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Psychiatry and the Law : Basic Principles.

By: Wasser, Tobias.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (198 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319631486.Subject(s): Psychiatrists--Malpractice--GermanyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Psychiatry and the Law : Basic PrinciplesDDC classification: 344.43043999999998 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- About the Editor -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Contributors -- 1: Introduction: Why Understanding the Law Matters -- Connecting the Law to Clinical Work -- Case Example -- Initial Presentation -- Hospital Course -- Preparing for Discharge -- How to Make Use of This Book -- References -- 2: Informed Consent -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Case: Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health, 110 SCt 2841 (1990) -- Basics of Informed Consent -- Core Principles of Cruzan -- Cruzan Affirmed Competent Decision-Making -- Treatment Decisions of Incompetent Patients Should Be Based on Previously Expressed Preferences -- Be Familiar with Relevant Statutes -- Cruzan Defined Artificial Nutrition and Hydration as Medical Treatment -- Cruzan and the Potential for Defensive Medicine -- References -- 3: Confidentiality and Privilege -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Real Case and Its Significance: What Really Happened -- Jaffee v. Redmond, US Supreme Court, 1996 [1, 2] -- Core Principles in Understanding Confidentiality -- Distinguishing Confidentiality Vs. Privilege -- Common Exceptions to Confidentiality -- Mandatory Reporting Duties -- HIPAA: Frequently Asked Questions -- References -- 4: Duties to Third Parties -- Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened -- Tarasoff v. The Regents of the University of California, Supreme Court of California 1974 -- Tarasoff v. The Regents of the University of California, Supreme Court of California 1976 ("Tarasoff II") -- Duties to Third Parties: Introduction -- Trends in Duties Toward Third Parties -- Concerns Raised by Tarasoff -- Assessing Threats -- Responding to Threats -- Warnings -- State-by-State Variation -- Discharging a Tarasoff Duty -- Given all this confusion, what do you actually do to fulfill your professional duty? -- Assessment -- Risk Management -- Warnings.
Documentation -- Liability -- References -- 5: Voluntary and Involuntary Hospitalization -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Real Case (Zinermon v. Burch, 494 US 113 (1990)) -- Background/Facts -- Process and Outcome -- Core Principles -- Background -- Legal Theory and History -- Ethics -- Outcomes -- References -- 6: Civil Commitment and Involuntary Outpatient Commitment -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Real Legal Case -- Involuntary Psychiatric Commitment -- Brief History of Civil Commitment Laws in the United States -- Contemporary Civil Commitment Laws -- Types of Involuntary Commitment -- Involuntary Outpatient Commitment -- Legal and Statutory Requirements for Commitment Laws -- Involuntary Commitment of Minors -- References -- 7: Involuntary Medication -- Clinical Vignette -- Historical Case: Washington v. Harper, US Supreme Court, 1990 -- Core Considerations -- History of Involuntary Medication Treatment and Landmark Cases -- Conceptualizing Approaches to Involuntary Treatment -- Emergency Versus Non-emergency Medication -- Treatment-Driven Models -- Rights-Driven Models -- Competence vs. Dangerousness -- Consequences for Inappropriately Administered Treatment -- Professional Ethics Complaints -- Criminal Charges -- Malpractice -- Civil Rights Violations -- Summary -- References -- 8: Civil Competence -- Clinical Vignette: Part One -- Questions to Consider Based on Part One -- Clinical Vignette: Part Two -- History of the Real Life Legal Case -- Clinical Discussion -- Medical Capacity -- When to Proceed with a Proxy or Substitute Decision-Maker -- Considerations with Regard to Jehovah's Witness Patients -- References -- 9: Ethics -- Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened? -- Lessons from the Case: Ethics, Morality, Law, and the Medical Profession -- Principles of Medical Ethics As Applicable to Psychiatry.
The Physician-Patient Relationship -- Psychiatrists' Relationship with Other Providers and Third Parties -- Other Duties of the Ethical Psychiatrist -- Ethical Guidelines for the Practice of Forensic Psychiatry -- Dual Agency -- Informed Consent and Confidentiality -- Honesty and Striving for Objectivity -- Other Ethical Issues Pertinent to Forensic Psychiatry -- Take Home Messages -- References -- 10: Malpractice -- The Scenario -- What Really Happened -- Thompson v. Patton, Supreme Court of Alabama, 2008 [1] -- Discussion -- Requirements for Malpractice -- Duty -- Dereliction of Duty -- Damages -- Causation -- Common Claims of Malpractice in Psychiatry -- Suicide Malpractice -- Medication Malpractice -- Sexual Misconduct Malpractice -- Malpractice Defense -- Considerations for the Forensic Expert Witness -- Take-Home PEARLS -- References -- 11: Suicide Risk Assessment -- Case Vignette -- Case Analysis and Example Risk Assessment -- Risk Factors -- Protective Factors -- Suicide Risk Categorization: High -- Introduction -- Psychiatric Evaluation -- Risk Factors -- Static Risk Factors -- Dynamic Risk Factors -- Protective Factors -- Setting -- Emergency Department -- Inpatient Setting -- Outpatient Setting -- Correctional Settings -- Approaches to Suicide Risk Assessment -- Documentation and Legal Considerations -- References -- 12: Violence Risk Assessment -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Real Case and Its Significance -- Core Principles of the Topic -- Approaches to Risk Assessment -- Risk Factors for Violence -- Risk Assessment Instruments -- HCR-20 -- PCL-R -- LSI-R -- ICT -- Reconsideration of the Clinical Vignette and Actual Case -- Summary and Recommendations -- References -- 13: Substance Abuse and the Law -- Synthesized Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened: Robinson v. California, US Supreme Court [1] -- Core Principles.
Addiction as a Disease -- History of Addiction in Medicine -- Current State of Accepted Knowledge -- Practical Diagnostic Considerations -- What Does This Mean for Your Assessment of Mr. Zimmerman? -- Choice Versus Compulsion -- The "First" Use -- Choice in the Course of Continued Use -- Conceptualizing Treatment and Remission -- What Does This Mean for Your Assessment of Mr. Zimmerman? -- Substance Use Disorder as Gateway to "Other" Crime -- Relationship of Criminal Behavior and Substance Use -- What Does This Mean for Your Assessment of Mr. Zimmerman? -- Punishment Versus Rehabilitation -- What Does This Mean for Your Assessment of Mr. Zimmerman? -- References -- 14: Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry -- Clinical Vignette -- Graham v. Florida, US Supreme Court, 2010 [1] -- Introduction -- The Differences Between Children and Adults in the Court Were Not Always Clear -- The Supreme Court and Sentencing of Juveniles -- Factors Considered in Determining Partial Culpability -- References -- 15: Special Topics in Forensic Psychiatry: The Insanity Defense and Competence to Stand Trial -- Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity -- Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened -- M'Naghten's Case, Eng. Rep. 718 [1] -- Core Principles of the Topic -- Conclusion -- Competence to Stand Trial -- Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened -- Dusky v. United States, 362 U.S. 402 [8] -- Core Principles of the Topic -- Conclusion -- References -- 16: Conclusion: How to Learn More About Forensic Psychiatry -- References -- Index.
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Intro -- Preface -- About the Editor -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Contributors -- 1: Introduction: Why Understanding the Law Matters -- Connecting the Law to Clinical Work -- Case Example -- Initial Presentation -- Hospital Course -- Preparing for Discharge -- How to Make Use of This Book -- References -- 2: Informed Consent -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Case: Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health, 110 SCt 2841 (1990) -- Basics of Informed Consent -- Core Principles of Cruzan -- Cruzan Affirmed Competent Decision-Making -- Treatment Decisions of Incompetent Patients Should Be Based on Previously Expressed Preferences -- Be Familiar with Relevant Statutes -- Cruzan Defined Artificial Nutrition and Hydration as Medical Treatment -- Cruzan and the Potential for Defensive Medicine -- References -- 3: Confidentiality and Privilege -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Real Case and Its Significance: What Really Happened -- Jaffee v. Redmond, US Supreme Court, 1996 [1, 2] -- Core Principles in Understanding Confidentiality -- Distinguishing Confidentiality Vs. Privilege -- Common Exceptions to Confidentiality -- Mandatory Reporting Duties -- HIPAA: Frequently Asked Questions -- References -- 4: Duties to Third Parties -- Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened -- Tarasoff v. The Regents of the University of California, Supreme Court of California 1974 -- Tarasoff v. The Regents of the University of California, Supreme Court of California 1976 ("Tarasoff II") -- Duties to Third Parties: Introduction -- Trends in Duties Toward Third Parties -- Concerns Raised by Tarasoff -- Assessing Threats -- Responding to Threats -- Warnings -- State-by-State Variation -- Discharging a Tarasoff Duty -- Given all this confusion, what do you actually do to fulfill your professional duty? -- Assessment -- Risk Management -- Warnings.

