An Arbroath man has admitted shaking a baby, leaving the previously healthy tot facing a lifetime of disabilities.
A public call for evidence for the independent inquiry into mental health services in Tayside will go out this week.
The mum of a Dundee man who took his own life has disputed the findings of an inquiry into his death.
A fatal accident inquiry into the death of a man who discharged himself from a mental health facility has concluded his death was unavoidable.
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.
A man has appeared in court accused of shaking a 10-month-old baby to the danger of her life.
Man accused of assaulting woman over three months ‘grabbed her outside Dundee cinema on Valentine’s Day’
A man has appeared in court accused of assaulting and behaving aggressively towards a Dundee woman over a three-month period.
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 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.
A leading clinical psychologist has admitted “systems failings” in Dundee’s Carseview Centre could have led to the death of a city man.
Inquiry hears Dundee dad Dale ‘was on bed crying and felt he was ignored by nurses’ at Carseview Centre
A Dundee man who took his own life is said to have lain crying in a mental health centre, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
The death of a Dundee man could probably have been prevented if appropriate treatment had been given, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
A doctor said he had no “significant concerns” about a man who killed himself days after leaving a Dundee mental health facility.
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 mental health nurse said herself and colleagues couldn’t have prevented the suicide of a Dundee man who was assessed at Carseview days before his death.
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.