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Involuntary Detention and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: International Perspectives on Civil Commitment

edited by Kate Diesfeld, Ian Freckelton
Format
Book
Published
Aldershot, Hampshire ; Burlington : Ashgate, c2003.
Language
English
ISBN
0754622665 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • Pt. 1. Introduction / Kate Diesfeld and Ian Freckelton
  • pt. 2. International apporaches. A therapeutic jurisprudence model for civil commitment / Bruce J. Winick ; Involuntary treatment: searching for principles / Genevra Richardson ; The rights of involuntarily admitted psychiatric patients: European developments / Johan Legemaate
  • pt. 3. Involuntary detention of those with mental illnesses. Where is the asylum? / Suzy Stevens ; Decision-making by psychiatrists about involuntary detention / Ruth Vine ; Choosing among options for compulsory care / John Dawson ; All locked up with nowhere to go: treatment refusal in the involuntarily hospitalised psychiatric population in Canada / Mona Gupta
  • pt. 4. Review of involuntary detention decision-making. The release of Judge Schreber in Saxony 1902: an historic example of modern decision-making about involuntary detention / Ian Freckelton ; Therapeutic potential in review of involuntary detention / Stephanie du Fresne ; Mental health review tribunals / Elizabeth Perkins ; Patients' views of the mental health review tribunal procedure in England / Nicola Ferencz ; Discharge of restricted patients from special hospitals in England and Wales: law and practice / Lucy Scott-Moncrieff
  • pt. 5. Legal criteria for involuntary detention of those with mental illnesses. Involuntary detention decision-making, criteria and hearing procedures: an opportunity for therapeutic jurisprudence in action / Ian Freckelton ; Capacity and confinement: when is detention not detention? / Peter Bartlett ; Insights on "insight": the impact of extra-legislative factors on decisions to discharge detained patients / Kate Diesfeld ; Involuntary detention of persons found not guilty of murder by reason of mental impairment or found unfit to stand trial: a new jurisprudence from Victoria / Ian Freckelton
  • pt. 6. Involuntary outpatient detention. Coerced community treatment: international trends and outcomes / Virginia Aldige' Hiday ; Mandated community treatment: the potential role of violence risk assessment / John Monahan ; Clinical perspective on involuntary outpatient treatment: efficacy and ethics / Alexander I.F. Simpson ; Rights issues on compulsory community treatment / Sylvia Bell
  • pt. 7. Intellectual disabilities and involuntary detention. Throwing away the key: people with intellectual disability and involuntary detention / Kelley Johnson and Sue Tait ; New Zealand's intellectual disability (compulsory care) legislation) / Warren J. Brookbanks ; Criteria for discharge of people with learning disabilities: a comparative analysis / Kate Diesfeld.
Description
xlv, 630 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [579]-621) and index.
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