A woman who admitted behaving abusively at the Carseview Centre was admonished.
A former Dundee mental health nurse has been allowed to continue in healthcare after accusations he kneeled on a patient’s neck were found to be unproven.
NHS Tayside mental health staff subjected to dozens of instances of ‘sexual behaviour’ from patients a year
There were 29 incidents of aggressive sexual behaviour reported in NHS Tayside mental health in-patient and day-patient units last year.
A Fintry man has said he was “crying with joy” after climbing to base camp on Mount Everest in memory of his tragic cousin.
Sentence was deferred on a man who swore at police while apparently on drugs at Carseview Centre.
Police officers were called to the Tay Road Bridge yesterday evening following concerns for a female.
An investigation has been launched into the practice of doctors who cared for two Dundee suicide victims shortly before they died.
Eevery day in Scotland, an average of two people die from suicide.
A man had sentence deferred after he admitted breaching the peace and threatening a member of staff from the Carseview Centre at Ninewells Hospital.
A man has admitted barricading himself in a mental health unit and refusing to leave.
A public call for evidence for the independent inquiry into mental health services in Tayside will go out this week.
The families of Carseview patients who took their own lives have reiterated their calls for an inquiry independent of the NHS, saying it would encourage more folk to come forward.
NHS Tayside will take “immediate action” to address concerns raised in a BBC documentary about patients’ treatment at the Carseview Centre.
A renowned psychiatrist has been appointed as NHS Tayside’s new mental health boss.
A 21-man-old man has appeared in private accused of sexually assaulting a woman at the Carseview Centre.
NHS Tayside staff are being offered support before a BBC documentary is aired claiming to “lift the lid” on a troubled Dundee mental health facility.
A fatal accident inquiry into the death of a man who discharged himself from a mental health facility has concluded his death was unavoidable.
It was a life that many would have considered picture perfect.
Politicians will use a Holyrood debate to urge the Scottish Parliament to back a public inquiry across all NHS Tayside mental health services.
The family of a man who took his own life after being turned away from the Carseview Centre have said an independent inquiry into the facility is “not enough”, and renewed calls for a public investigation.