Adverse medical reporting. What it is, why it's important, what keeps survivors from reporting, and how to submit account to FDA.
There are so many treatments and medications being used for mental illness problems and depression that are ineffective at best and extremely harmful at worst!
Unfortunately, so many of these injuries resulting from bad treatments and medications go under reported or even unreported! This is often due to the fact that the people effected don't have the capacity to report their own injuries themselves.
In this video guide, you'll have the opportunity to understand how to properly report, if applicable, your Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) injuries to the FDA so that they can better track and better quantify the risks of different depression treatments.
Sarah Prince Hancock, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor has a Masters of Science degree from San Diego State University’s Rehabilitation Counseling program and an advanced certificate in Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Sarah has lectured more than 70 times at ten different San Diego universities for interdisciplinary programs on a variety of recovery topics.
Sarah also previously worked as the NeuroRecover Coordinator and lead researcher at The Center for Health and Wellbeing in San Diego where she helped coordinate the services for people undergoing NeuroRecover"