In the 2011 case the victim had met with workers from the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust on the day she was murdered.
What does BSMHT stand for?
BSMHT stands for Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust (UK National Health Service)
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Residents in Bordesley Green have staged a series of demonstrations after Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust announced plans for the medium secure unit.
She is employed by Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust and works at National Deaf Mental Health Service.
An investigation into the care and treatment of a paranoid schizophrenic who stabbed a police officer to death has been completed by Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust.
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust warned that refusal of planning permission would deliver a serious setback to services for an estimated 65,000 people over 65 in Birmingham suffering from mental illness
Birmingham Health Scrutiny Committee yesterday hit out at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust as the public consultation officially closed.
The Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust argues that the Moseley Hall extension is necessary to meet the needs of a catchment area of 66,000 people, of whom at least 3,000 will be expected to suffer from a form of mental illness
They returned later to the unit and made a joint agreement to commit suicide, the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust con-firmed.