Should restraint in mental health hospitals be eliminated? Are mind wanderers less happy? And the challenges of starting a new business with a serious mental health problem.
Claudia Hammond asks whether the use of physical restraint in mental health services should be eliminated. She's joined by Jimmy Noak, director of nursing at Broadmoor Hospital, and by service user consultant, Jane McGrath, to find out what restraint involves, when it's used, when it goes wrong and why some people even ask for restraint for themselves when they are in crisis.
Also Claudia talks to Sophie Forster from Sussex University about her research into mind wandering and asks whether mind wanderers are less happy than others. And what are the challenges of starting a new business when you have a serious mental health problem? Claudia talks to one listener about her journey to self employment.
Should the use of physical restraint in mental health services be eliminated?
Claudia talks to Sophie Forster from Sussex University about her research
Starting a new business with a mental health problem
Claudia talks to one listener about her journey to self-employment