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Section 1: Background, definitions and legal aspects

(1.1) Section 1: Background, definitions and legal aspects

(1.2) Introduction and reflection

(1.3) What are advance statements?

(1.4) What should they contain?

(1.5) A patient's perspective

(1.6) Legal aspects

(1.7) Clinical example

(1.8) Suggested answer

(1.9) Personal statements

(1.10) Section 1: Recap

(1.11) Section 1: Summary

 

Section 2: Uptake and use of advance statements

(2.1) Section 2: Uptake and use of advance statements

(2.2) Reflection

(2.3) Possible reasons for low uptake

(2.4) Increasing awareness and uptake

(2.5) The Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2015

(2.6) Section 2: Recap

(2.7) Section 2: Summary

 

Section 3: Overriding advance statements

(3.1) Section 3: Overriding advance statements

(3.2) Overriding an advance statement

(3.3) Recording the circumstances of the override

(3.4) Clinical vignette: Jane

(3.5) The role of the Mental Welfare Commission

(3.6) Clinical vignette: Mr D

(3.7) Section 3: Recap

(3.8) Section 3: Summary

 

Section 4: Advance statements in other jurisdictions

(4.1) Section 4: Advance statements in other jurisdictions

(4.2) Advance statements in other legislatures

(4.3) Advance statements and ADRTs (England & Wales)

(4.4) Interactive exercise: comparison between England & Wales and Scotland

(4.5) Clinical vignette: Mr P

(4.6) Section 4: Recap

(4.7) Section 4: Summary

 

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