Coercion in Mental Health Services-International Perspectives Vol 10 (Research in Community & Mental Health) Morrisey/Monahan


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  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10: 0762304820
  • Publisher: JAI Press
  • Date published: 1999
  • Pages: 229
  • Size: 6.75 x 9.5 x 1 inches
  • Dewey: 362.1
  • Keywords: Pschology Mental Health Counselling Cognitive Behaviour

Book Description

JAI Press, 1999. Bottle green hardcover with gilt lettering and black decoration, a very attractive book. Even though it is of withdrawn university stock, it remains in very good condition. Two labels inside,one to spine and two inkstamps inside also. Boards remain clean, bright and barely scuffed. Pages are clean and tight. The only real flaw is that the boards are slightly curved | 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. Høyer). 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).