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Using 'chosen names' reduces transgender depression
Ending ‘substituted decision making’ in crisis care: lessons from Northern Ireland
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'What we learned about suicide risk from looking at how services work with suicidal thoughts'
‘Can I go out for walks?’ ‘What about my education?’ Exploring Scottish strides to secure improved rights in crisis care
Can psychotherapy prevent adults from committing sexual abuse in the first place?
Storytelling saves lives
Joining the dots – why the law should require NHS Trusts to do more to connect patients to advocates
Exclusive: 'Psychiatric treatment not prison must be the way forward for offenders with mental disorders', say Royal College of Psychiatrists
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Removing mental health defences to deliver equality before the law: a blessing or a curse?
Most countries have signed up to a UN principle that mental health legal defences are infantalising and contravene the human right to equal treatment. People often end up detained for treatment rather than detained in prison anyway. However, most courts do little to accommodate mental health needs and there is still no real alternative to an 'unfit to stand trial declaration' except – standing trial.