Mental Health and Human Rights: Report of the Task Panel on Legal and Ethical Issues
Arizona Law Review 20(1): 49-174, 1978.
Confidentiality; Deinstitutionalized Persons; Discrimination; Education; Employment; Federal Government; Government; Guardians; Health; Human Experimentation; Human Rights; Institutionalized Persons; Involuntary Commitment; Legal Guardians; Legal Rights; Mental Health; Patient Access to Records; Patient Advocacy; Patients; Patients' Rights; Prisoners; Public Policy; Records; Right to Treatment; Rights; Social Discrimination; State Government; Treatment Refusal;
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