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Missouri's New Mental Health Act: The Problems With Progress, Valerie Hughes Staulcup Jan 1979

Missouri's New Mental Health Act: The Problems With Progress, Valerie Hughes Staulcup

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Hew Proposed Policy On The Protection Of Human Subjects: Experimentation And The Institutionalized Mentally Disabled Jan 1975

Hew Proposed Policy On The Protection Of Human Subjects: Experimentation And The Institutionalized Mentally Disabled

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No abstract provided.


Civil Commitment: Recognition Of Patients’ Right To Treatment, Donaldson V. O’Connor, 493 F.2d 507 (5th Cir. 1974) Jan 1974

Civil Commitment: Recognition Of Patients’ Right To Treatment, Donaldson V. O’Connor, 493 F.2d 507 (5th Cir. 1974)

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Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization Of The Mentally Ill In The Metropolis: An Empirical Study, George E. Dix Jan 1968

Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization Of The Mentally Ill In The Metropolis: An Empirical Study, George E. Dix

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Part I describes the development of the legal framework for legally-proscribed criteria for nonvoluntary hospitalization. Part II is a description of how the purportedly regulated system actually works, applied at various points in the process. While the discussion is structured as a description of the steps from the community to full-time hospitalization, the descriptions and the illustrative examples should present a fairly complete picture of the variety of situations with which a metropolitan public acute psychiatric hospitalization service is called upon to deal. Part III is a discussion of one central legal issue, the role of the judiciary in the ...