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2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

The Mental Health Commission today published inspection reports for five inpatient mental health facilities, showing some improvements in compliance with regulations, rules and codes of practice.

Commenting on the reports, Dr Susan Finnerty, Inspector of Mental Health Services, said, “It is good to see the level of overall compliance improving across the five reports published today. The two independent hospitals, St. Patrick’s University Hospital and Highfield Hospital both performed well and secured a number of excellent compliance ratings for some regulations. The remaining three inpatient facilities also secured a number of excellent ratings.”

Press Release Date: 15 November 2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

The Mental Health Commission today published reports of inspections of three inpatient mental health facilities, showing continued instances of non-compliance with important standards, despite some welcome improvements.
Commenting on the reports, Dr Susan Finnerty, Inspector of Mental Health Services, said, “These reports demonstrate that progress is being made in certain areas, however there are common themes emerging, similar to reports published earlier this year, such as non-compliance with Individual Care Plans, Staffing and Therapeutic Services and Programmes.."

Press Release Date: 25 October 2018

Mental Health Commission supports Joint Committee’s call for substantial increase in mental health funding

The Mental Health Commission has said it fully supports the call by the Joint Committee on the Future of Mental Health Care for increased, ring fenced and prioritised funding. Policy objectives set over ten years ago for development of community services and services for children have still not been met, the Commission says....

Press Release Date: 19 October 2018

Restrictive practices such as seclusion and restraint are undesirable and should only be used as a last resort, according to the Mental Health Commission

The Commission calls for a reduction in the use of restrictive practices.  Such practices were used in 79% of in-patient mental health services and there were 5,000 episodes reported in 2016...

Press Release Date: 19 October 2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

Concerns in relation to risk surrounding: ordering, prescribing and administration of medicines; premises; and staffing were raised by the Inspector of Mental Health Services today following the publication of three inspection reports and one focused inspection report.  The reports were published by the Mental Health Commission (MHC)...

Press Release Date: 11 October 2018

Mental Health Commission welcomes budget measures on Mental Health

The Mental Health Commission has welcomed the allocation of an additional €84m to mental health for 2019, saying there are severe deficits in services that require urgent attention...

Press Release Date: 09 October 2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

The Inspector of Mental Health Services has today issued five inspection reports which raise concerns in relation to risk management, consent to treatment, individual care plans, premises and staffing. The reports were published by the Mental Health Commission (MHC)...

Press Release Date: 06 September 2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

Concerns about inadequate staffing and staff training, issues with food and nutrition, premises and seclusion have been raised in five inspection reports published today by the Mental Health Commission (MHC)...

Press Release Date: 23 August 2018

New standards to address abuse, exploitation and neglect of adults in health and social care services

New national standards to ensure a consistent approach to reducing and responding to the abuse, exploitation and neglect of adults in health and social care services have been launched today for public consultation by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) and the Mental Health Commission (MHC)....

Press Release Date: 01 August 2018

Mental Health Commission publishes annual report for 2017

Mental Health Commission calls on Government and HSE to initiate major transformation programme to deal with service issues.

Major transformational change needs to happen in the provision of mental health care services or Ireland will continue to provide a level of unsafe and substandard services, which are not aligned to best practice and breach the fundamental rights of a vulnerable group of people who require such services, according to the Mental Health Commission (MHC), which published its 2017 annual report today...

Press Release Date: 25 July 2018

Mental Health Commission publishes its activity report on the use of ECT during 2016

The use of Electro-convulsive Therapy (ECT) in inpatient mental health services remained relatively stable in 2016 with 263 individuals being administered one or more programmes of ECT during the year.

The Mental Health Commission today published a report showing the level of use of ECT in Ireland’s inpatient units. The 263 residents who received the treatment compares to 243 in 2015 but a higher number received it, 278, in 2014...

Press Release Date: 12 July 2018

Mental Health Commission publishes focused Inspection Report

The Mental Health Commission has today published a focused inspection report into Lois Bridges in Sutton, Dublin. Lois Bridges is an approved centre providing care and treatment for adults with an eating disorder.

