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Mental Health Services in Tayside (Independent Inquiry)

Part of the debate – in the Scottish Parliament on 11th March 2020.

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Photo of Clare Haughey Clare Haughey Scottish National Party

I thank Mr Stewart for that question. It is key that we ensure that staff feel adequately trained, have capacity to reflect on their work, have supervision and can express their concerns in such a way that they do not feel judged but, rather, feel that they will be supported

. That is why I welcome the sessions that NHS Tayside has introduced, in which staff are able to express their concerns. The driving forward of quality and safety and service redesign within NHS Tayside will need to include those staff-side partners.