- Publisher: JAI Press Inc.
- Format: Hardback | 242 pages
- Dimensions: 147mm x 234mm x 23mm | 476g
- Publication date: 1 June 1999
- Publication City/Country: Bingley
- ISBN 10: 0762304820
- ISBN 13: 9780762304820
- Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
"Coercion in Mental Health Services: International Perspectives".
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Table of contents
List of contributors. Coercion and mental health services: introduction and overview (J.P. Morrissey, J. Monahan). Innovative US Studies. Coercion in the provision of mental health services: the Macarthur studies (J. Monahan et al.). Assessing the operation of a New York City program for involuntary outpatient commitment (H.J. Steadman et al.). Measuring coercion under involuntary outpatient commitment: initial findings from a randomized controlled trial (M.B. Swartz et al.). Conceptual, Measurement, and Outcome Issues - Nordic and American Views. Coercion in psychiatry: an analytical overview (A. Syse). Clients' perception of coercion: a research perspective (G. Hoyer). Methodological issues in measuring coercion in psychiatric treatment (R. Kaltiala-Heino). The effects of coerced psychiatric hospitalization and treatment (R. Nicholson). Ethical considerations: American and British Perspectives. Ethical issues on coercion research in mental health systems (J. Allen). Broadening the agenda of coercion research: addressing the sociopolitical context of risk, violence, and mental disorder (A. Rogers). Bibliographic Resources. Tracing the development of outpatient commitment: an annotated bibliography (D.L. Dennis).