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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 101, Number 399, 1 January 2000

Preface
pp. 5-5(1)

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Values and technology assessmentin psychiatry
pp. 6-12(7)
Authors: Nilstun, T.; Westrin, C-G.; Thelander, S.; Jacobsson, L.

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Political abuse of psychiatry
pp. 13-15(3)
Author: Birley, J.L.T.

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The Declaration of Hawaii andClarence Blomquist
pp. 16-19(4)
Author: Ottosson, J.O.

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From the Hawaii Declaration to the Declaration of Madrid
pp. 20-23(4)
Authors: Helmchen, H.; Okasha, A.

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The right to accept and the right to refuse
pp. 31-34(4)
Authors: Nilstun1, T.; Syse1, A.

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Rights and responsibilities of thepsychiatric profession
pp. 40-42(3)
Authors: Höschl, C.; Libiger, J.

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Psychiatric care and communities
pp. 55-56(2)
Author: Michels, R.

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Abuse of psychiatry
pp. 61-64(4)
Author: Kastrup, M.

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On the justification for civil commitment
pp. 65-71(7)
Author: Høyer, G.

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Rights of persons with mental illness in Central America
pp. 83-86(4)
Authors: Levav, I.; González Uzcátegui, R.

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Pax Iliev: law, life and care in transition
pp. 102-105(4)
Author: Tomov, T.

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Reform in psychiatry in post-Soviet countries
pp. 106-108(3)
Author: Polubinskaya, S.V.

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