Involuntary Psychiatric Commitments to Prevent Suicide
Greenberg, David F
New York University Law Review 49(2-3): 227-269, May-Jun 1974.
Coercion; Costs and Benefits; Dangerousness; Diagnosis; Due Process; Evaluation; Family Members; Injuries; Involuntary Commitment; Legal Aspects; Medicine; Motivation; Patients; Preventive Medicine; Prognosis; Psychiatric Diagnosis; Psychological Stress; Public Policy; Social Impact; State Interest; Suicide;
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