They had pulled patients’ hair and forced medication into their mouths. In the footage victims were shown screaming and shaking and one patient was seen trying to jump from a second floor window just to escape the torment and torture. The patient was then mocked by staff members. The abuse was reviewed by a psychologist who described the footage as torture. This had left a massive impact on the public resulting to 86 people and organisations writing to the Prime Minister about revelations.
vs After analysing criminal cases of Dr Harold Shipman and Dr Peter Green, some similarities become apparent. They were both a GP doctors, using their GP practices to source their victims. Both of them used their position of thrust and authority to facilitate their crimes. They both were preying on vulnerable people – Harold Shipman targeted old and frail patient, Dr Peter Green used young people with intimate problems - to fulfil their distorted needs. The criminal activity of both family doctors lasted for many years – allegedly Harold Shipman was killing his patients over the period of 23 years; Peter Green was abusing his patients for over 17 years.
How does “Official Story” link Dirty War violence with stories and situations of everyday life? The Argentina’s Dirty War in in the 1970s was one of the wars in Southern America during which human rights were severely abused. Children and women were mostly affected during the Dirty War. The movie “Official Story” portrays the kidnapping of children associated the Dirty War in Argentina. It also shows agony barren women go through in their marital homes.
Prisoners were subjected to a variety of horrors, including repeated rape, electric shocks to nipples and testicles, permanent blind folding, and psychological torment such as being forced to witness the torture of a loved one. 4. Who are "Las madres de la plaza de mayo"? Do a little research to get more information if you need it. a. "Las madres de la plaza de mayo" wereArgentine mothers who began parading with pictures of their disappeared children.
Identify two reports on serious failures to protect individuals from abuse. Write an account that describes the unsafe practices in the reviews. Winterbourne view BBC panorama set up undercover filming at Winterbourne view after it was approached by a former staff member. The investigation which was broadcast on TV showed the physical and psychological abuse which the residents who have learning disabilities and challenging behaviour suffered. The investigation showed staff members assaulting and using harsh restraining methods on the residents.
During disclosure the abuse is uncovered either purposefully or accidentally. An example of disclosure in this book is in chapter eight when Glen beats Bone so violently she has to go to the hospital. There, a young intern notices that Bone's collarbone has been broken twice and her coccyx is bruised and broken. The intern reacts angrily, accusing Anney of abuse. Anney becomes indignant and an older nurse intervenes, diffusing the situation.
Should patients be locked up in a mental institution or among our communities? Sylvia Frumkin is a mental patient who spends years in and out of hospitals, treatment centers, and halfway houses. We see Sylvia on multiple medications, being misdiagnosed by various doctors, which give you an insight on the horrible state of the mental healthcare system. The state mental hospitals (like Creedmoor) were heavily overpopulated and under-staffed. There were language and cultural barriers between the patients and the doctors because most of the doctors at Creedmoor were foreign-born and educated.
Shaking Baby Syndrome Last night I dreamt that my son killed my daughter. How? By him shaking her so violently, as I looked at her she looked pale, all I could do was hold her and cry. My dream was so vivid, and real it made me want to research (SBS) which is Shaking Baby Syndrome. Google’s definition say’s “Shaking baby syndrome is a triad of medical findings: subdural hematoma, retinal hemorrhage, and cerebral edema from which some doctors, consistent with current medical understanding, infer child abuse caused by intentional shaking.
In 1922 the island was used for the location of a mental hospital which was where a doctor experimented on his patients by torturing them with hammers and chisels until killing them. It is said that the doctor threw himself from the bell tower of the island after reportedly hearing the screams and moans of the plague victims as well as his own victims. Since then the island has been completely shut closed for tourists wanting to see where thousands of plague victims lay to rest. “The Black Death” will in doubt be remembered as one the most agonizing and painful plagues ever to occur in history causing millions of deaths. It is said that there was not enough people left alive during the plague to bury the numerous amount of dead victims.
204 Task B Example 1 On May 31 2011, BBC 1’s programme Panorama aired ‘Undercover Care: The Abuse Exposed’. The programme showed undercover film of staff at Winterbourne View, a private hospital near Bristol, abusing adults with severe learning disabilities. A reporter for Panorama, Joe Casey, had spent five weeks secretly filming whilst working undercover and said it was “the hardest thing” he had done. Panorama had initially been alerted to the story by Terry Bryan, a former nurse at the hospital who had had serious concerns. On June 1 2011, four people were arrested and the hospital owners, Castlebeck, suspended 13 employees.