Commenting on the publication Dr Enda Dooley, Assistant Inspector of Mental Health Services, said, “The Inspector found that elements of the care and treatment of seriously physically ill residents with anorexia nervosa admitted to Lois Bridges were inadequate and unsafe and that there had been little improvement in the provision of safe care since the annual inspection in March 2017”...

Press Release Date: 07 June 2018

Safeguarding of adults in health and social care services

The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) and the Mental Health Commission (MHC) are today hosting a seminar in the Law Society of Ireland on the safeguarding of adults in health and social care services.

The seminar, ‘Adult Safeguarding: Promoting Rights, Health and Wellbeing’, aims to raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding adults who may be vulnerable, and provides attendees with the opportunity to discuss how Ireland can better promote the rights, health and wellbeing of people at risk of abuse or harm...

Press Release Date: 09 May 2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

A number of critical and high risk ratings of non-compliance were identified in the Mental Health Commission’s latest batch of Inspection Reports into seven approved centres from across the country.

Commenting on the publication Dr Susan Finnerty, Inspector of Mental Health Services, said, “There are a number of serious issues and concerns raised in some of these inspection reports.  Of particular concern was the issue with pressure sores in Grangemore Ward & St. Aidan’s Ward, St Otteran’s Hospital in Waterford.  There were two serious reportable events in relation to Grade 4 pressure sores reported to the Commission since the 2016 inspection and the Inspector found a further 14 pressure sores, of lesser grades, during this inspection... 

Press Release Date: 03 May 2018

Mental Health Commission Other Mental Health Services's Inspection Reports

The Mental Health Commission has found serious deficiencies in many 24-hour nurse supervised residences after inspecting 43 of these units, the largest number to date. In 14% of those inspected doors were locked and residents were not free to leave. In 77% of them residents were unable to lock their bedroom doors...

Press Release Date: 20 April 2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

The Mental Health Commission has today published four Inspection Reports from Cork, Galway, Sligo and Westmeath. Commenting on the publication Dr Susan Finnerty, Inspector of Mental Health Services, said, “Common themes emerge yet again in these inspection reports including non-compliance with individual care plans, issues with premises, ligature points and staffing. These centres need to work hard to address these issues and to ensure compliance in 2018.”

Press Release Date: 05 April 2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

The Mental Health Commission is today publishing inspection reports on five facilities none of which is fully compliant with regulations, rules and codes of conduct. Two of the five have had conditions attached to their future operation as a result of these inspections.

Press Release Date: 22 March 2018

Mental Health Commission Approved Centre Inspection Reports

Today the Mental Health Commission published nine inspection reports on approved centres from across the country. None of the nine centres was found to be fully compliant with regulations, rules and codes of conduct...

Press Release Date: 08 March 2018


2017

National Standards for the Conduct of Reviews of Patient Safety Incidents

The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) and the Mental Health Commission (MHC) have today published new National Standards for the Conduct of Reviews of Patient Safety Incidents....

Press Release Date: 25 October 2017

Mental Health Commission publishes 2016 Annual Report

The continued admission of children and adolescents to adult mental health units remains a totally unacceptable but common feature of mental health care practice in Ireland, according to the Mental Health Commission....

Press Release Date: 07 July 2017

National Safeguarding Committee: Irish public believes abuse of vulnerable adults is widespread

The research, commissioned from Red C by the National Safeguarding Committee, shows widespread public concern that many vulnerable adults are open to and are experiencing physical, emotional, psychological and financial abuse...

Press Release Date: 11 April 2017


2016

Mental Health Commission welcomes the publication of the National Safeguarding Committee’s Strategic Plan

The Mental Health Commission has welcomed the National Safeguarding Committee Strategic Plan which was launched today by Ms Justice Mary Laffoy. The Mental Health Commission forms part of the National Safeguarding Committee which aims to promote the rights of adults who may be vulnerable...

Press Release Date: 20 December 2016

Consultation on Draft National Standards for the Conduct of Reviews of Patient Safety Incidents

The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) and the Mental Health Commission have today launched a six-week public consultation on new Draft National Standards for Conduct of Reviews of Patient Safety Incidents...

