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Psychology & Counseling
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    Bruce J Ennis
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Citing studies that mental patients are less dangerous as a group than the ""average"" citizen, he advocates outpatient .

Citing studies that mental patients are less dangerous as a group than the ""average"" citizen, he advocates outpatient care with limited periods of incarceration for only those few who are dangerous to society. He points to California's experience with a new law limiting involuntary hospitalization to those who have committed dangerous acts as evidence that even the few who must be hospitalized can be quickly returned to the community.

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Are the Mentally Ill being Criminalised?: Admission of Prisoners to Psychiatric Hospitals before and after . Sex Differences in Patients Admitted to a Regional Secure Unit. Medicine, Science and the Law, Vol. 35, Issue.

Are the Mentally Ill being Criminalised?: Admission of Prisoners to Psychiatric Hospitals before and after the 1986 Mental Health Act (Vic). Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol. 23, Issue.

Psychiatry and the Presumption of Expertise: Flipping Coins .

Psychiatry and the Presumption of Expertise: Flipping Coins in the Courtroom. by. Ennis and Thomas R. Litwack. Psychiatrists are also allowed to describe the potential patient using technical terminology and psy-. assistance of the National Institute of Mental Health Clearinghouse, which supplied us abstracts of all relevant studies and articles-published and d in their computerized files. 4. We use the word "examine," rather than "re-examine," because psychia-trists have never been required to prove their expertise.

Lawyers and law students who want to understand, from the perspective of the clinician, issues in mental health may .

Lawyers and law students who want to understand, from the perspective of the clinician, issues in mental health may also find this work useful. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved). The case presented here focuses on guidance for capacity determination and informed consent for such nanodrugs.

Department of Psychiatry Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts. The Johns Hopkins University Press. I wrote this book to encourage psychiatrists and other mental health profes-sionals to think about what we do, and to help everyone else understand some-thing more about what psychiatrists and other mental health clinicians do. Most clinicians are practical people: they do not theorize; they live in the world of the concrete.

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