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113,225.  Between 1970 and 2006, 45 health care professionals were found guilty of serial murders in Europe and America.  Of these 86% were nurses.  (Hospital & Nurse & Murder)  Crimes that Shook Britain s8e4: The Stepping Hill Murders, VI 2017

 

113,226.  ‘A murder mystery like no other.’  (Hospital & Nurse & Murder) ibid.

 

113,227.  The poisonings at Stepping Hill Hospital are crimes that shook Britain.  (Hospital & Nurse & Murder)  ibid.

 

113,228.  Over 20 patients in 3 wards were affected over a 4 week period.  (Hospital & Nurse & Murder)  ibid.  

 

113,229.  27 year old Rebecca Leighton is a local woman working as a nurse … The Crown Prosecution Service announced that the case against her has been discontinued; despite this, Rebecca is suspended by Stockport NHS Foundation Trust and eventually sacked for stealing medication.  (Hospital & Nurse & Murder)  ibid.

 

113,230.  ‘A 46 year old male nurse has been arrested on suspicion of tampering with medical records.’  ibid.  local news  

 

113,231.  ‘He [Victorino Chua] called himself the Angel of Death.’  ibid.  prosecutor

 

113,232.  He’s jailed for Life with a minimum term of 35 years.  ibid.

 

 

50,426.  Broadmoor – a place with a sinister past that’s synonymous with some of the country’s most notorious offenders.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  Professor David Wilson, Broadmoor: A History of the Criminally Insane I, CI 2013

 

50,427.  The Victorians used to be proud of Broadmoor.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  ibid.

 

50,428.  There are about 260 patients living in Broadmoor.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  ibid.

 

50,429. The killer Richard Dadd – a prominent nineteenth-century artist.  Dadd murdered his own father on 28th August 1843: he was declared insane.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  ibid.

 

50,430.  Children were sent there too.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  ibid.

 

50,431.  The McNaughton rule was born, and for forty years defendants suffering from mental illness were deemed not guilty by reason of insanity.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  ibid.

 

50,432.  Insanity: an inability to reason because of mental illness.  Insanity has a wide reach.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital & Insanity)  ibid.

 

50,433.  As Queen Victoria’s reign came to an end the numbers of female patients was close to 200.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  ibid.

 

50,434.  Psychiatric therapies were continuing to be developed.  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  ibid.

 

50,435.  Can mental illness and human nature ever really be governed?  (Prison & Mental Health & Hospital)  ibid.

 

 

113,384.  Broadmoor: a word that makes people shiver.  Most think that Broadmoor is a prison: in fact it’s a high-secure psychiatric hospital and home to some of the country’s most dangerous and violent offenders.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  Broadmoor: Inside Britain’s Highest Security Mental Hospital, ITV

 

113,385.  Many won’t even admit to working here.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,386.  Many of the men here have been front-page news.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,387.  This is Cranfield – the intensive care ward.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,388.  All of the men in Broadmoor present a grave and immediately risk to the public … They have no release date.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,389.  Broadmoor can feel like a ghost town.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,390.  The reminder of the threat of violence is ever-present.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,391.  ‘Cut my own throat a couple of times.’  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  ‘Alex’  

 

113,392.  Food is the only thing they have free rein over.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,393.  It costs £300,000 a year to keep a patient in Broadmoor.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

       

113,394.  Whenever force is used, staff take time out to re-appraise.  On average there are five physical assaults a week on staff.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,395.  Broadmoor is home to 200 men, each carefully assigned to one of fifteen wards.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

 

113,399.  After many critical reports the government sent in new managers to reform the hospital.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  Inside Broadmoor, 2002  

 

113,400.  In 2000 Broadmoor used arm and leg shackles as part of the treatment for a mentally retarded man.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.

 

113,401.  It costs £60 million a year and has 1,200 staff.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  

 

113,402.  Broadmoor let Dadd have a studio.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention & Artists: Dadd)  ibid.

 

113,403.  When a patient escaped the local schools were closed.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.

