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CQC confronted by mental health chiefs over survey

8th October 2009

Chief executives from mental health trusts are to meet the Care Quality Commission to discuss its handling of results from the national inpatients survey.

They are expected to tell the regulator in a “robust and challenging conversation” that they think findings from the biggest ever national mental health inpatients survey, published two weeks ago, were distorted to present an unfairly negative picture. Mental Health Network director Steve Shrubb said that he had received dozens of emails from members about the survey.

 

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Title: CQC confronted by mental health chiefs over survey
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 12855
Date Added: 8th Oct 2009

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