Appointment with consultant
Shantanu Panigrahi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
16:06 (20 minutes ago)
to londoneat, Ian
Dear Mr Marks
There are two reasons why I needed a face-to-face appointment that my wife had arranged with Isaac the week previously. First is that it would have given us both a chance to see Dr Emanuel Oranusi as she is my Carer and that is not possible in a one-to-one telephone consultation appointment that would not confirm whether I was or was not on Secondary Care as a patient of Britton House and that Britton House was merely responding to my GP's request several months ago for a medication review in view of his concern that my prolactin levels were elevated due to risperidone causing this side effect. I have not had a CARE PLAN from Britton House for close to two years so how is my diagnosis now. It would have had to have inputs from my wife, As it turned out following the appointment all I was told about diagnosis and prognosis by Dr Oranusi was not to worry about it and on Prognosis he said that as long as you are stable keep going as it were. Two years ago he read from Michael Quarms notes that I was paranoid schizophrenic and he assumed that this was still the case. I would like to let him know that paranoid schizophrenia from my personal experience is a sympton of how the mind is working and if the mind can be trained by personal effort of yoga, it disappears. What is the condition for me now, not what it was two years ago. How could a telephone conversation without inputs from my wife as Carer ascertain that. All Britton House was doing as it has consistently done over several years since Dr Odesanya released me to Primary Care is to get me off their books as a patient.
Secondly, for the proceedings of the Employment Appeal Tribunal pending consideration at EAT as attached: ToEmploymentAppealTribunal(EATUniversityofGreenwichsubmitted29Jun2023.docx with its DOSSiER as attached: DOSSIER FOR TRIAL HEARING OF 10 NOVEMBER 2023 2 PM MEDWAY MAGISTRATES COURT).pdf, the Tribunal and the Defendant will no doubt insist that the medical report from Britton House should cover the entire period from 1998 July when I was said to suffer from Severe Depression with Psychotic Features, and then when I was sectioned in the Mental Hospital in 2004 and again in 2008 from Persistent Delusional Disorder, then Dr Masoud diagnosing me for paranoid schizophrenia and continued with by Dr Odesanya who subsequently diagnosed me to be autistic based on a questionnaire assessment but which despite my GP securing out of area funding was not followed up in Maudsley Hospital London, and finally mention was made by a subsequent Consultant Psychiatrist that I had bipolar with delusions, and now Dr Oranusi saying paranoid schizophrenia again; all these will not go down well with the Employment Appeal Tribunal until a coherent set of the aetiology and development of my mental illness over the past 26 years is summarised for the Defendant's response. As you will note from the EAT1 Form I am claiming that I should have been placed on medical retirement if I am still under Secondary Care it will strengthen my arguments to EAT.
I hope that you can persuade Britton House of my concerns and a Full Report produced as I am without any income except for a small pension and the cost of living has risen dramatically in recent months so that I need my money from the University of Greenwich.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
On Thu, 29 Jun 2023 at 15:23, MARKS, Ian (KENT AND MEDWAY NHS AND SOCIAL CARE PARTNERSHIP TRUST) <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Dr Panigrahi
Thank you for your e-mail of 23 June, I can confirm that your previous e-mail dated 21 June was forwarded to the managers at Medway Community Mental Health Team at 10:42 on 21 June.
I understand that you did attend the telephone appointment on 26 June, please do let us know if you still feel that this appointment did not meet your needs because it was not face to face and tell us why you feel that conducting the appointment by telephone was not appropriate.
PALS & Complaints Officer
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust
0800 587 6757
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