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by A. Edward Doudera,Judith P. Swazey

  • ISBN: 0914904779
  • Author: A. Edward Doudera,Judith P. Swazey
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 212
  • Publisher: Health Administration Pr; Ex-library, o/wise good (no markings to text). No edition (June 1, 1982)
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Doudera AE, Swazey JP (eds): Refusing Treatment in Mental Health Institutions-Values in Conflict.

Doudera AE, Swazey JP (eds): Refusing Treatment in Mental Health Institutions-Values in Conflict. Ann Arbor, AUPHA Press, 1982. 5. Parry J: Right to refuse psychotropic medication. Mental and Physical Disability Law Reporter 8:82–85, 1984. 6. Kemna DJ: Current status of institutionalized mental health patients' right to refuse psychotropic drugs. Journal of Legal Medicine 6:107–138, 1985. 7. Brooks AD: Law and antipsychotic medications. Behavioral Sciences and the Law 4:247–263, 1986.

Refusing treatment in mental health institutions values in conflict : proceedings of a conference by A. Edward Doudera, Judith P. Swazey Hardcover, 212 Pages, Published 1982 by Health Administration Pr ISBN-13: 978-14904-77-9, ISBN: 14904-77-9.

In the litigation over the right to refuse treatment in psychiatry, a limited right for involuntarily committed patients to refuse treatment has been upheld, absent a. .Commissioner of the Department of Mental Health, 390 Mass. Refusing treatment: the uncertainty continues.

In the litigation over the right to refuse treatment in psychiatry, a limited right for involuntarily committed patients to refuse treatment has been upheld, absent a finding of a psychiatric emergency. Increasingly, clinicians may find that their sole extrajudicial option in instituting treatment over the patient's objection is in invoking a psychiatric emergency. The purpose of this communication is to discuss the clinical and legal issues in defining and invoking a psychiatric emergency in treatment refusal. Hospital & community psychiatry.

Refusing treatment in mental health institutions: values in conflict

Refusing treatment in mental health institutions: values in conflict. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Virginia. In Refusing Treatment in Mental Health Institutions: Values in Conflict, Doudera and Swazey present an attempt by a group of lawyers, judges, psychiatrists, and patients, most of whom have had extensive experience as participants in the controversy, to discuss the issues involved.

Refusing Treatment in Mental Health Institutions: Values in Conflict. Bibliographic Citation. Hospital and Community Psychiatry 1981 April; 32(4): 255-258.

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ISBN13:9780914904779. Release Date:January 1982. Publisher:Health Administration Press. 74 lbs. Related Subjects. Law Medical Medical Books Textbooks.


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