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Information, consent and perceived coercion: patients' perspectives
of information, consent and perceived coercion. Method Seventeen papers and reports were .... patients' perspectives on electroconvulsive therapy. DIANA S.
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Consent procedures and electroconvulsive therapy in South Africa
Keywords: Electroconvulsive therapy; Mental Health Care Act; Consent. Received: 30.08.05 ... In brief, from an ethical perspective the psychiatrist. ( medical fraternity) ..... Information, Consent and Perceived Coercion: patients' perspectives on ...
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Smith et al. 2009 - ECT Resources Center
... patients and their family members described their perceptions of having electroconvulsive ... coerced to give consent for the treatment and patients expressed concerns ... the researcher were given more information and, if they chose ..... consent and perceived coercion: Patients' perspectives on electroconvulsive therapy.
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Memory and cognitive effects of ECT: informing and assessing
of patients' views on ECT (Service User Research. Institute ... developing adequate and relevant tools to assess patients; and providing consent that is fully informed. Defining ...... and perceived coercion: patients' perspectives on electro-.
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Voices of people who have received ECT - Indian Journal of Medical
reviews of patients' perspectives of ECT claim that at least one- third of patients ... of informed consent, (iv) perceived coercion, (v) perceived benefits of ECT, (vi) ...
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Knowledge, experience & attitudes concerning electroconvulsive
with aspects such as informed consent, fear of treatment and memory impairment . Although patients ... Key words Awareness - ECT - patients - perceptions - relatives. Although ...... Information, consent and perceived coercion: patients' perspectives ... Patients' perspectives on electroconvulsive therapy: systematic review.
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The Administration of Electroconvulsive Therapy in Northern Ireland
Nov 16, 2012 ... Patient Perspective. • Information, consent and perceived coercion: patients' perspectives on ECT. Rose et al, British Journal of Psychiatry, Jan, ...
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The Basis for Detention - Department of Health
The Detention of Voluntary and Involuntary Patients in Mental Health ..... 28 Bonsack C, Borgeat F, Perceived Coercion and Need for Hospitalization ... O' Neill H, Kennedy HG, Extra Information about Treatment is too much for ..... From an ethical perspective, a person who gives unambiguous consent to entering a mental.
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Service User Perspectives On The Impact Of A Mental Illness
Information, consent and perceived coercion: patients' perspectives on electroconvulsive therapy. British Journal of Psychiatry 186, 54-59. Rose D., Thornicroft ...
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Review of Consumers' Perspectives On Electro -
Systematically to describe and summarise consumers' perspectives on ECT ... Consent and information about ECT (chapter 6). • Perceived ... Some clinical papers argue that even though many patients felt they had no choice or ... The testimony data makes it clear that 'perceived benefit' from ECT may be both discrepant.
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Why involve service users in research?
Presentations to conferences, patient groups, staff ... NICE guidelines on ECT. • A model ... perspective of mental health service users. .... Rose, D., Wykes, T., Bindman, J. & Fleischmann, P. (2005) Information, consent and perceived coercion:.
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Weight Loss and Anorexia With Quetiapine - Psychiatric Services
... ECT patients are given full and truthful information about ... mation, consent, and perceived coercion: patients' perspectives on electroconvulsive therapy.
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Attitudes of patients with anorexia nervosa to compulsory treatment
Nov 18, 2009 ... Psychiatric patients' perceptions of coercion are complex and not ... Patient records were not accessed, so all information was obtained from the participants themselves. ... other types of compulsion such as parental consent for treatment, ..... Perspectives of patients and relatives about electroconvulsive ...
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A comparison of participant information by service user researchers
... was on perceived coercion among patients compulsori- ... ceived coercion to researchers who ... two measures of perceived coercion that were ... their informed consent and then car- ried out ..... perspectives on electroconvulsive therapy:.
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What is forced treatment - a myth buster - MHE
Coercive treatment most often entails the administration of psychiatric drugs ... consider the differences in the perspectives of medical professionals and patients . ... What is informed consent to psychiatric treatment? ... electroconvulsive therapy (also known as 'electroshock therapy'), despite the ... perception and judgment.
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Shock Therapy:It's Not a Thing of the Past
associated with electroshock, or electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), comes from ... the treatment is given to mental patients ... this is a mistaken idea promulgated through the popular false perceptions of ECT. ... The idea of informed consent is founded on “the principle that a physician ... ONE PRACTITIONER'S PERSPECTIVE.
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medical, ethical and legal considerations of electroconvulsive therapy
from a medical, ethical and legal perspective. This article is ... ity of a psychiatric patient to consent to such treatment in an informed manner may also render.
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Get PDF (195K) - Wiley Online Library
Coercive Treatment in Psychiatry: Clinical, Legal and Ethical Aspects, First Edition. ... Person-centred psychiatry perspectives on coercion and cooperation 3 .... give informed consent (see Chapter 17) to attitudes of professionals towards ..... Although there are no scientific studies of patient's perception in those cultures.
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The “Voluntary” Inpatient Treatment of Adults Under Guardianship
Mar 9, 2015 ... electroconvulsive therapy, or other forms of treatment”). ... ophrenic Patients to Give Informed Consent, 31 HOSP. & CMTY. PSYCHIATRY 205 (1980);. Robert P. Roca, Determining Decisional Capacity: A Medical Perspective, 62 FORDHAM L. REV. ..... B. Voluntary Inpatient Admission: Coercion and Choice.
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Coercive Interventions during Inpatient Psychiatric Care Patient's
modern perspective, many of the old approaches to treating mental disorders now seem ... Another therapy with many-side effects was electroshock therapy .... attitudes and perceptions of coercive measures, patients report very negative ..... requirements for informed consent, as the research involved no risks to the patients,.
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