The region's troubled mental health trust is under fire again after it emerged one of its workers inadvertently posted confidential information online.

The Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust launched an investigation after it was alerted to a social media post taken during the leaving party of a staff member.

The post contained two photographs of an employee standing in front of a leaving banner and a whiteboard in a trust building.

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The whiteboards contained a number of handwritten pieces of information including login details for pagers and the entrance code for one of the trust's secured buildings.

It is not clear whether the post was made on a personal or public social media account, but when the trust was alerted it began a probe into the incident.

An NSFT spokeswoman said: "The trust has been made aware of this and our data protection officer has investigated.

"This is not a breach of personal data, nor does it meet the threshold for us to report to the Information Commissioner's Office.

"We have changed all necessary door codes to ensure the safety of our staff and patients."

However, campaigners have said the incident reflects poorly on the trust's management.

Eastern Daily Press: Mark Harrison, of the Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk

Mark Harrison, chairman of the Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk, said: "This is unbelievable.

"It demonstrates a culture which encourages unprofessional behaviour, a lack of respect for service users and a management that has lost control.

"There is absolutely no sign of improvement at NSFT and with Norfolk and Suffolk coroners issuing four prevention of future death reports since January, the largest deaths crisis in the history of the NHS continues to spiral out of control.

"This is due to poor management and governance, lack of services and beds and no additional resources to recruit, train and retain staff."