 

113,404.  ‘Three pairs of size ten boots started to go into me.’  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.  ex-patient

 

113,405.  People still had to slop out.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention) ibid.

 

113,406.  After the allegations of the 1980s the government set up the Mental Health Act Commission to protect patients’ rights.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid. 

 

113,407.  We’ve talked to seven ex-patients: all complain of neglect or abuse.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.

 

113,408.  Seclusion is still a problem we discovered.  (Prison & Hospital & Mental Health & Detention)  ibid.

 

 

114,726.  Almost a million people in the UK have heart failure.  Another 900,000 have damaged hearts but don’t know it.  And the number is rising.  For the worst affected their only option might be a heart transplant.  But Britain is now facing a critical shortage of donor hearts.  (Hospital & Heart)  Exposure s1e3: The Heart Hospital, ITV 2011

 

 

117,746.  Great Ormond Street Hospital for children is a national treasure.  Its motto: The child first and always … But some senior consultants from leading hospitals are concerned doctors of one department [gastroenterology] have been wrongly diagnosing some children and giving them aggressive treatment they didn’t need.  Exposure: Great Ormond Street: The Child First & Always? ITV 2018

 

 

112,138.  NHS hospital treat over a quarter of a million of us every day.  Open 24/7 hospitals help begin life, save life, and provide care when life ends.  If you think hospitals are kept running by doctors and nurses, think again … Maintenance is a matter of life and death.  (Hospital & Health Service)  The Secret Life of the Hospital, Channel 5 2018

 

112,139.  The NHS has 1.7 million staff making it the biggest employer in Europe.  (Hospital & Employer & Health Service)  ibid.

 

112,140.  A place we never see – the blood sciences lab … Across the UK, 300,000 patients are tested every day.  (Hospital & Blood & Health Service)  ibid.  

 

112,141.  The danger of infection is present on every hospital ward.  (Hospital & Health Service)  ibid.

 

112,142.  Staff need ten sets of linen per bed.  (Hospital & Health Service) ibid.

 

 

124,187.  Gosport Memorial Hospital: How could hundreds of patients be killed in one small British hospital?  All these people had their lives shortened in a place they went to get help.  We hear from those who tried to stop the killing.  For the first time we call people to account.  Panorama: Killed in Hospital, BBC 2019

 

 

111,108.  The hidden secrets that some NHS hospitals are keeping from us.  Transparency is key to keeping patients safe.  But warnings about patient safety are being kept from the public.  Panorama has uncovered dozens of expert reports highlighting serious concerns about patient care.  (Hospital & Health Service)  Panorama: Hospital Secrets Uncovered, BBC 2021 

 

 

133,079.  Escalating bombardment has cost countless human lives transforming the streets into battlefields.  Moving from place to place is a deadly act.  Millions have already fled, desperate to survive.  But 400,000 people remain trapped in eastern al-Ghouta.  There is no way out.  (Syria & Survival & Cave & Hospital)  The Cave, National Geographic 2020, captions 

 

133,080.  ‘The idea of moving underground was simple.  As simple as the death lurking on the surface.  The cause of that death is clear and simple too.  As simple as the urge to survive.  As a doctor I have witnessed many tragedies.  So much suffering.  So many lies.  It made us search for a way to survive.  (Syria & Survival & Cave & Hospital)   ibid.   

 

133,081.  A chance for these prisoners to reach the last bastion of hope: an underground hospital called The Cave.  (Syria & Survival & Cave & Hospital)  ibid.  

 

133,082.  ‘Let’s keep smiling for the children.  That is the least we can do.’  (Syria & Survival & Cave & Hospital)  ibid.  

 

 

133,379.  We all know someone who has struggled with their mental health.  Over the next three weeks I’ll see what life is like on a hectic mental health ward.  Speaking to patients on the edge and the staff trained to help them.  To see how tough life is on both sides of the glass.  (Hospital & Mental Health)  Stacey Dooley: On the Psych Ward, BBC 2020

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