The report of the Inquiry into the Care and Treatment of Christopher Clunis.



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Includes bibliographical references (p. 139-146).

ContributionsClunis, Christopher, 1963-, Great Britain. Her Majesty"s Stationery Office.
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 2002/02386
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Paginationxiii, 146 p. ;
Number of Pages146
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Open LibraryOL69038M
ISBN 100117017981
LC Control Number99168174

followed thereportby Ritchie etal. () into the care and treatment of Christopher Clunis. This inquiry showed neglect and poor practice of another kind, namely failures to communi­ cate between those who might have helped to avertthetragedythatoccurred. Clunis, a diag­ nosed schizophrenic, stabbed to death the recently married Jonathan.   Community care scandals given the same treatment are The Report of the Committee of Inquiry into the Care and Supervision Provided in Relation to Maria Colwell and The Christopher Clunis Inquiry By taking this comprehensive approach to their exploration of the phenomenon of scandal, Butler and Drakeford build a compelling and persuasive.   Introduction. The community perception that the mentally ill are dangerous contributes to the stigma experienced by those with schizophrenia, 1, 2 and the risk of homicide by the mentally ill has been used as an argument against deinstitutionalization. 3 Publicity arising from homicides of complete strangers by psychotic individuals appears to have been a catalyst for changes in mental health.   The report into the events that led up to that murder revealed that Clunis had been under the care of psychiatrists for more than 10 years. He .

9. Ritchie J, Dick D, Lingham R: The Report of the Inquiry into the Care and Treatment of Christopher Clunis London: HMSO; Maden A: Treating Violence. In A guide to risk management in men-tal health Oxford: Oxford University Press; Dawson J, Szmukler G: Fusion of mental health and capacity legislation. BJPsych , The confidential inquiry into suicides and homicides by mentally ill people was set up in by Britain's Department of Health, following consultation with the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Its remit is to inquire into homicides and suicides committed by patients under the care of or recently discharged by, the specialist psychiatric services; to identify factors in the patients. Second, it analyses the place of race and the racialised body in the findings of the Report into the Care and Treatment of Christopher Clunis which was the published outcome of the six month NHS enquiry. The paper argues that the setting up of this enquiry was partly an outcome of media pressure for a formal investigation. Findings from high profile inquiries in the UK, such as the Lamming Report () into the death of child Victoria Climbie and the Ritchie inquiry into the care and treatment of mental health patient Christopher Clunis (Ritchie et al., ).

  The authority said the inquiry into Stone's care and treatment was "well advanced" and provisional findings were with the commissioning agencies. "However the inquiry panel will not complete their work until a further opportunity has been offered to Mr Stone to discuss his treatment with them. He has not so far taken up their invitations.   Journal of Social Work Practice 23 (1) 77– Fernando S, Ndegwa D & Wilson M () Forensic Ritchie J (Chair) () The Report of the Inquiry into Psychiatry, Race and Culture. London: Routledge. the Care and Treatment of Christopher Clunis. However, the call for the introduction of CTOs can be traced back to the failures of community care in the s and s. A recommendation that there should be some form of CTO was the conclusion of several inquiries – the most famous of which is the Ritchie Inquiry into the Care and Treatment of Christopher Clunis (Ritchie et al ). The Zito Trust is a registered mental health charity, campaigning for better care in the community for mental health patients. It was established in , following the publication of the report about the care and treatment of Christopher Clunis, who killed Jonathan .

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The government's Mental Health (Patients in the Community) Bill is apparently designed to prevent mentally disordered patients in the community from harming themselves and others. It is one of the measures announced in the government's 10 point plan,1 which preceded the Ritchie report on the care and treatment of Christopher Clunis.2 (Is this a case of designing new bolts on the stable door.

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The Ritchie report, based on the inquiry into the care and treatment of Christopher Clunis, made recommendations on investing in the care and accommodation of people with mental health problems. “But there are now less psychiatric beds,” said Professor Gunn.