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The Resource Forensic psychiatry : clinical, legal and ethical issues, edited by John Gunn, Pamela J Taylor

Forensic psychiatry : clinical, legal and ethical issues, edited by John Gunn, Pamela J Taylor

Label
Forensic psychiatry : clinical, legal and ethical issues
Title
Forensic psychiatry
Title remainder
clinical, legal and ethical issues
Statement of responsibility
edited by John Gunn, Pamela J Taylor
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLM
Dewey number
614.1
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
RA1151
LC item number
.F658 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
  • 2014 E-993
  • W 740
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  • Gunn, John Charles
  • Taylor, Pamela J.
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  • Forensic psychiatry
  • Forensic psychiatry
  • Criminals
  • Forensic Psychiatry
  • Crime
  • Legislation as Topic
  • Mental Disorders
  • Violence
  • United Kingdom
  • Forensic psychiatry
  • England
  • Wales
Label
Forensic psychiatry : clinical, legal and ethical issues, edited by John Gunn, Pamela J Taylor
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 799-952) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Forensic psychiatry -- A victim-centred approach -- Context -- Medical language -- Achieving the knowledge and skills -- Further enquiry -- Criminal and civil law for the psychiatrist in England and Wales -- Common law and civil or Roman law -- European courts -- Court structure, England and Wales -- Criminal law in England and Wales -- Agencies of the law -- Civil law -- The Coroner's court -- Mental health and capacity laws including their administering bodies -- Preamble -- Human rights legislation -- Historical background -- Mental capacity -- Mental Health Act 1983 amended by the Mental Health Act 2007 -- Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) -- Legal arrangements in the rest of the British Isles and Islands -- Preamble -- Scotland -- Northern Ireland -- Military law in the United Kingdom -- Isle of Man -- Channel Islands -- Republic of Ireland -- Concluding comments -- Forensic psychiatry and its interfaces outside the UK and Ireland -- The scope and limits of the comparative approach -- The scope and limits of this chapter -- National, subnational and supranational legal structures -- Controversial issues and shifts in public and professional opinions -- Forensic mental health (FMH) services and interventions under criminal and civil law: -- Germany and the USA -- Forensic psychiatric services and interventions under criminal and civil law: -- The Nine Nations (SWANZDSAJCS) Study -- Specialist recognition in Europe and SWANZDSAJCS countries -- Research in forensic psychiatry, psychology and allied professions -- Illustrative cases -- Conclusions -- Further reading -- Psychiatric reports for legal purposes in England and Wales -- The forum of the court: Background issues -- Constructing a report -- The use of reports in criminal proceedings -- Civil matters -- Examples of other documents which may be consulted -- The psychosocial milieu of the offender -- Introduction -- Measurement and epidemiology -- The natural history of offending -- Factors associated with delinquency and offending -- Explaining the development of offending -- Implications for prevention -- Conclusions -- Genetic influences on antisocial behaviour, problem substance use and schizophrenia: evidence from quantitative genetic and molecular genetic studies -- Introduction -- Basic genetics -- Genetic study methods -- The genetics of antisocial behaviour, problem substance use and schizophrenia -- Conclusions -- Violence -- Theoretical background -- Violence as a health issue -- Crimes of violence -- Disordered and offensive sexual behaviour -- Sex offending, sexual deviance and paraphilia -- Sex offending by females and adolescents -- Psychiatric questions -- Risk assessment -- Sex offender treatment -- Treatment or control -- The majority of crime: theft, motoring and criminal damage (including arson) -- Introduction -- Recording of crime -- Acquisitive offending -- Criminal damage -- Arson -- Motoring offences -- Overview -- Disorders of brain structure and function and crime -- Expectations and advances: Conceptualization and measurement of brain structure -- Epilepsy in relation to offending -- Sleep disorders -- Amnesia and offending -- Brain imaging studies as a route to understanding violent and criminal behaviour -- Serotonergic function in aggressive and impulsive behaviour: Research findings and -- treatment implications -- Implications of current knowledge of brain structure and function for forensic mental -- health practice and research --
