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Short report

50th anniversary issue 2008, suppl.2

J. Legemaate

Compulsory admission: developments in the Netherlands , 49 - 53

Short report

50th anniversary issue 2008, suppl.2

W.M van Ewijk, C.M.TH. Gijsbers van Wijk

Emergency psychiatry in Amsterdam: a historical case study , 41 - 46

New research

2015/4

J. Broer, H. Koetsier, C.L. Mulder

The number of compulsory admissions continues to rise: Implications for the new Dutch law on obligatory mental health care, 240 - 247

New research

2014/10

A.A. Verlinde, W. Snelleman, H. van den Berg, E.O. Noorthoorn

Involuntary medication as the intervention of choice: can this be regarded as ‘substitution’ or as a preventive measure? A prospective cohort study, 640 - 648

Essay

2013/4

P.E. Höppener, J.A. Godschalx-Dekker, B.J.M. van de Wetering

Compulsory hospitalisation of patients suffering from severe drug or alcohol addiction, 269 - 277

Short report

2009/9

E.M. Bisseling, A.W. Braam

Time-limits on collaboration between the emergency mental health services and the police: a practice-based evaluation in the City of Utrecht, the Netherlands , 687 - 692

New research

2009/9

S.C. de Vries, A.W.B. van Baars, C.L. Mulder

Independent psychiatrists rarely dispute an application for compulsory admission , 641 - 650

New research

2008/9

T.E. Stikker, R.A. Schoevers, J.A. Swinkels, C.L. Mulder, W. van Tilburg

The judge follows the advice of the psychiatrist; an investigation into the jurisprudence concerning compulsory admission requests and decisions under the Dutch Act on Special Admissions to Psychiatric Hospitals (Bopz) , 567 - 577

Essay

2006/8

J.A.G. van Opstal, S. Lammers

Towards a treatment law?, 637 - 645

New research

2006/2

A.I. Wierdsma, A.W.B. van Baars, C.L. Mulder

Psychiatric prehistory and health care after compulsory admission in Rotterdam , 81 - 93