Last two days of CEP survey of prescribed drug issues for BMA review!

The CEP survey of prescribed drug issues for the BMA review closes at the end of Monday, 28 April 2014.  If you haven’t already completed this survey we would be very grateful for your input.

At this stage we are looking for more responses to Part Two of the survey, which should take around 5 minutes to complete. Part Two can be found at:

If you would like to complete Part One then please go to:  Part One should take around 20 minutes to complete.

Part One of this survey is ‘qualitative’ and your answers are provided using words and sentences.  This enables CEP and the BMA to review individual stories and identify themes.  Part Two is ‘quantitative’; here your answers are given using check boxes.  This allows us to do numerical analysis and present graphs summarising the results.

This is an important opportunity to contribute to a vital review of the problems associated with these drugs and we are very grateful for your input.

3 Responses to Last two days of CEP survey of prescribed drug issues for BMA review!

  1. Dianne Robinson 28/04/2014 at 12:37 am #

    Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this. Anti psychotics are a form of genocide against people. How many people have to die before someone “gets” that a brain that has been depleted of serotonin is violent. Against themselves and others. Every mass murder in schools have been committed by kids who are on these drugs. Every “post partum depression” mom that has killed herself and her children was on these drugs (that really is a crime because the numbness some women feel after child birth is Exhaustion and nutrient deficiencies. Go figure. If the powers that be DoNot address this issue. The people will. At some point. Hopefully in a legal way.

  2. Susan bevis 28/04/2014 at 1:20 am #

    Not 1 of 13 drugs prescribed have worked for my treatment resistant daughter and I am particularly worried about the 350mg clozapine she is currently on. I have seen the most shocking side effects ignored by doctors and the team with no regard to physical health whatsoever.

  3. Angry Dad 28/04/2014 at 8:41 pm #

    My heart goes out to you Susan.

    And notice how the ‘doctors and the team’ have made sure it’s not their fault or the drug’s fault that it doesn’t work, it’s your daughter’s fault for being ‘treatment resistant’. Should ‘treatment’ prove ineffective, the blame does not lie with the treatment, but with the patient. Brilliant. If the negative effects of a drug are completely intolerable, again it is not the drug that has failed but the patient: the patient is ‘non-compliant’.

    This is not what you want to read but you are right to be worried. My son’s friend has been on 400mg for two years. He is now 5-6 stones overweight, type 2 diabetic and losing his hair. He is 21 and guess what – he still has his voices so his dose has just been increased to 450mg. I can’t get my breath. I don’t have a solution. Other than fight for a dose reduction and psychological therapies.

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