"the Child and adolescent psychiatry clinic (BUP) at the university Hospital in Linköping, sweden broke the law, when a teenage boy was fastened firmly with the belt for over eight hours without being checked on the spot."
"According to the law, a new assessment should be made on the spot after four hours, but the assessments were made, was conducted by telephone, said SR Östergötland."
"– We see the very serious failure to comply with the law, " says Ulrica Ostermark, inspector at Ivo (the Inspectorate of health care) to the radio."
"the Criticism of the BUP do not apply to the decision on the clamping, but that the assessments were made per telephone."
"Åsa Lundberg, head of child psychiatry, says that the clinic is now completed training and reviewed procedures for it not to happen again."
"– It doesn't feel good, it is an extremely accurate clinic with the good routines around here so we were worried when we discovered that it's been this way, " says Åsa Lundberg."