On 8 December 2021, the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland published a consultation document setting out its proposals for a new system for investigating the deaths of people who, at the time of their death, were in compulsory treatment or care for a mental health condition or learning disability. The proposals also cover individuals whose period of compulsory treatment / care ended within 28 days of their death.
In parallel with the public consultation, Griesbach & Associates are arranging two online events to provide information about the proposals and to give people an opportunity to discuss them.
You can register here for the event on Tuesday, 25 January 2022, 4pm, which is intended for people who work in health and social care services. Further details of the event and a joining link will be sent to you in January.
Data protection: Your name and contact details will be used by Griesbach & Associates to communicate with you regarding the online event scheduled for Tuesday 25 January 2022 at 4pm. Your information will also be shared with the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland. The Commission may use your information to contact you again about the current consultation or future related work. If you do NOT want the Commission to contact you in the future, please indicate this below.
Your email address (this will be used to contact you with further information about the event).
Which organisation do you work for?
Where in Scotland are you based? (Choose either local authority or health board area from the drop down menu.)
The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland may contact you again regarding the current consultation, or in relation to future related work. If you do NOT want this to happen, please indicate by ticking the statement below.