Deprivation of liberty in psychiatric settings: quick guide
Author: The Law Society
Publication Date: 20 November 2015
Photo: Newscast Online
Key messages Identification of deprivation of liberty, or of a risk that cannot be ignored that a particular patient may be deprived of their liberty, will be important in settings where the Mental Health Act (MHA) 1983 may or may not be used. These include: acute wards, rehabilitation wards or ‘stepdown’ placements, assessment and treatment […]
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