Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been urged to ensure an internal report on treatment at a mental health unit is published in full.
Staff at the controversial Carseview Centre have been criticised after they removed toilet seats from patients’ rooms – because of the risk of them being used as ligatures.
The independent inquiry into mental health services in Tayside has retired to consider the key issues hampering the system’s ability to care for patients.
Dundee's Carseview Centre could change its name if health chiefs decide to implement public suggestions on how to improve the image of the controversial facility.
An investigation has been launched after a man filmed himself walking around inside the Carseview Centre having apparently climbing through an open window.
A former patient of the Carseview Centre has spoken out in defence of the facility following the screening of a damning TV documentary.
Scotland's former chief prison inspector has been named as the chairman of the new independent inquiry into mental health services at NHS Tayside.
An inquiry into mental health services around Tayside must be “genuinely independent”, a leading politician has said.
The families of two Dundee men who took their own lives after being turned away from Carseview have called for a public inquiry into the health board’s mental health practices.
The family of a Dundee man who took his own life are set to meet NHS bosses to demand answers over his death as they push for a fatal accident inquiry into the tragedy.
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.
The chairman of NHS Tayside has said the health board will run into “serious difficulties” if its current level of spending continues.
A leading clinical psychologist has admitted “systems failings” in Dundee’s Carseview Centre could have led to the death of a city man.
The death of a Dundee man could probably have been prevented if appropriate treatment had been given, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
A Dundee woman has spoken of her battle with diabetes, which has seen her hospitalised 20 times this year.
The number of issues raised about the Carseview mental health unit has risen almost three-fold in the space of three years.
A Dundee woman has told how she was arrested by police after seeking help from a mental health hospital.
A Dundee man has told of his devastation after finding his brother dead.