Write a 2-page paper, analyzing the impact of the external healthcare environment on organizational outcomes, working from an initial PESTLE analysis.
The ECJ has repeatedly held that the detention of a person who is ill may raise issues under Article 3, which prohibits inhuman or degrading treatment. Therefore, the lack of appropriate medical care may be contrary to Article 3. This is particularly the case in respect to mentally ill persons, whose vulnerability and inability, in some cases, to complain coherently about how they are being treated, is not taken into consideration . In relation to the compatibility of an applicant’s mental health with his detention, the ECJ outlined in Slawomir Musial v. Poland, three particular aspects to take into consideration: a. The detainee’s medical condition; b. The adequacy of medical assistance and care provided in detention; and, c. The advisability of maintaining the detention measures in view of the applicant’s state of health . Nevertheless, two British cases namely Keenan v United Kingdom (Keenan) and M.S. v United Kingdom (M.S.) brought before the ECJ alluded that in some circumstances, applicants felt that the English Courts were not always capable of protecting the rights of mentally disordered persons. In Keenan, the applicant alleged that her son, who had been receiving intermittent anti-psychotic medication for several years, and whose medical history included symptoms of paranoia, aggression, violence and deliberate self-harm, had died from suicide in prison due to a failure to protect his life by the prison authorities. Additionally, he had suffered inhuman and degrading treatment due to the conditions of detention imposed on him. The Court held that there had been no violation of Article 2. It was not apparent that the authorities had outlined any step which should have reasonably been taken. It noted that schizophrenics suffered from a condition in which the risk of committing suicide was high and well known . In M.S., a mentally-ill man complained about being kept in Police custody dur>GET ANSWER