Amicus Curiae Brief for the United States Supreme Court on Mental Health, Terminal Illness, and Assisted Death
Miller, Pamela J.
Werth, James L., Jr.
Journal of Social Work in End-of-life and Palliative Care 2005; 1(4): 7-33
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Mental Health Professionals and Assisted Death: Perceived Ethical Obligations and Proposed Guidelines for Practice Werth, James L. (1999)I have three purposes in this article: (a) to briefly review the legal obligations a mental health professional has when working with a client who is talking about taking some action that could lead to his or her death, (b) ...