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TitleEthics in Community Mental Health Care [electronic resource] : Commonplace Concerns / edited by Patricia Backlar, David L. Cutler
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 2002
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/b119118
Descript XXI, 243 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Ethics in Community Mental Health Care: Commonplace Concerns examines everyday ethical issues that clinicians encounter as they go about their work caring for people who have severe and persistent mental disorders. Individuals (psychiatrists, social workers, case managers, nurses, psychologists, peer counselors, primary care physicians) who serve on the front line of community mental health clinical and social services find that they must deal, on a daily basis, with significant ethical dilemmas that involve personal, social, and policy matters: overstepping personal boundaries and coercive practices, dealing with violence in the home and in the workplace, breaching confidentiality, and ensuring the rights and welfare of vulnerable individuals. This book prompts and provokes readers to recognize, to analyze, to reflect upon, and to respond to the range of commonplace ethical concerns that arise in community mental health care practice with persons who have mental disorders that may impede their ability to protect their own interests


CONTENT

Commonplace Encounters with Consumer/Patients -- Ethical Issues in Mental Health Services for Culturally Diverse Communities -- Ethical Dilemmas in Providing Supported Housing and Rehabilitation Services -- Personal Boundaries -- Roles, Relationships, and Rules: Boundary Concerns -- Responding to Boundary Conflicts in Community Settings -- Violence and Mental Disorders -- At Home with Threats and Violence -- At Work with Threats and Violence -- Involuntary Interventions -- Involuntary Interventions in Dual Disorders Programs -- Coercion in Mental Health Care -- Why Are Severely Mentally Ill Persons In Jail and Prison? -- Psychiatric Anticipatory Planning -- โ{128}{156}Can I Plan Now for the Mental Treatment I Would Want If I Were in Crisis?โ{128}{157} Oregonโ{128}{153}s Psychiatric Advance Directive -- Psychiaric Health Care Proxies in Massachusetts: Much To Do About Nothing, So Far -- Research Ethics -- Ethics in Neurobiological Research: One Consumer/Providerโ{128}{153}s Perspective -- Conflicting Interests -- Pharmaceutical Industry Support of Psychiatric Research and Education: Ethical Issues and Proposed Remedies


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