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Zombification, Tony Zigmond, Increase in Admissions under the Mental Health Act 1983, CTOs

Mental health patients complain of 'zombification',

Zombification, Tony Zigmond, Increase in Admissions under the Mental Health Act 1983, CTOs"Mental health patients complain of 'zombification'",is an article by Mark Gould which appeared in “The Guardian” on the 15 March 2011, and which is worth a read. It is of course always refreshing to see “Service Users” portrayed in the media relatively sympathetically, rather than as a menace to society.  Although a very common complaint of my clients is indeed the sedating effects of medication, this article does not actually focus on the “zombification” of mental health patients as the strapline suggests.
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