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Case of note: EH v. Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust (Supreme Court, 30 October 2020)

EH suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and on 25 August 2010 stabbed her mother to death whilst experiencing a serious psychotic episode. She pleaded guilty to manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility and was sentenced to a hospital order under the Mental Health Act, 1983. She …

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NHS Resolution joins national alliance to combat workplace bullying

NHS Resolution is proud to announce its membership of an multi-organisation alliance against bullying, undermining and harassment in the NHS. The anti-bullying alliance, supported by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, is an informal group of organisations committed to stamping out bullying …

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NHS Resolution welcomes independent GMC report into doctor wellbeing

NHS Resolution welcomes the recent GMC report, Caring for doctors, Caring for patients. This report recognises the importance of doctor wellbeing in delivering safe, high quality patient care. Workplace stress in healthcare organisations affects care delivery and increases the risk of clinical errors. The GMC …