Ken Lynn, chairman of the Integration Joint Board for Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership visited the Carseview Centre to speak to staff about how mental health services are delivered.
A Tayside man has written to senior members of the Scottish Government in response to changes to mental health services.
The mum of a young Dundee dad who took his own life after seeking treatment at the Carseview Centre has hit out at workers.
A young dad’s death may have been avoided if he had been properly diagnosed, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
Health chiefs in Tayside have stated having two centres of excellence is the only safe way forward for inpatient mental health services.
More than one patient a week goes missing from mental health hospitals in Tayside, new figures have shown.
Tayside health bosses are set to press ahead with the relocation of major mental health services, in the face of widespread opposition.
Christian Borthwick, 41, of Elders Court, had his sentence deferred to January 10 for reports.
Electric shock therapy treatments were performed 116 times in Dundee in 2016, according to new figures.
A Dundee pensioner fears he will die before he knows why his son took his own life.
Cash-strapped NHS Tayside has forked out more than £1.5 million on taxi fares in the last five years, the Tele can reveal.
NHS Tayside has drafted in outside experts to help redesign mental health services amid claims non-clinical managers are ignoring medical advice when making decisions.
The number of issues raised about the Carseview mental health unit has risen almost three-fold in the space of three years.
Psychiatric in-patient services in Tayside are set to be centralised at the Carseview Centre in Dundee.
A doctor who discharged a man from Carseview days before he took his own life said he would probably have detained him if given the chance again.
A doctor was busy “phoning his wife” when he declined to help calm down a patient at the Carseview Centre, a court heard.
A doctor who allowed a man to leave Carseview days before he took his own life said it would have been “heavy-handed” to use her powers to keep him there.
A man who killed himself days after leaving the Carseview Centre in Dundee had been recognised as having “suicidal thoughts” by an assessor.
A doctor told a fatal accident inquiry about his frustrations at the treatment one of his patients received at a Dundee psychiatric unit.
A 26-year-old Dundee man fears he will end up taking his own life if he doesn’t get the help he needs.