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A National Scan Of Psychiatric Involuntary Hold Policies, Evan D. Peters Jan 2015

A National Scan Of Psychiatric Involuntary Hold Policies, Evan D. Peters

Undergraduate Research Posters

Psychiatric involuntary holds are initiated when an individual suffering from mental illness is deemed a danger to themselves or others. Each state and the District of Columbia has its own legislation outlining the process for involuntary holds and the assessments that take place during a hold. A variety of individuals, professional and non-professional, can be involved in the process. Each state also sets a time limit during which a person can be held, and specific language that details the behavior of individuals that are eligible for psychiatric involuntary holds. This information was gathered by examining each states' codes involving psychiatric ...


Defining Development And Foreign Aid, Evangelical Advocacy: A Response To Global Poverty Jan 2012

Defining Development And Foreign Aid, Evangelical Advocacy: A Response To Global Poverty

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A bibliography featuring primary authors, leading books, important papers, and other key publications introducing international development and offering a comprehensive overview of foreign aid.