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Psychiatry, Human Rights and the Law (Paperback)

17th June 2009
Psychiatry, Human Rights

This thought-provoking volume is based on papers given by practising and academic lawyers, judges, psychiatrists, forensic experts and sociologists to a recent conference in Cambridge.

The contributors consider possible approaches towards the resolution of the main dilemmas that face psychiatry, society and the law, and towards healing the rifts that have developed between the different professions concerned with the mentally ill.

They also consider the best means of promoting more humane, successful and socially efficient services.

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