  • Offenders with intellectual disabilities -- Clinical and legislative definitions -- People with intellectual disability detained in secure health service facilities in the UK -- Crime and people with intellectual disabilities -- Theories of offending applied to people with intellectual disabilities -- Offenders with intellectual disabilities and additional diagnoses -- Genetic disorders, intellectual disability and offending: Genotypes and behavioural phenotypes -- Alcohol and substance misuse -- Care pathways for offenders with intellectual disabilities -- Assessment and treatment of anger and aggression -- Assessment and treatment of sexually aggressive behaviour among people with intellectual disability -- Fire-setting behaviour among people with intellectual disability -- Assessment and management of risk of offending and/or harm to others among offenders with intellectual disabilities -- Legal and ethical considerations in working with offenders with intellectual disabilities -- Conclusions -- Psychosis, violence and crime -- Vulnerable to violence and vulnerable to being violent -- Psychosis and crime: The epidemiology -- Pathways into violence through psychosis: Distinctive or common to most violent offenders? -- Psychosis, comorbid mental disorders and violence -- Clinical characteristics of psychosis associated with violence -- Environmental factors which may be relevant to violent outcomes among people with functional psychosis -- Management and treatment -- Conclusions -- Pathologies of passion and related antisocial behaviours -- Erotomanias and morbid infatuations -- Jealousy -- Stalking -- Persistent complainants and vexatious litigants -- Conclusions -- Personality disorders -- Concepts of personality disorder -- Personality disorder assessment tools -- How common are disorders of personality? -- Clinical assessment and engagement in practice -- Causes and explanations of personality disorders -- Treatment of personality disorder -- Dangerous and severe personality disorder (DSPD): The rise and fall of a concept -- Personality disorder: Some conclusions -- Deception, dissociation and malingering -- Deceptive mental mechanisms -- Pathological falsification -- Dissociative disorders -- Deception -- Addictions and dependencies: their association with offending -- Alcohol -- Other substance misuse -- Pathological gambling -- Juvenile offenders and adolescent psychiatry -- Juvenile delinquency -- UK comparisons -- Mental health -- Pathways of care and the juvenile justice system -- Government policy for England -- Special crimes -- Adolescent girls -- Conclusions -- Women as offenders -- Why a chapter on women? -- Women and crime -- Women, mental disorder and offending -- Services for women -- Conclusions -- Older people and the criminal justice system -- How many older offenders? -- What sort of crime? -- Associations between psychiatric disorder and offending in older age -- Older sex offenders -- Service and treatment implications -- Dangerousness -- Introduction -- Theoretical issues -- Risk assessment and structured judgment tools -- Threat assessment and management -- Communicating about risk -- Risk assessment and management: Bringing it all together -- Conclusions --
  • Principles of treatment for the mentally disordered offender -- Creating a therapeutic environment within a secure setting -- Occupational, speech and language, creative and arts therapies in secure settings -- Pharmacological treatments -- Physical healthcare -- Psychological treatments -- Attachment and psychodynamic psychotherapies -- Conclusions -- Forensic mental health services in the United Kingdom and Ireland -- Cycles in fear and stigmatization: A brief history of secure mental health services -- Specialist forensic mental health services: Philosophies and a theoretical model -- The nature of hospital security -- Specialist community services within an NHS framework -- Health service based forensic psychiatry service provision in Scotland -- Health service based forensic psychiatry service provision in Northern Ireland -- Health service based forensic psychiatry service provision in Ireland -- Offenders and alleged offenders with mental disorder in non-medical settings -- Working with the police -- People with mental disorder in prison -- Working with the Probation Service -- Working with voluntary agencies -- Service provision for offenders with mental disorder in Scotland -- Service provision for offenders with mental disorder in Northern Ireland -- Offenders and alleged offenders with mental disorder in non-medical settings in Ireland -- Ethics in forensic psychiatry -- Codes and principles -- Teaching and learning ethics -- Some contemporary questions -- Heuristic cases -- The death penalty -- Deviant and sick medical staff -- The medical power balance -- Boundaries and offences -- Abuse in institutions -- Sexual assault -- Clinicide and CASK -- Commentary -- Victims and survivors -- Learning from victims and survivors -- Voluntary and non-statutory bodies inspired by victims -- The growing centrality of victims of serious crime in the criminal justice system -- Reactions to trauma and forms of post-traumatic disorder -- Psychological understanding of post-traumatic stress disorder -- From victim to survivor: Help and treatment -- From victims to survivors: Conclusions -- Appendix 1: ECHR -- Appendix 2: MHA 1983 -- Appendix 3: Experts' Protocol -- Appendix 4: Hippocratic Oath
