Right to Refuse Psychotropic Medication: An Interdisciplinary Proposal
Hickman, Franklin J.
Resnick, Phillip J.
Olson, Kathryn B.
Mental Disability Law Reporter. 1982 Mar-Apr; 6(2): 122-130.
Competence; Consent; Decision Making; Drugs; Due Process; Emergency Care; Hospitals; Institutionalized Persons; Involuntary Commitment; Legislation; Model Legislation; Patient Advocacy; Physician's Role; Proprietary Hospitals; Psychoactive Drugs; Public Hospitals; Risks and Benefits; Standards; Treatment Refusal; Voluntary Admission;
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"Above These Badlands" Delusions, Autonomy, and Individual Beliefs in Right to Refuse Psychotropic Medication Cases Webb, Lindsay J. (2008-04)This paper reviews the claim that matters of truth can be arbitrated through general consensus or agreement. Philosopher William James proposed two methods for establishing truth: First, we may be able to directly verify ...