New Zealand family urges Japan to stop restraining patients at psychiatric hospitals – South China Morning Post

New Zealand family urges Japan to stop restraining patients at psychiatric hospitals – South China Morning Post
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Four years after a New Zealand teacher died in Japan, where he was restrained to a hospital bed for more than a week, his family remains committed in their campaign to call for the end of the practice they believe killed their son.Kelly Savage died in Yamato City Hospital in Kanagawa Prefecture on May 17, 2017, a week after suffering a heart attack and more than two weeks after he was hospitalised for mental health issues.His parents, Martha and Mike Savage, believe he died after suffering a…Read More

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