Control code
875658406
Dimensions
29 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
xliv, 991 pages
Isbn
9780340806289
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, map
System control number
(OCoLC)875658406
Label
Forensic psychiatry : clinical, legal and ethical issues, edited by John Gunn, Pamela J Taylor
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 799-952) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Forensic psychiatry -- A victim-centred approach -- Context -- Medical language -- Achieving the knowledge and skills -- Further enquiry -- Criminal and civil law for the psychiatrist in England and Wales -- Common law and civil or Roman law -- European courts -- Court structure, England and Wales -- Criminal law in England and Wales -- Agencies of the law -- Civil law -- The Coroner's court -- Mental health and capacity laws including their administering bodies -- Preamble -- Human rights legislation -- Historical background -- Mental capacity -- Mental Health Act 1983 amended by the Mental Health Act 2007 -- Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) -- Legal arrangements in the rest of the British Isles and Islands -- Preamble -- Scotland -- Northern Ireland -- Military law in the United Kingdom -- Isle of Man -- Channel Islands -- Republic of Ireland -- Concluding comments -- Forensic psychiatry and its interfaces outside the UK and Ireland -- The scope and limits of the comparative approach -- The scope and limits of this chapter -- National, subnational and supranational legal structures -- Controversial issues and shifts in public and professional opinions -- Forensic mental health (FMH) services and interventions under criminal and civil law: -- Germany and the USA -- Forensic psychiatric services and interventions under criminal and civil law: -- The Nine Nations (SWANZDSAJCS) Study -- Specialist recognition in Europe and SWANZDSAJCS countries -- Research in forensic psychiatry, psychology and allied professions -- Illustrative cases -- Conclusions -- Further reading -- Psychiatric reports for legal purposes in England and Wales -- The forum of the court: Background issues -- Constructing a report -- The use of reports in criminal proceedings -- Civil matters -- Examples of other documents which may be consulted -- The psychosocial milieu of the offender -- Introduction -- Measurement and epidemiology -- The natural history of offending -- Factors associated with delinquency and offending -- Explaining the development of offending -- Implications for prevention -- Conclusions -- Genetic influences on antisocial behaviour, problem substance use and schizophrenia: evidence from quantitative genetic and molecular genetic studies -- Introduction -- Basic genetics -- Genetic study methods -- The genetics of antisocial behaviour, problem substance use and schizophrenia -- Conclusions -- Violence -- Theoretical background -- Violence as a health issue -- Crimes of violence -- Disordered and offensive sexual behaviour -- Sex offending, sexual deviance and paraphilia -- Sex offending by females and adolescents -- Psychiatric questions -- Risk assessment -- Sex offender treatment -- Treatment or control -- The majority of crime: theft, motoring and criminal damage (including arson) -- Introduction -- Recording of crime -- Acquisitive offending -- Criminal damage -- Arson -- Motoring offences -- Overview -- Disorders of brain structure and function and crime -- Expectations and advances: Conceptualization and measurement of brain structure -- Epilepsy in relation to offending -- Sleep disorders -- Amnesia and offending -- Brain imaging studies as a route to understanding violent and criminal behaviour -- Serotonergic function in aggressive and impulsive behaviour: Research findings and -- treatment implications -- Implications of current knowledge of brain structure and function for forensic mental -- health practice and research --
  • Offenders with intellectual disabilities -- Clinical and legislative definitions -- People with intellectual disability detained in secure health service facilities in the UK -- Crime and people with intellectual disabilities -- Theories of offending applied to people with intellectual disabilities -- Offenders with intellectual disabilities and additional diagnoses -- Genetic disorders, intellectual disability and offending: Genotypes and behavioural phenotypes -- Alcohol and substance misuse -- Care pathways for offenders with intellectual disabilities -- Assessment and treatment of anger and aggression -- Assessment and treatment of sexually aggressive behaviour among people with intellectual disability -- Fire-setting behaviour among people with