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Keywords register: compulsory admission

Short report

2016/9

D. De Loecker, A. Koeck, J. Cootjans, S. Veeckman

Compulsory admissions from a psychiatric ward and an A&E ward in a general hospital (2005-2014), 650 - 654

Review article

2013/1

K. Schoevaerts, R. Bruffaerts, C.L. Mulder, J. Vandenberghe

Stijging van het aantal gedwongen opnames in België en Nederland: een epidemiologische analyse, 45 - 55

New research

2012/9

A.I. Wierdsma, G.A.M. Driessen, H.M. Smeets, E. Visser

Regional differences in the care and treatment of compulsory admissions in the Netherlands, 777 - 783

Case report

2012/10

A.A. van Oosteren, A. Roomer

Alcohol-dependent patients opposed to treatment can be helped by treatment enforced by law, 889 - 892

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

New research

2009/3

L.F.M. van der Post, J.J.M. Dekker, J.F.J. Jonkers, A.T.F. Beekman, C.L. Mulder, L. de Haan, W.G. Mulder, R.A. Schoevers

Changes in crisisintervention and emergency psychiatry, Amsterdam emergency consultations in 1983 and 2005 , 139 - 150

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

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

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

Short report

2005/2

A.I. Wierdsma, A. Reisel

Who is eligible for conditional compulsory admission? Characteristics of patients for whom a conditional order could have been requested , 105 - 109