Press Release Date: 26 September 2016

The Administration of Electroconvulsive Therapy in Approved Centres: Activity Report 2014/2015

The use of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) in inpatient mental health services remained reasonably stable from 2013 to 2015 with Irish statistics being broadly in line with those from the UK...

Press Release Date: 09 September 2016

 

Mental Health Commission publishes 2015 Annual Report

Progress made on mental health service provision, but it’s time for a formal review of A Vision for Change, according to the Mental Health Commission which published its 2015 Annual Report and Report of the Inspector of Mental Health Services today...

Press Release Date: 20 June 2016

2015

Mental Health Commission publishes 2014 Annual Report

Mental health services regulatory compliance has risen steadily over the years but have remained static and appear to have plateaued, according to the Mental Health Commission which published its 2014 Annual Report and Report of the Inspector of Mental Health Services today...

Press Release Date: 12 June 2015

 

2014

The Use of ECT and Seclusion declines for the fifth year in a row

The use of ECT and Seclusion in the country's inpatient mental health services has declined for the fifth consecutive year, according to the Mental Health Commission which published 2012 data on ECT and Seclusion today. The administering of ECT to patients who are unable or unwilling to give consent to treatment also declined for the fifth year in a row. Physical restraint remains relatively static with a decrease of nine episodes in 2012 when compared with cases reported in 2011...

Press Release Date: 12 March 2014

 

2013

Mental Health Commission highlights the need for investment in specialist services for older people

Today is World Mental Health Day 2013 and the theme is "Mental Health and Older adults"

Thursday 10th October 2013: More focus is required on investing and developing specialist mental health services for older people according to the Mental Health Commission.

In a statement to mark World Mental Health Day (today, 10th October), the Chairman of the Mental Health Commission John Saunders said, "There have been many developments in the general areas of mental health service provision, particularly for children & adolescents and adults (18 - 65), however specialist services for older people need more attention..."

Press Release date: 10 October 2013

 

New Memorandum of Understanding between HIQA and Mental Health Commission

Monday 23 September 2013: The Health Information and Quality Authority and the Mental Health Commission have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on working together in relation to the regulation of health, social care and mental health services in Ireland.

The new MOU aims to promote collaboration in areas of joint strategic and operational interest, facilitate cooperation on the referral of concerns, which may fall under the remit of the other organisation and enhance formal communication and information sharing activities for the benefit of patients and other people using these services...

Press Release Date: 23 September 2013

 

Mental Health Commission publishes 2012 Annual Report

"Failure to fill approved posts causing some slippage in standards"

The Mental Health Commission exercised its powers forcefully to improve standards of care for service users in 2012, but is today warning that services could deteriorate unless promised community mental health posts are filled during 2013....

Press Release Date: 12 June 2013

 

The use of seclusion, mechanical restraint and physical restraint in the country's mental health services is down by almost 12%

The overall use of restrictive practice used in mental health facilities across the country has dropped by almost 12% during 2011, according to a report published today by the Mental Health Commission (MHC). To build on this positive momentum the MHC will introduce a seclusion and restraint strategy this year which will set out actions for implementation by mental health services across the country, which should contribute to reducing these numbers further...

Press Release Date: 14 March 2013

 

Mental Health Commission reports a steady decline in the use of Electroconvulsive Therapy

A report published by the Commission today shows a 4.3% reduction in the total number of programmes of ECT during 2011. 332 ECT programmes were administered to 262 individuals, during 2011 which when compared to 2010 (347), 2009 (373) and 2008 (407) shows a steady decline...

Press Release Date: 08 March 2013

 

Implementation of a Vision for Change is slow and inconsistent across the country, according to the Mental Health Commission

In a statement marking the seven year anniversary of the publication of the policy the Commission Chairman Mr John Saunders said the aim of the policy - to refocus services from old-style institutional care to a community-based model - was now very widely supported...

Press Release Date: 23 January 2013


2012

Minister Lynch Announces New Appointments to the Mental Health Commission

Kathleen Lynch T.D., Minister for Disability, Equality, Mental Health and Older People today announced appointments to the Mental Health Commission for the period 2012 - 2017...

