The diagnosis of Service Users who have died from suicide/suspected suicide since 2010

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Dear 2Gether NHS Foundation Trust,

I have been in contact with the ICO and understand what exemptions to FOI requests exist. In respect of this request the ICO did not see any reason why it would not be answered unless it met the criteria that:

• ‘It would cost too much or take too much staff time to deal with the request.’

As part of your commitment to improve outcomes for service users I anticipate that this information will be easily accessible and I therefore hope that my request will not be subject to exemption.

FOI Request:

Please supply the MH diagnosis of service users who have died through suicide/suspected suicide whilst under your Trust, applying the following criteria:

• Concluded inquests from January 2010 to date.

• The primary and secondary (if applicable) MH diagnosis of the service user at the time of their death.

• To include all inquest verdicts, i.e. suicide, open, narrative and other.

In the event this information is not accessible and you believe it ‘would cost too much or take too much staff time to deal with the request’:

• Please explain why this data is not readily available.

• Please supply as much information as you can within the FOI cost parameters working backwards, i.e. the most recent deaths (where the inquest has been concluded) first.

Thank you for your assistance with this matter.

Yours faithfully,


Information-Freedom (2GETHER NHS FOUNDATION TRUST), 2Gether NHS Foundation Trust

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Dear Ms Doran

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request. Please find the Trust’s response attached.

Kind regards

Anna Hilditch
Assistant Trust Secretary
2gether NHS Foundation Trust

T: 01452 894165
E: [email address]

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