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Ethical issues in forensic mental health research [electronic resource] / edited by Gwen Adshead and Christine Brown.

Publication:
London ; Philadelphia : J. Kingsley, 2003.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (146 p.)
Series:
Forensic focus ; 21.
Forensic focus ; 21
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Subjects:
Forensic psychiatry -- Study and teaching -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Forensic psychiatry.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
A contemporary case-based discussion of ethical dilemmas faced by researchers in forensic mental health, this book offers useful guidance to anyone planning research in this field. It focuses on problems frequently encountered, such as issues of capacity to consent in forensic settings and the meaning of consent to participate.
Contents:
Ethical Issues in Forensic Mental Health Research; Contents; Introduction; 1. Do You Feel Lucky?: Assessing Capacity to Consent to Research in Forensic Mental Health Practice; 2. In Whose Best Interest?: Consent by Adolescents to Research Participation; 3. Dangerous Stories: Consent and Confidentiality in Health and Social Care Research; 4. User Views and Ethical Issues in Qualitative Methods; 5. Ethical Issues in Risk Assessment Practice and Research; 6. Multi-disciplinary Aspects of Forensic Mental Health Research; 7. Research Ethics Committees and Research in Forensic Psychiatry
8. Doing Research on Sexual Health Within a Secure EnvironmentThe Contributors; Subject Index; Author Index
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Adshead, Gwen.
Brown, Christine.
ISBN:
1-283-90424-1
1-4175-0181-2
1-84642-396-1
OCLC:
52939237