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A mental disorder of a kind or degree warranting confinement: Examining justifications for psychiatric detention
It has long been the case in jurisprudence under the European Convention on Human Rights that mental disorder must be of a certain severity in order to justify detention, but there has been little meaningful debate as to ...
What do patients find restrictive about forensic mental health services? A qualitative study
AbstractForensic care settings are often isolated spaces with high levels of security. Where these settings are overly restrictive, this can affect recovery, autonomy and the therapeutic milieu. It is not clear what phenomena ...