Press Release Date: 05 April 2012

 

Commission's actions prompt better quality care for those with mental Illness

People who are experiencing mental ill-health receive better quality services today than five years ago according to the Mental Health Commission (MHC), which published its 2011 Annual Report, including the Report of the Inspector of Mental Health Services today...

Press Release Date: 04 April 2012

 

Seclusion & Restraint should be used in rare and exceptional circumstances only, according to Mental Health Commission

Seclusion and restraint should be used in rare and exceptional circumstances and only in the best interests of patients when they pose an immediate threat of serious harm to themselves or to others, according to the Mental Health Commission which published a report on the use of the interventions during 2010, today...

Press Release Date: 29 February 2012

 

Steady decline in the use of Electro-convulsive Therapy

Thursday 23rd February 2012. There has been a decline in the use of Electro-convulsive Therapy (ECT) from 2008 to 2010, according to a report published by the Mental Health Commission today...

Press Release Date: 23 February 2012


2011

Unemployment, debt and poverty are impacting on the mental health of adults, adolescents and children

Mental Health Commission recommends action to alleviate the human cost of the economic crisis.

The number of people suffering from mental health difficulties is increasing as a result of the recession, while at the same time the Government is faced with difficult decisions regarding spending on services for those people, according to a report published by the Mental Health Commission (MHC) today...

Press Release Date: 28 September 2011

 

The Mental Health Commission Supports Launch of New Health and Social Care Public Service

The Mental Health Commission supports the launch of Healthcomplaints, a public service initiative to help members of the public understand where and how to complain about health and social care services...

Press Release Date: 23 September 2011

 

Priority needs to be given to the reorientation of mental health services from old style model of institutional care to community based services, Mental Health Commission

The State's Mental Health Services are facing significant staff shortages due to the haemorrhaging of personnel who are not being replaced due to the moratorium on public sector recruitment, the Mental Health Commission said today.

At the launch of the Commission's 2010 annual report today the MHC Chairman Dr Edmond O'Dea said that in some areas some 20% of nurses have left in the past one or two years and these have not been replaced. "This is a big problem as staff are being withdrawn from community services in order to plug gaps in inpatient units. This is another factor slowing down the move from institutional to community care that we all want", Dr O'Dea said...

Press Release Date: 02 June 2011

 

Mental Health Commission welcomes New Government's Commitment to Vision for Change

The commitment by the new coalition government to the recommendations in 'A Vision for Change', the national policy on mental health, was welcomed today by the Mental Health Commission...

Press Release Date: 07 March 2011

 

Progress remains slow on implementation of Vision for Change

Five years after the unveiling of the government's policy on mental health services 'A Vision for Change' progress remains slow, according to the State body that regulates and fosters high standards in the mental health services, the Mental Health Commission (MHC)...

Press Release Date: 26 January 2011


2010

Report on Admissions of Young People to Adult Psychiatric Units published

Need to respond to new restrictions on child admissions addressedThe Mental Health Commission has today published a report on the admission of young people to adult mental health wards in Ireland...

Press Release Date: 20 December 2010

 

Mental Health Commission orders three psychiatric hospitals to take no more patients

Commission warns HSE is preparing to fail to meet Government targets.The annual report of the Mental Health Commission for 2009, published today, has noted very little improvement in standards in approved centres for inpatients...

Press Release Date: 06 June 2010

 

Young people in mental health units to be helped understand their treatment and assert their rights

360 children and adolescents admitted each year to get "toolkit" from Mental Health Commission.

The Mental Health Commission today launched a website and written resource pack to assist young people availing of mental health services. The Headspace Toolkit is designed to equip young people being treated for mental illness to speak up for themselves, assert their rights and get involved in decisions concerning their care and treatment...

Press Release Date: 22 February 2010

 

Implementation of government policy on mental health continues to be slow

Minister's intention to allocate funding a welcome step, says MHC.

The Mental Health Commission (MHC) has said today that the implementation of the Government's policy on mental health services 'A Vision for Change', which is now four years old, continues to be slow...

