The StopSIM Coalition

MadCovid are proud to be working as a part of the StopSIM Coalition. We stand in solidarity with survivors, service users and allies who have worked tirelessly to bring this scandal to light.

We call on NHS England to:

  • Halt the rollout and delivery of SIM with immediate effect, as well as interventions operating under a different name, which are associated with the High Intensity Network (HIN).
  • Conduct an independent review and evaluation of SIM in regards to its evidence base, safety, legality, ethics, governance and acceptability to service users.
  • Respond to the StopSIM Coalition statement within 7 days to communicate the actions taken by NHS England. Communications should be directed to contact@stopsim.co.uk.

Please visit www.stopsim.co.uk to find out more, and sign up to receive updates with how you can support #StopSIM

Follow @StomSIMMH on Twitter and Instagram

Click here to read the StopSIM Coalition Consensus statement 21/04/21.

Further detail regarding concerns about ‘Serenity Integrated Monitoring’ (SIM), specifically relating to its evidence base, are outlined in the blog below, which was published by the StopSIM Coalition 22/04/21.

Follow @StopSIMMH on social media for immediate updates and further information as it is released. We will update this page as often as possible throughout the campaign.

Below are images of protest art from the StopSim supporters and allies. Send your own pictures to madcovid@gmail.com or use the #StopSIM online. Some of the images below mention/depict subjects that some people may find distressing. This includes police, medication, and mention of rape.

You are welcome to download and share the free cross stitch pattern above, but please do not sell your finished cross stitch for personal profit. You may sell it if 100% of the profits go to an organisation supporting people with mental illness.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. We ask that you seek our permission before you use any of our material – this includes researchers, as well as journalists, who want to harvest our data!

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