry into mental health services in Tayside.
Changes to mental health services in Tayside could become the lasting legacy of those who have taken their own lives across the region, it has been claimed.
More lives will be lost because of “ridiculous” delays to a new training programme in the Scottish Government’s suicide prevention strategy, says a Dundee campaigner.
Some Tayside patients with mental health problems have had to wait nearly two years to start treatment, shocking new figures have revealed.
The family of a Dundee man who committed suicide after being turned away from a mental health crisis centre hope a Fatal Accident Inquiry could soon be ordered into his death.
Families of suicide victims in Dundee fear an NHS Tayside review of its mental health services will be a “whitewash”.