The Never-Never Land of Mental Health Law: A Review of the Legal Rights of Youth Committed by Their Parents to Psychiatric Facilities in California
Hollar, Sidney S.
Berkeley Women's Law Journal. 1989-1990; 4(2): 300-315.
Behavior Control; Behavior Disorders; Consent; Due Process; Health; Hospitals; Involuntary Commitment; Judicial Action; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Rights; Legislation; Mental Health; Mental Institutions; Minors; Parental Consent; Parents; Privacy; Proprietary Hospitals; Public Hospitals; Review; Rights; Standards; Treatment Refusal; Voluntary Admission;
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