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A Clinician’s Brief Guide to Children’s Mental Health Law

A Clinician’s Brief Guide to Children’s Mental Health Law Book review Sarah Huline-Dickens deprivation of liberty) may directly challenge a A Clinician’s Brief RCPsych publications decision made under alternative legislation Guide to Children’s Mental Health Law 2016 (e.g. the MHA). The chapter helpfully focusses Review DOI on five specific articles from the HRA that is of 10.1108/IJHRH-05-2017-0021 most relevance to CAMHS clinicians. Chapter 3 begins by introducing that the Children Act (1989 and 2004) describing it as It is perhaps unfair to begin the review of a text being “intended to bring together various by splitting hairs over the title, but given the pieces of legislation about children and to enthusiastic foreword stating that the guide is assimilate private law with public law”. In the written by a psychiatrist for the “use of honest discussion of the issues around this psychiatrists”, and that the imprimatur is the act, I am not sure Chapter 3 convinces me it Royal College of Psychiatrists, this text is not was successful in achieving this! Once again really a guide for CAMHS “clinicians” but a the author has helpfully distilled out the main psychiatrist’s brief guide to children’s mental parts of the act that relate to children’s mental health law. health law, in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare Emerald Publishing

A Clinician’s Brief Guide to Children’s Mental Health Law

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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2056-4902
DOI
10.1108/IJHRH-05-2017-0021
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Abstract

Book review Sarah Huline-Dickens deprivation of liberty) may directly challenge a A Clinician’s Brief RCPsych publications decision made under alternative legislation Guide to Children’s Mental Health Law 2016 (e.g. the MHA). The chapter helpfully focusses Review DOI on five specific articles from the HRA that is of 10.1108/IJHRH-05-2017-0021 most relevance to CAMHS clinicians. Chapter 3 begins by introducing that the Children Act (1989 and 2004) describing it as It is perhaps unfair to begin the review of a text being “intended to bring together various by splitting hairs over the title, but given the pieces of legislation about children and to enthusiastic foreword stating that the guide is assimilate private law with public law”. In the written by a psychiatrist for the “use of honest discussion of the issues around this psychiatrists”, and that the imprimatur is the act, I am not sure Chapter 3 convinces me it Royal College of Psychiatrists, this text is not was successful in achieving this! Once again really a guide for CAMHS “clinicians” but a the author has helpfully distilled out the main psychiatrist’s brief guide to children’s mental parts of the act that relate to children’s mental health law. health law, in

Journal

International Journal of Human Rights in HealthcareEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 10, 2017

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