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Whorlton Hall: Advisers quit government review in protest at CQC’s handling of abuse scandal

Whorlton Hall: Advisers quit government review in protest at CQC’s handling of abuse scandal BMJ 2019;365:l4368 doi: 10.1136/bmj.l4368 (Published 21 June 2019) Page 1 of 1 News NEWS Whorlton Hall: Advisers quit government review in protest at CQC’s handling of abuse scandal Anthony Harwood London Four members of the government’s review into the use of Lancaster University, and Jeremy (whose surname cannot be restraint, seclusion and segregation of people with learning disclosed after a court ruling), the father of 17 year old Bethany, disabilities and autism have resigned in protest at the Care who was kept in seclusion at an assessment and treatment unit Quality Commission’s handling of the Whorlton Hall scandal. in Northampton. England’s health and social care secretary, Matt Hancock, Announcing his resignation on Twitter, Hatton wrote, “I am commissioned the review from the CQC in December 2018 in aghast at how the @CareQualityComm has behaved concerning response to concerns about the treatment of patients in secure Whorlton Hall, & your performance at the @HumanRightsCtte hospitals. The CQC released an interim report on the review this afternoon means that my further involvement is at best last month, which said that a high proportion of people in pointless and at worst lending the CQC false legitimacy.” segregation had autism and that many http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The BMJ British Medical Journal

Whorlton Hall: Advisers quit government review in protest at CQC’s handling of abuse scandal

The BMJ , Volume 365 – Jun 21, 2019

Whorlton Hall: Advisers quit government review in protest at CQC’s handling of abuse scandal

The BMJ , Volume 365 – Jun 21, 2019

Abstract

BMJ 2019;365:l4368 doi: 10.1136/bmj.l4368 (Published 21 June 2019) Page 1 of 1 News NEWS Whorlton Hall: Advisers quit government review in protest at CQC’s handling of abuse scandal Anthony Harwood London Four members of the government’s review into the use of Lancaster University, and Jeremy (whose surname cannot be restraint, seclusion and segregation of people with learning disclosed after a court ruling), the father of 17 year old Bethany, disabilities and autism have resigned in protest at the Care who was kept in seclusion at an assessment and treatment unit Quality Commission’s handling of the Whorlton Hall scandal. in Northampton. England’s health and social care secretary, Matt Hancock, Announcing his resignation on Twitter, Hatton wrote, “I am commissioned the review from the CQC in December 2018 in aghast at how the @CareQualityComm has behaved concerning response to concerns about the treatment of patients in secure Whorlton Hall, & your performance at the @HumanRightsCtte hospitals. The CQC released an interim report on the review this afternoon means that my further involvement is at best last month, which said that a high proportion of people in pointless and at worst lending the CQC false legitimacy.” segregation had autism and that many

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BMJ 2019;365:l4368 doi: 10.1136/bmj.l4368 (Published 21 June 2019) Page 1 of 1 News NEWS Whorlton Hall: Advisers quit government review in protest at CQC’s handling of abuse scandal Anthony Harwood London Four members of the government’s review into the use of Lancaster University, and Jeremy (whose surname cannot be restraint, seclusion and segregation of people with learning disclosed after a court ruling), the father of 17 year old Bethany, disabilities and autism have resigned in protest at the Care who was kept in seclusion at an assessment and treatment unit Quality Commission’s handling of the Whorlton Hall scandal. in Northampton. England’s health and social care secretary, Matt Hancock, Announcing his resignation on Twitter, Hatton wrote, “I am commissioned the review from the CQC in December 2018 in aghast at how the @CareQualityComm has behaved concerning response to concerns about the treatment of patients in secure Whorlton Hall, & your performance at the @HumanRightsCtte hospitals. The CQC released an interim report on the review this afternoon means that my further involvement is at best last month, which said that a high proportion of people in pointless and at worst lending the CQC false legitimacy.” segregation had autism and that many

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The BMJBritish Medical Journal

Published: Jun 21, 2019

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