Regaining Mental Capacity for Treatment Decisions Following Psychiatric Admission: A Clinico-Ethical Study
Owen, G S
Ster, I Chis
David, A S
Psychological medicine 2011 Jan; 41(1): 119-28
Mental capacity is an emerging ethical legal concept in psychiatric settings but its relation to clinical parameters remains uncertain. We sought to investigate the associations of regaining capacity to make treatment decisions following approximately 1 month of in-patient psychiatric treatment.
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