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Forensic Psychiatry: Clinical, Legal & Ethical Issues

ISBN13: 9780750623179
ISBN: 0750623179
Published: March 1995
Publisher: Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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Covers a range of issues concerned with the interaction between law and psychiatry. The text focuses on mentally-disordered offenders, but also deals with related problems such as victims of offenders, accidents and compensation matters.

The law, adult mental disorder and the psychiatrist; a comparative survey of medico-legal systems; the courts and bodies overseeing and administrating the laws in the UK; juveniles - laws and facilities in UK; the psychosocial milieu of the offender; organic disorders; psychosis, violence, crime; personality disorders; deception, self-deception and dissociation; addictions and dependences - their associations with offending; non-psychotic violence; disordered and offensive sexual behaviour; 95 percent of crime; female offenders; dangerousness; treatment and management issues; forensic psychiatry for the health service of England and Wales; non-medical settings; secure institutions - their characteristics and problems; psychiatric reports for legal purposes; ethics in forensic psychiatry; victims and survivors. Appendices: list of cases; Acts of Parliament.