Mental health Capacity versus mental health risk
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A Guide to Mental Capacity Assessment

Dr Fionnuala Johnston takes you on a whistlestop tour of mental capacity, including how, why, and when to carry out an assessment, as well as an overview of ...
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'Excessively bureaucratic' safeguards for people lacking mental capacity to be ... - carehome.co.uk News

'Excessively bureaucratic' safeguards for people lacking mental capacity to be ... - carehome.co.uk News | Mental health Capacity versus mental health risk | Scoop.it
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Nicholas Paines, law commissioner for public law, said: “The law in this area is highly problematic and leaves vulnerable people at risk.
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Mental Health Capacity training needs to change | Equal & Diverse

In our mental capacity training at Equal and Diverse we are continually aware that for many staff it is an area of decision making and risk engagement which causes particular challenge and dilemma. That is one reason why ...
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Capacity | MentalHealthCop

Capacity | MentalHealthCop | Mental health Capacity versus mental health risk | Scoop.it
If the patient were at life threatening risk from dehydration, they wouldn't be being offered tea there would be a more medical response to that, so assuming the patient eats / drinks more or less normally but is simply not thirsty ...
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Mental Health: CAPACITY AND 'BEST INTERESTS

As Table 1 shows, the Green Paper finds capacity unattractive; the overarching principle is to reduce the risk of harm — to the patient and especially to others. However, where this principle comes from and why it should be primary is ...
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