Short Cuts: Scots secure psychiatric services at 'crisis point'

A shortage of secure psychiatric beds and an increase in referrals mean psychiatric services in Scotland have reached crisis point, according to the annual report of the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland. It says the State Hospital at Carstairs, which provides high-security beds for Scotland and Northern Ireland, will become ...

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