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Title Coercion in community mental health care : international perspectives / edited by Andrew Molodynski, Jorun Rugkåsa, Tom Burns
Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2016]
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Contents Cover ; Coercion in Community Mental Health Care ; Copyright ; Dedication ; Contents ; Contributors ; 1 Introduction ; Part 1 Coercion in thecommunity: originsand extent; 2 Compulsion in community mental health care: historical developments and current provisions
10 Family carers and coercion in the community 11 Clinician attitudes, experiences, and use of coercion ; Part 4 The context; 12 Psychiatric coercion: some sociological perspectives ; 13 Human rights in community psychiatry ; 14 The ethics of coercion in community mental health care
3 Community treatment order legislation in the Commonwealth Part 2 The evidence; 4 Descriptive and epidemiological studies ; 5 Assessing the effectiveness of compulsory community treatment ; 6 Informal coercion: current evidence
7 Community coercion in mental health: where to for service-.user-.led research? Part 3 The experience; 8 Coercion contexts-.how compliance is achieved in interaction ; 9 Patient experiences and perceptions of coercion: universal meaning, individual experiences?
Part 5 International perspectives15 Coercion in community mental health treatment in the Americas ; 16 Coercion and mental health services in the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East ; 17 Southeast Asia ; 18 Coercion in Europe ; 19 Coercion in community mental health care: African perspectives
Summary Coercion in Community Mental Health Care: International Perspectives is an essential introduction to the use of coercion in mental health care
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed August 16, 2016)
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Subject Community Mental Health Services -- ethics.
Coercion.
Commitment of Mentally Ill.
Internationality.
Mental Competency.
Mentally Ill Persons -- psychology.
Treatment Refusal -- ethics.
Community mental health services -- Moral and ethical aspects
Community mental health services.
Mentally ill -- Care.
Community mental health services.
Mentally ill -- Care.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare.
Form Electronic book
Author Burns, Tom, editor.
Molodynski, Andrew, editor.
Rugkåsa, Jorun, editor.
ISBN 0191034312
019178950X
9780191034312
9780191789502