Informal Coercion in the Physical Care of Patients Suffering From Senile Dementia or Mental Retardation
Nursing Ethics 1999; 6(4): 327-336
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Informal Coercion in the Physical Care of Patients Suffering From Senile Dementia or Mental Retardation Tannsjo, Torbjorn (1999-07)This article discusses under what circumstances patients who are suffering from senile dementia or mental retardation should be submitted to coercive care, who should decide about this kind of coercion, and in what legal ...
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