Numbers dying from suicide, neglect or misadventure have shot up in last three years, says Panorama investigation
There has been a 50 per cent jump in the number of “unexpected” deaths among mental health patients in the last three years, according to a report by Panorama.
Unexpected deaths, a term that covers deaths caused by suicide, neglect and misadventure, are said to have increased from 2,067 from 2012 to 3,160 by 2016 among people suffering from depression, anxiety, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
The findings, based on reports from 33 of the 57 mental health trusts in England, all of which were sent Freedom of Information requests, have raised concerns that cutting the UK mental health budget has affected quality of care.
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