ISSN 0001-690X (Print); ISSN 0065-1591 (Online)
Values and technology assessmentin psychiatry
Nilstun, T.; Westrin, C-G.; Thelander, S.; Jacobsson, L.
Political abuse of psychiatry
The Declaration of Hawaii andClarence Blomquist
From the Hawaii Declaration to the Declaration of Madrid
Helmchen, H.; Okasha, A.
Human rights law in the field of mental health: a critical review
The right to accept and the right to refuse
Nilstun1, T.; Syse1, A.
Ethical issues in psychiatric care: geneticisation and community care
Rights and responsibilities of thepsychiatric profession
Höschl, C.; Libiger, J.
The ethical base of mental health service research. Recent developments in mental health service research in the UK
Thornicroft, G.; Tansella, M.
Psychiatric ethics and health services research. Concepts and research strategies
Westrin, C-G.; Nilstun, T.
Implementing the lessons of mental health service demonstrations: human rights issues
Psychiatric care and communities
Findings from ‘London's Mental Health’:a service in crisis
Abuse of psychiatry
On the justification for civil commitment
Surviving psychiatry in an era of‘popular punitiveness’
Forensic psychiatry, ethics and protective sentencing: what are the limits of psychiatric participation in the criminal justice process?
Rights of persons with mental illness in Central America
Levav, I.; González Uzcátegui, R.
At the margins of human rights and psychiatric care in North America
Human rights and psychiatric carein Africa with particular referenceto the Ethiopian situation
Human rights in psychiatric care:an Asian perspective
Pax Iliev: law, life and care in transition
Reform in psychiatry in post-Soviet countries