Preliminary Findings Report - Advance Statements Under the Mental Health Act 2014

Maylea, C, Matta, S, Wallin, P, Ogilvie, K, Jorgensen, A and Weller, P 2018, Preliminary Findings Report - Advance Statements Under the Mental Health Act 2014, Social and Global Studies Centre, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report Preliminary Findings Report - Advance Statements Under the Mental Health Act 2014
Author(s) Maylea, C
Matta, S
Wallin, P
Ogilvie, K
Jorgensen, A
Weller, P
Year of publication 2018
Publisher Social and Global Studies Centre
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Mental Health
Clinical Social Work Practice
Abstract/Summary In 2017 the MHLC partnered with RMIT University to explore consumers experience of using Advance Statements. They found that people completed their Advance Statements for two main reasons; to authorise future treatment or to limit the power of their treating team, and those who had used, or tried to use, their Advance Statement reported a lack of acceptance or inclusion from clinicians.
Commissioning body Mental Health Legal Centre
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