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Onderzoeksartikel

2020/07

K.J. Nusselder, J. Zoeteman, B. Buis, N. Hoeve, J. Peen, L. van Grasstek, J. Dekker

Trends in emergency admissions in Amsterdam. Fifteen years of emergency psychiatry in an increasingly crowded city, 530 - 540

Onderzoeksartikel

2020/02

J. Broer, A.I. Wierdsma, C.L. Mulder

Regional differences in compulsory treatment in mental health care in the Netherlands during 2013-2017, 104 - 113

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

2010/3

A.I. Wierdsma, P.D. van Marle, C.L. Mulder

Numbers and patterns in compulsory admissions in 3 Dutch cities; problems in urban areas and regional differences in the implementation of the law on special admissions to psychiatric hospitals, 143 - 153

Review article

2009/3

A.J. Tholen

Assessment and management of the risk for violence. An overview of the literature , 173 - 182

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

Case report

2008/4

C.L. Mulder, J. Tielens

Differing opinions about severe social breakdown and self-neglect determine compulsory admission, 229 - 233

Short report

2005/6

W. Mulder, J. Dekker, C.M.T. Gijsbers van Wijk

The Temporary Emergency Unit (TOA) in Amsterdam: experience with admissions of acute cases in a big city , 383 - 389

New research

2004/4

L. van der Post, J. Peen, R.A. Schoevers, J. Dekker

Psychiatric treatment after a civil commitment , 209 - 217