Mental Welfare Commission consultation

Making rights real in mental health care

Commitment 5 of the Scottish Government’s Mental Health Strategy is about developing and increasing the focus on rights as a key component of mental health care in Scotland. The Scottish Government, Scottish Human Rights Commission and Mental Welfare Commission have worked with partners to set out clearly where we are trying to get to and what activities are needed to achieve these outcomes (a ‘logic model’). This workshop is an opportunity to contribute your experiences and opinions about what needs to happen, what is happening and where the gaps are.

Hosts:

  • Anne Birch (Researcher, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland)
  • Beth Hamilton (Advisor, Mental Health and Protection of Rights Division, Scottish Government)
  • Colin McKay (Chief Executive, Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland)
  • Kate Fearnley (Executive Director (Engagement and Participation) Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland)

When: 11.45am-1pm, Tuesday 2nd June 2015

Location: Robert Gordon Suite

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