Documentation -- Liability -- References -- 5: Voluntary and Involuntary Hospitalization -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Real Case (Zinermon v. Burch, 494 US 113 (1990)) -- Background/Facts -- Process and Outcome -- Core Principles -- Background -- Legal Theory and History -- Ethics -- Outcomes -- References -- 6: Civil Commitment and Involuntary Outpatient Commitment -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Real Legal Case -- Involuntary Psychiatric Commitment -- Brief History of Civil Commitment Laws in the United States -- Contemporary Civil Commitment Laws -- Types of Involuntary Commitment -- Involuntary Outpatient Commitment -- Legal and Statutory Requirements for Commitment Laws -- Involuntary Commitment of Minors -- References -- 7: Involuntary Medication -- Clinical Vignette -- Historical Case: Washington v. Harper, US Supreme Court, 1990 -- Core Considerations -- History of Involuntary Medication Treatment and Landmark Cases -- Conceptualizing Approaches to Involuntary Treatment -- Emergency Versus Non-emergency Medication -- Treatment-Driven Models -- Rights-Driven Models -- Competence vs. Dangerousness -- Consequences for Inappropriately Administered Treatment -- Professional Ethics Complaints -- Criminal Charges -- Malpractice -- Civil Rights Violations -- Summary -- References -- 8: Civil Competence -- Clinical Vignette: Part One -- Questions to Consider Based on Part One -- Clinical Vignette: Part Two -- History of the Real Life Legal Case -- Clinical Discussion -- Medical Capacity -- When to Proceed with a Proxy or Substitute Decision-Maker -- Considerations with Regard to Jehovah's Witness Patients -- References -- 9: Ethics -- Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened? -- Lessons from the Case: Ethics, Morality, Law, and the Medical Profession -- Principles of Medical Ethics As Applicable to Psychiatry.

