Faulk's Basic Forensic Psychiatry / Edition 3by J. Stone
Pub. Date: 11/30/1999
The book remains essential reading for doctors taking the Membership examination of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, but also will be of interest to general
After the second edition was published (in 1994), a number of changes have taken place, including changes in the law, advances in treatment, and changes in the management of prisons and special hospitals.
The book remains essential reading for doctors taking the Membership examination of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, but also will be of interest to general psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, social workers, lawyers, probation officers and criminologists. The subject is set out clearly, logically and expertly and arranged for quick reference.
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Table of ContentsForensic psychiatric services;.
Legal aspects: The courts and their sentences;.
Legal aspects: Appeals and protection;.
Criminological facts and theories;.
Offences against property and forensic psychiatry; Offences against the person and forensic psychiatry;.
Mental illness and forensic psychiatry: The functional psychoses and neuroses;.
Mental illness and forensic psychiatry: Organic brain syndromes;.
Psychopathic disorder and forensic psychiatry;.
Mental retardation and forensic psychiatry;.
Sexual disorders and forensic psychiatry;.
Women and juvenile offenders;.
Writing a report;.
Ethics and forensic psychiatry;.
Management of patients within secure psychiatric institutions;.
Civil courts and forensic psychiatry
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