- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 Compulsion in community mental health care: historical developments and current provisions
- Chapter 3 Community treatment order legislation in the Commonwealth
- Chapter 4 Descriptive and epidemiological studies
- Chapter 5 Assessing the effectiveness of compulsory community treatment
- Chapter 6 Informal coercion: current evidence
- Chapter 7 Community coercion in mental health: where to for service-user-led research?
- Chapter 8 Coercion contexts—how compliance is achieved in interaction
- Chapter 9 Patient experiences and perceptions of coercion: universal meaning, individual experiences?
- Chapter 10 Family carers and coercion in the community
- Chapter 11 Clinician attitudes, experiences, and use of coercion
- Chapter 12 Psychiatric coercion: some sociological perspectives
- Chapter 13 Human rights in community psychiatry
- Chapter 14 The ethics of coercion in community mental health care
- Chapter 15 Coercion in community mental health treatment in the Americas
- Chapter 16 Coercion and mental health services in the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East
- Chapter 17 Southeast Asia
- Chapter 18 Coercion in Europe
- Chapter 19 Coercion in community mental health care: African perspectives
- Chapter 20 Compulsory community mental health care: Oceania
- Chapter 21 Regional themes
- Chapter 22 Conclusions
(p. 209) Human rights in community psychiatry
- (p. 209) Human rights in community psychiatry
Access to the complete content on Oxford Medicine Online requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts for each book and chapter without a subscription.
If you have purchased a print title that contains an access token, please see the token for information about how to register your code.