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    • Risk, capacity and making decisions about CTOs 

      Robertson, M; Light, E; Boyce, P; Carney, T; Rosen, A; Cleary, M; Hunt, G; O'Connor, N; Ryan, C (Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney, 2013)
      1. The two customary justifications for 'involuntary' or 'coercive' treatment of mental illness are either: that without treatment the mentally ill person might be likely to seriously harm themselves or others; or, that ...