This is an easy-to-read guide to understanding those parts of the Mental Health Act 2007 which clinicians need in their daily practice. It covers civil and court detentions, community treatment orders, consent to treatment and giving written and oral evidence for Mental Health Tribunals.... Tribunal of the Health, Education and Social Care chamber, known as the FTT, the Mental Health Tribunal or just the Tribunal. ... The appeals panel will expect written reports from the Responsible Clinician, a nurse (or the care coordinator for a patient on a ... Under this circumstance, although it is essential for the Responsible Clinician to address the issue of dangerousness at the ... The guidance below, in relation to writing reports and giving 81 Appeals against detention/compulsion.
|Title||:||A Clinician's Brief Guide to the Mental Health Act|
|Publisher||:||RCPsych Publications - 2012|