Therapeutic Issues Associated With Confidentiality and Informed Consent in Forensic Evaluations
Yates, Kathy Faulkner
New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement. 1994 Summer; 20(2): 345-368.
Attitudes; Capital Punishment; Competence; Confidentiality; Consent; Dangerousness; Diagnosis; Disclosure; Due Process; Evaluation; Expert Testimony; Forensic Psychiatry; Guidelines; Health; Health Personnel; Informed Consent; Mental Health; Organizations; Prisoners; Professional Organizations; Psychiatric Diagnosis; Psychiatry; Psychology; Punishment; Standards;
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