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Review of the Mental Health Act 1983

Great Britain. Dept. of Health. Expert Committee.

Review of the Mental Health Act 1983

report of the Expert Committee.

by Great Britain. Dept. of Health. Expert Committee.

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Published by Dept. of Health in [London] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Great Britain.,
    • Mental health laws -- Great Britain.,
    • Insane -- Commitment and detention -- Great Britain.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD3412 .A3 1999a
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 170 p. ;
      Number of Pages170
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6807885M
      ISBN 101841821233
      LC Control Number00272910

        The Effect of Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment on Assessments under the Mental Health Act: An Increased Workload for Approved Social Workers?. British Journal of Social Work, Vol. 39, Issue. 5, p. The New Mental Health Act: An Easy Read Guide The New Mental Health Act 01 What is ‘The Mental Health Act’ all about? 1 02 Advance statements 5 People 03 Named person 17 04 Independent advocacy 25 05 The rights of carers 31 06 Mental health officer (MHO) 39 Organisations 07 The Mental Welfare Commission 47 08 The Mental Health Tribunal 55 09 Health Boards and local authorities

      In The Mental Capacity Act came into effect providing a new statutory framework for decision making. This book is a practical guide to working within the requirements of the Act, identifying situations where staff will need to be familiar with the Act and Code of Practice and providing checklists and exercises to help people to ensure compliance with the new requirements.   Care Act support for local authorities and care providers from SCIE - Duration: Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) 88, views.

      Author information: (1)Mental Health Nursing, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK. Section 5(4) (nurse's holding power) of the Mental Health Act permits nurses of the 'prescribed class' to detain an informal inpatient. The patient must already be receiving treatment for mental disorder. The section lasts for up to 6 h. This chapter provides evidence about the key problems relating to detention under a section of the Mental Health Act (HMSO, ), including assessment, referral and treatment) (see Section ), and the key requirements for high-quality service user experience (see Section ). Further information about the source of evidence for the review of key problems can be found in Chapter 4.


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Published 6 December Author: Department of Health And Social Care. The Mental Health Act (c) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which applies to people in England and covers the reception, care and treatment of mentally disordered persons, the management of their property and other related matters.

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-- Mental Health Act Mental Health Services. United Kingdom. The Prime Minister asked for a review of the law about mental health. The law about mental health is set out in a law called The Mental Health Act She asked us to look at: • Why more people are being kept in a hospital for their own safety or for the safety of other people.

I commend Claire Barcham's The Pocketbook Guide to Mental Health Act Assessments: IBSN 13 9. Claire's book is more like a Hayne's manual and gives aide de memoirs which spur the AMHP into considering all facets while setting up, conducting and operationalising admissions if deemed s:   Too many of those sectioned under the Mental Health Act receive a lack of dignity and respect from staff, according to the review of legislation, which has identified a series of problems with it.

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The government will introduce a new Mental Health Act to transform mental health care, following the publication of the final report from the Independent Review of the Mental Health Act Those detained under the Act will be allowed to nominate a person of their choice to.

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