Press Release Date: 26 January 2010

 

Framework for Public and Service User Involvement

The Health and Social Care Regulatory Forum of Chief Executives recently launched on their various websites a publication entitled Framework for Public and Service User Involvement in Health and Social Care Regulation in Ireland..

Press Release Date: 25 January 2010

 

Health and Social Care Regulators Plans to Increase Public Involvement in Regulation

The Health and Social Care Regulatory Forum of Chief Executives met today with the Minister for Health and Children to present her with a copy of their new on-line publication entitled Framework for Public and Service User Involvement in Health and Social Care Regulation in Ireland (December 2009). The Forum was established in 2008 to provide a mechanism for exploring opportunities to harmonise certain business processes, share best practice and facilitate coordination between member organisations...

Press Release Date: 25 January 2010

 

Mental Health Services adopt new approach to ensure the features of a Quality Mental Health Services are fully implemented

Service providers agree ambitious target and volunteer to have progress measured independently.

The HSE and the Mental Health Commission today signed an agreement with mental health service providers which will allow the parties work together to ensure that services are delivered in a more patient-focused way. The Mental Health Services Collaborative seeks to implement agreed standards in the delivery of mental health services and is the first time that a Service Level Agreement of this nature and significance, and which incorporates independent measurement of progress, has been signed...

Press Release Date: 22 January 2010


2009

Mental Health Commission outlines road map for the transformation of mental health services in Ireland

Minister's stated commitment to change is an important step, says Commission.

The Mental Health Commission today published a paper giving an analysis of the progress towards implementation by the HSE of the Government's 2006 policy on the mental health services, a Vision for Change...

Press Release Date: 19 November 2009

 

Joint Press Statement from An Garda Síochána and the Mental Health Commission on the publication of the Report of the Working Group on Police and Mental Health Services

In May 2005 the Mental Health Commission and An Garda Síochána established a joint Working Group to review best practice models of cooperation between the police and mental health services with a view to making recommendations for enhanced liaison and joint working systems between An Garda Síochána and the mental health services in Ireland...

Press Release Date: 10 October 2009

 

The move from the institutional model of mental health services cannot stop, says Mental Health Commission

Inspector calls for a directorate for mental health within HSE.

The process of replacing antiquated Victorian asylum-type buildings with a modern community mental health system can and must continue despite the current pressure on scarce exchequer resources, according to the Mental Health Commission...

Press Release Date: 14 May 2009

 

Section 55 MHA 2001 Inquiry Report

The Mental Health Commission has today published the report of the inquiry team set up to review the operation of the two approved centres for the care and treatment of persons suffering from mental illness or mental disorder in Clonmel Co Tipperary.

The remit of the inquiry was "to review care and treatment practices in St Michael's Unit, South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel and St Luke's Hospital, Clonmel, including the quality and planning of care and the use of restraint and seclusion and to report to the Mental Health Commission."...

Press Release Date: 03 April 2009

 

Progress on implementing official government policy on mental health is slow says Mental Health Commission

"Change must be a reality, not just a vision"

The Mental Health Commission (MHC) remains disappointed at the slow progress towards the implementation of the Government's policy on mental health services, which is now three years old.

The Commission welcomes the implementation of some elements of A Vision for Change in 2008. These include the establishment of the National Service User Executive (NSUE) and progress in providing additional inpatient capacity for children and adolescents. These changes will bring tangible benefits to people and we welcome them, said the MHC Chairman Dr. Edmond O'Dea...

Press Release Date: 26 January 2009


2008

1 in 4 People around the World will Experience a Mental Illness

Mental Health Commission to host Seminar as part of World Mental Health Day.World Mental Health Day will be marked in Ireland and worldwide tomorrow as part of an international campaign to prioritise mental health issues...

Press Release Date: 09 October 2008

 

Major Improvements in the Protection of Patient Rights Since Enactment of Mental Health Act 2001

The Mental Health Commission has today published its report on the operation of Part 2 of the Mental Health Act 2001. In this major review, the Commission finds that the landmark legislation has made important improvements for the protection of individuals involuntarily admitted for mental health treatment...

