Ethics in Mental Health-Substance Use aims to explore the comprehensive concerns and dilemmas occurring from Mental Health-Substance Use problems, and to inform, develop, and educate by sharing and pooling knowledge, and enhancingexpertise, in this fast developing region of ethics and ethical care and practice. This volume concentrates on ethical concerns, dilemmas, and concepts specifically interrelated, as a collation of problem(s) that directly or indirectly affect the life of theindividual and family. Whilst presenting a balanced view of what is ethically best practice today, this title challenges concepts and stimulates debate, exploring all aspects of the development in treatment, intervention and care responses, and the adoptionof research-led best practice.
- Includes Self-Assessment Exercises, To Learn More, Reflective Practice Exercises, and Key Points
- Covers stigma, spirituality, sexuality, family, intervention, treatment, care and practice
- There is a need for centralised ethical care and practice in the interest of the individual and family. This book shows how views from various parts of the world differ.
- Focuses on ethical concerns, dilemmas and concepts specifically interrelated, as a collation of problem(s) that directly or indirectly affect the life of the individual and family
- Case scenarios demonstrate the complex issues faced by the professional within the concept of ethically autonomous practice
About the mental health-substance use series List of contributors Special Acknowledgement Acknowledgements Terminology Cautionary note About the editor Other books by the editor 1. Setting the scene David B Cooper 2. What is ethics Michael Robertson and Edwina Light 3. Practical and Professional Ethics Cynthia M A Geppert 4. Collectivism versus Individualism Larry Purnell 5. Mental health-substance use Alyna Turner, Nola M Ries, and Amanda L Baker 6. Compassion, Respect and Dignity Cynthia M.A. Geppert 7. Culture and Cultural Dilemmas Geraldine S. Pearson 8. Service provision Barbara J Russell and W J Wayne Skinner 9. Policy Louise Nadeau 10. Informed Consent Jacky Talmet 11. Practice John Richard Ashcroft and Siân Bensa 12. Electroconvulsive therapy Siân Bensa and John Richard Ashcroft 13. Human Rights in Mental Health Scott Macpherson and Dan Warrender 14. Gender Agnes Higgins and Ailish Gill 15. The Family M J M Verhaegh and D P K Roeg 16. The Young Person Phil James 17. The Older Adult Sarah Wadd 18. High Risk Sexual Behaviour Sunita Simon Kurpad 19. Medical Cannabis in Mental Health-Substance Use Kevin Reel, Jean-François Crépault, Gavin S MacKenzie, and Bernard Le Foll 20. Assisted Death in Mental Health Kevin Reel, Rosanna Macri, Justine S Demo, Sally Bean, Ruby Rajendra Shanker, Lucy Costa, and Robyn Waxman 20. End-of-Life Jo Cooper 21. Small Changes David B Cooper Index
David B. Cooper has specialized in mental health and substance use for over 36 years. He is currently an associate editor for the Journal of Substance Use. He also served as an editor-in-chief of Mental Health and Substance Use. Seminal workincludes Alcohol Home Detoxification and Assessment and Alcohol Use, both published by Radcliffe Publishing, Oxford. Mr. Cooper (2011) edited a series of six textbooks with the series title of Mental Health-Substance Use.