intellectual disability -- Assessment and management of risk of offending and/or harm to others among offenders with intellectual disabilities -- Legal and ethical considerations in working with offenders with intellectual disabilities -- Conclusions -- Psychosis, violence and crime -- Vulnerable to violence and vulnerable to being violent -- Psychosis and crime: The epidemiology -- Pathways into violence through psychosis: Distinctive or common to most violent offenders? -- Psychosis, comorbid mental disorders and violence -- Clinical characteristics of psychosis associated with violence -- Environmental factors which may be relevant to violent outcomes among people with functional psychosis -- Management and treatment -- Conclusions -- Pathologies of passion and related antisocial behaviours -- Erotomanias and morbid infatuations -- Jealousy -- Stalking -- Persistent complainants and vexatious litigants -- Conclusions -- Personality disorders -- Concepts of personality disorder -- Personality disorder assessment tools -- How common are disorders of personality? -- Clinical assessment and engagement in practice -- Causes and explanations of personality disorders -- Treatment of personality disorder -- Dangerous and severe personality disorder (DSPD): The rise and fall of a concept -- Personality disorder: Some conclusions -- Deception, dissociation and malingering -- Deceptive mental mechanisms -- Pathological falsification -- Dissociative disorders -- Deception -- Addictions and dependencies: their association with offending -- Alcohol -- Other substance misuse -- Pathological gambling -- Juvenile offenders and adolescent psychiatry -- Juvenile delinquency -- UK comparisons -- Mental health -- Pathways of care and the juvenile justice system -- Government policy for England -- Special crimes -- Adolescent girls -- Conclusions -- Women as offenders -- Why a chapter on women? -- Women and crime -- Women, mental disorder and offending -- Services for women -- Conclusions -- Older people and the criminal justice system -- How many older offenders? -- What sort of crime? -- Associations between psychiatric disorder and offending in older age -- Older sex offenders -- Service and treatment implications -- Dangerousness -- Introduction -- Theoretical issues -- Risk assessment and structured judgment tools -- Threat assessment and management -- Communicating about risk -- Risk assessment and management: Bringing it all together -- Conclusions --
  • Principles of treatment for the mentally disordered offender -- Creating a therapeutic environment within a secure setting -- Occupational, speech and language, creative and arts therapies in secure settings -- Pharmacological treatments -- Physical healthcare -- Psychological treatments -- Attachment and psychodynamic psychotherapies -- Conclusions -- Forensic mental health services in the United Kingdom and Ireland -- Cycles in fear and stigmatization: A brief history of secure mental health services -- Specialist forensic mental health services: Philosophies and a theoretical model -- The nature of hospital security -- Specialist community services within an NHS framework -- Health service based forensic psychiatry service provision in Scotland -- Health service based forensic psychiatry service provision in Northern Ireland -- Health service based forensic psychiatry service provision in Ireland -- Offenders and alleged offenders with mental disorder in non-medical settings -- Working with the police -- People with mental disorder in prison -- Working with the Probation Service -- Working with voluntary agencies -- Service provision for offenders with mental disorder in Scotland -- Service provision for offenders with mental disorder in Northern Ireland -- Offenders and alleged offenders with mental disorder in non-medical settings in Ireland -- Ethics in forensic psychiatry -- Codes and principles -- Teaching and learning ethics -- Some contemporary questions -- Heuristic cases -- The death penalty -- Deviant and sick medical staff -- The medical power balance -- Boundaries and offences -- Abuse in institutions -- Sexual assault -- Clinicide and CASK -- Commentary -- Victims and survivors -- Learning from victims and survivors -- Voluntary and non-statutory bodies inspired by victims -- The growing centrality of victims of serious crime in the criminal justice system -- Reactions to trauma and forms of post-traumatic disorder -- Psychological understanding of post-traumatic stress disorder -- From victim to survivor: Help and treatment -- From victims to survivors: Conclusions -- Appendix 1: ECHR -- Appendix 2: MHA 1983 -- Appendix 3: Experts' Protocol -- Appendix 4: Hippocratic Oath
Control code
875658406
Dimensions
29 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
xliv, 991 pages
Isbn
9780340806289
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, map
System control number
(OCoLC)875658406

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