Deprivation of liberty in hospital settings: quick guide
Author: The Law Society
Publication Date: 20 November 2015
Photo: Karen Roach/Fotolia
Key messages The majority of patients who lack capacity to make decisions about their care and treatment and admission to or discharge from hospital can be treated in their best interests under section 5 of the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Restraint may be used provided that the person using restraint reasonably believes that it is […]
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