Men in white coats treatment under coercion george szmukler discusses involuntary treatment in the context of human rights provides case studies to enrich the readers understanding of the topic written in an accessible and clear style so readers from various perspectives and backgrounds and look over this interesting and timely topic. The book examines medical treatment under coercion and its justifications psychiatry springs to mind as most associated with coercion here the fundamental criteria governing detention and involuntary treatment have remained fundamentally unchanged for over two centuries first the person has a mental disorder largely undefined and second there is a risk of significant harm to the . Men in white coats treatment under coercion 26 12 2017 no comments share if youre an ordinary medical or surgical patient or any patient other than a psychiatric patient you can refuse any treatment that is being offered to you if you dont want it even if the outcome might be grave however there is one situation . Men in white coats treatment under coercion by george szmukler oup oxford 2017 2999 pb 276 pp isbn 9780198801047 martin curtice discover the worlds research 15 million members
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