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The work that the company has taken on over recent years is mainly time-limited project work and has included work with:

  • The Department of Health
  • Offender Health Services
  • The National Patient's Safety Agency
  • The National Institute for Mental Health in England
  • The Royal College of Nursing
  • NHS Yorkshire and the Humber Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority
  • Hampshire Partnership Trust
  • Five Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust
  • NHS East Midlands
  • NHS South West
  • NHS London
  • NHS North West
  • NHS North East
  • Oxleas NHS Trust
  • Kirklees Primary Care Trust
  • West London Mental Health Trust
  • Cornwall Partnership Trust
  • South Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority
  • The Care Services Improvement Partnership
  • Her Majesty's Prison Service
  • Kent Strategic Health Authority
  • The University of Central Lancashire
  • The World Health Organisation

 

In particular Caring Solutions (UK) ltd have extensive experience in undertaking independent investigations into mental health services over the last three years, this has included:

  • In 2008 – 2009 the company successfully completed two independent investigations simultaneously for NHS Yorkshire and Humber
  • In 2009 the company completed a 15 month project reviewing all of the outstanding legacy cases (41) for NHS North West and developing a methodology for the publication of the report and embedding of learning
  • In 2008 the company completed a review of 40 homicide internal reports for NHS London and published a report of the thematic issues arising from these reports
  • In 2009 the company completed a high profile serious untoward incident for Sussex Partnership Trust following the stabbing of a stranger by a service user
  • In 2008 the company reviewed all of mental health unexpected deaths for NHS North East; published a thematic report and ran workshop with the NHS Trusts from which an action plan was developed
  • In 2007 and 2008 reviewed two homicides for Cornwall Partnership Trust

The company was successful in applying to join a framework agreement in 2009 for NHS South West and NHS East Midlands and are currently conducting six mental health homicide independent investigations for these authorities.