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Paternalism or autonomy? Ethics, ideology, and science in refugee mental health interventions 

Paternalism or autonomy? Ethics, ideology, and science in refugee mental health interventions
Chapter:
Paternalism or autonomy? Ethics, ideology, and science in refugee mental health interventions
Source:
Mental Health of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Author(s):

Derrick Silove

and Susan Rees

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199557226.003.0018

Chapter 18 considers how ambiguities relating to these ethical concepts have influenced debate and practice in the refugee mental health field, across areas of service development, treatment, and research. A focus on clinical ethics, well addressed by Kinzie and colleagues (1980), falls outside the scope of the chapter.

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