Press Release Date: 31 July 2008

 

Mental Health Commission says Thornton Hall not appropriate site for Central Mental Hospital

Review of State's forensic mental health service needs required.

The Mental Health Commission has advised the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Health and Children that it is of the view that the proposal to relocate the Central Mental Hospital at Thornton Hall in North Dublin is not in the best interests of patients, and is not conducive to patient rehabilitation and recovery...

Press Release Date: 29 July 2008


2007

Landmark year as Mental Health Act is fully implemented

2006 will be remembered as the year when significant and far-reaching changes took place in Irish mental health services, according to the Mental Health Commission's fifth annual report published today.

"The full commencement of the Mental Health Act 2001 means a new era in mental health services in Ireland," said Brid Clarke, CEO...

Press Release Date: 28 March 2007

 

Quality Framework for Mental Health Services in Ireland Launched by Mental Health Commission

The Mental Health Commission (MHC) today, launched 'The Quality Framework for Mental Health Services in Ireland'.

The Mental Health Commission report 'Quality in Mental Health - Your Views' published in 2005, brought together a wide range of perspectives on what constitutes quality in mental health care systems. The Quality Framework for Mental Health Services in Ireland has built on the wealth of ideas expressed in that report. It is aligned to the national mental health policy - 'Vision for Change' (Department of Health and Children 2006) that provides a strategic 'road map' for the development of mental health services over the coming years...

Press Release Date: 06 March 2007

 

Commission publishes Inquiry Report on Central Mental Hospital

The Mental Health Commission, today published the Report of the Committee of Inquiry into Current Care and Treatment Practices in the Central Mental Hospital, Dublin.

Following the report on the facility by the Inspector of Mental Health Services in 2004, the Commission, decided to establish an Inquiry, (as per Section 55, Mental Health Act 2001) to review the current care and treatment practices in the Central Mental Hospital. This decision is in line with the Commission's mandate to promote, encourage and foster the establishment and maintenance of high standards and good practices in mental health services...

Press Release Date: 10 January 2007


2006

The Views of Adult Users of the Public Sector Mental Health Services

An important research study on service users views of publicly funded mental health services commissioned by the Mental Health Commission is published today - "The Views of Adult Users of the Public Sector Mental Health Services".

This research study provides detailed information on how service users experience mental health services within the public sector . One of the key findings of the study is that the current organisation of mental health services is inappropriate and unsuited to the needs of people with a mental illness...

Press Release Date: 06 September 2006

 

The Mental Health Commission welcomes Mary Harney's Announcement that all remaining provisions of the Mental Health Act 2001 will be brought into operation on 1st November 2006

The Mental Health Commission welcomes yesterday's announcement by the The Tánaister and Minister for Health and Children Mary Harney TD that all remaining provisions of the Mental Health Act 2001 will be brought into operation on 1st November 2006...

Press Release Date: 10 July 2006

 

Mental Health Commission welcomes Expert Group's Report on new policy framework and the progress on the establishment of the Mental Health Tribunals

The Mental Health Commission today, welcomed the publication by the Expert Group on Mental Health Policy of its report, A Vision for Change by An Tánaiste and Minister for Health & Children, Mary Harney TD.

Commenting on the launch of the Report, Bríd Clarke, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Commission, said the Government had issued a timely report on the framework required for the development of mental health services over the next 7-10 years. She pointed out the need for development of new policies to match recent developments in mental health legislation....

Press Release Date: 04 January 2006


2005

MHC decides on next step for establishing Mental Health Tribunals

The Mental Health Commission, an independent statutory body, was established in April 2002 under the provisions of the Mental Health Act 2001. For the last three years, the Commission has been steadily progressing all of the necessary components to implement in full the Mental Health Act 2001 including training, documentation, facilities for mental health tribunals and quality/audit systems....

Press Release Date: 20 October 2005


2003

Prisons should not be used as treatment centres for mentally ill says Mental Health Commission

Regional psychiatric intensive care units urgently required.

Prisons, or parts of prisons, should not be used as treatment centres for the mentally ill. This was one of the core points made by the Mental Health Commission, in its response to the Criminal Law (Insanity Bill) 2002...

Press Release Date: 03 April 2003

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