The Physician-Patient Relationship -- Psychiatrists' Relationship with Other Providers and Third Parties -- Other Duties of the Ethical Psychiatrist -- Ethical Guidelines for the Practice of Forensic Psychiatry -- Dual Agency -- Informed Consent and Confidentiality -- Honesty and Striving for Objectivity -- Other Ethical Issues Pertinent to Forensic Psychiatry -- Take Home Messages -- References -- 10: Malpractice -- The Scenario -- What Really Happened -- Thompson v. Patton, Supreme Court of Alabama, 2008 [1] -- Discussion -- Requirements for Malpractice -- Duty -- Dereliction of Duty -- Damages -- Causation -- Common Claims of Malpractice in Psychiatry -- Suicide Malpractice -- Medication Malpractice -- Sexual Misconduct Malpractice -- Malpractice Defense -- Considerations for the Forensic Expert Witness -- Take-Home PEARLS -- References -- 11: Suicide Risk Assessment -- Case Vignette -- Case Analysis and Example Risk Assessment -- Risk Factors -- Protective Factors -- Suicide Risk Categorization: High -- Introduction -- Psychiatric Evaluation -- Risk Factors -- Static Risk Factors -- Dynamic Risk Factors -- Protective Factors -- Setting -- Emergency Department -- Inpatient Setting -- Outpatient Setting -- Correctional Settings -- Approaches to Suicide Risk Assessment -- Documentation and Legal Considerations -- References -- 12: Violence Risk Assessment -- Clinical Vignette -- History of the Real Case and Its Significance -- Core Principles of the Topic -- Approaches to Risk Assessment -- Risk Factors for Violence -- Risk Assessment Instruments -- HCR-20 -- PCL-R -- LSI-R -- ICT -- Reconsideration of the Clinical Vignette and Actual Case -- Summary and Recommendations -- References -- 13: Substance Abuse and the Law -- Synthesized Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened: Robinson v. California, US Supreme Court [1] -- Core Principles.

Addiction as a Disease -- History of Addiction in Medicine -- Current State of Accepted Knowledge -- Practical Diagnostic Considerations -- What Does This Mean for Your Assessment of Mr. Zimmerman? -- Choice Versus Compulsion -- The "First" Use -- Choice in the Course of Continued Use -- Conceptualizing Treatment and Remission -- What Does This Mean for Your Assessment of Mr. Zimmerman? -- Substance Use Disorder as Gateway to "Other" Crime -- Relationship of Criminal Behavior and Substance Use -- What Does This Mean for Your Assessment of Mr. Zimmerman? -- Punishment Versus Rehabilitation -- What Does This Mean for Your Assessment of Mr. Zimmerman? -- References -- 14: Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry -- Clinical Vignette -- Graham v. Florida, US Supreme Court, 2010 [1] -- Introduction -- The Differences Between Children and Adults in the Court Were Not Always Clear -- The Supreme Court and Sentencing of Juveniles -- Factors Considered in Determining Partial Culpability -- References -- 15: Special Topics in Forensic Psychiatry: The Insanity Defense and Competence to Stand Trial -- Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity -- Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened -- M'Naghten's Case, Eng. Rep. 718 [1] -- Core Principles of the Topic -- Conclusion -- Competence to Stand Trial -- Clinical Vignette -- What Really Happened -- Dusky v. United States, 362 U.S. 402 [8] -- Core Principles of the Topic -- Conclusion -- References -- 16: Conclusion: How to Learn More About Forensic Psychiatry -- References -- Index.

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