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Extra resources for 100 questions and answers about bipolar (manic-depressive) disorder
Gov National Mental Health Association 2001 N. org Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance 730 N. qxd 10/18/06 10:42 AM Page 219 100 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ABOUT BIPOLAR (MANIC-DEPRESSIVE) DISORDER 100. Where can I find out more information about bipolar disorder? Surviving It is not possible to discuss all aspects of bipolar disorder in one small volume. In Appendix A that follows there is information on organizations, websites, and publications that can be useful to patients with bipolar disorder and their families.
The courts hoped to decrease the number of admissions to psychiatric hospitals by defining the commitment standards more narrowly, as they considered such action as potentially more damaging than the risks to the individual and community by not committing them. Tarasoff the name of a family that sued the therapist involved in the care of a young man who murdered a family member. As a result of the lawsuit, therapists are now required to protect and warn potential victims from violent acts or threats made by patients under their care.
Additionally, it specifically mentions that psychiatric and drug and alcohol information are specially protected, though limited amounts of information on these diagnoses may be shared for the purposes of TPO. The notice specifically states that unless provided a written request it is assumed information such as appointments can be shared via phone, mail, or with family members, and so on. Finally, patients have the right to view and amend their health care information by submitting a written request.
100 questions and answers about bipolar (manic-depressive) disorder by Herrick, Charles Robert; Albrecht, Ava T