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eBook A Human Condition: v. 2: Mental Health Act from 1959 to 1975 - Observations, Analysis and Proposals for Reform (A MIND special report) ePub

by Lawrence O. Gostin

  • ISBN: 090055732X
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Lawrence O. Gostin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: MIND (February 1977)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1544 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1696 kb
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Gostin, Larry O. Bibliographic Citation. London, England: MIND, 1975. A Human Condition, Volume 2: The Law Relating to Mentally Abnormal Offenders: Observation, Analysis, and Proposals for Reform . Gostin, Larry O. (1977). Related Items in Google Scholar. London: MIND (National Association for Mental Health), 1977. A Human Condition: The Mental Health Act From 1959 to 1975; Observations, Analysis and Proposals for Reform, Volume 1 . (1975).

the Mental Health Act from 1959 to 1975 : observations, analysis and proposals for reform. Published 1975 by Mind (National Association for Mental Health) in London.

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A human condition Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove A human condition from your list? A human condition. the Mental Health Act from 1959 to 1975, observations, analysis and proposals for reform. Published 1975 by MIND in London.

The predecessor to this Act was the Mental Health Act 1959. The Mental Health Act from 1959 to 1975: observations, analysis and proposals for reform. Vol 1 London: MIND, 1975. It had assumed that anyone compulsorily detained also lacked capacity to consent to treatment. Second opinions’ were informal and purely advisory, and the ultimate responsibility for psychiatric treatment rested with the patient’s own, not infrequently paternalistic, psychiatrist. 3). Eastman N. Reforming mental health law in England and Wales BMJ 2006; 332: 737-8. Competing interests: None declared. Competing interests: No competing interests.

Gostin, L. 1975, 1977, A Human Condition, The Mental Health Act from 1959 to 1975: Observations, Analysis and Proposals for Reform, 2 volumes, M. I. . Graham, J. D. 1977, Cannabis Now, . Ingelby, . e. 1981, Critical Psychiatry: The Politics of Mental Health, Penguin, Harmonsworth. Kraüpl-Taylor, . 1979, The Concepts of Illness. Disease and Morbus, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Gostin, Larry . A Human Condition: The Mental Health Act from 1959 to 1975, Observations, Analysis and Proposals for Reform (London: Mind, 1975). 70. Unsworth, op. cit. (note 17), 342–3. 71. Gostin, op. (note 69), 15. 72. For example, Co-ordination or Chaos? The Rundown of the Psychiatric Hospitals (London: MIND, 1974); MIND’s Evidence to the Committee of Enquiry into Special Education (London: MIND, 1975); MIND, The Mental Handicap Component in Social Work Training (London: MIND, 1977)

A Human Condition: v. 2: Mental Health Act from 1959 to 1975 - Observations, Analysis and Proposals for Reform. Principles of Mental Health Law and Policy. by Lawrence Gostin and Jean McHale.

A Human Condition: v. by Lawrence O. Gostin. Public Health Law and Ethics: A Reader (California/ Milbank Books on Health & the Public) (California/Milbank Books on Health and the Public).

The Mental Health Act 1983 (. 0) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which applies to people in England and Wales.