The effect of risk-based mental health law on access to mental health service
The escalating personal, social and economic costs of poor access to effective mental health services in Australia now demands 'root-and-branch' re-evaluation of Australian mental health policy, and the structure of the public mental health system - including one of its central pinions, mental health law. There is continuing debate about the clinical, ethical and rights-based rationale for the long-standing model of risk-based mental health law. To date, this has not included the examination of...[Show more]
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