HSE accused of 'bullying' by mental health service users

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has been accused of "cynical corporate bullying and intimidation" in a major clash with the national mental health service users' group.

10th August, 2013

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has been accused of "cynical corporate bullying and intimidation" in a major clash with the national mental health service users' group.

A breakdown in relations in the mental health sector has prompted the National Service Users Executive (NSUE), which represents 4,000 mental health users, family members and carers, to withdraw all its representatives from national forums organised by the HSE.

The NSUE was established under the government's Vision for Change mental...

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