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Incapacity to Give Informed Consent Owing to Mental Disorder
What renders some mentally disordered patients incapable of informed consent to medical interventions? It is argued that a patient is incapable of giving informed consent owing to mental disorder, ifExpand
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Can involuntarily admitted patients give informed consent to participation in research
The article argues that a functional approach is ethically better than a categorical approach in deciding whether involuntarily admitted patients have the capacity to give informed consent toExpand
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Mind, brain and person: reviewing psychiatry's constituency
Objective: To clarify monist, dualist, and pluralist philosophy that could help psychiatrists to explain how mental and physical states relate in general. Method: Var ieties of monism and dualism areExpand
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Medical students' perceptions of their development of 'soft skills' : part II : the development of 'soft skills' through 'guiding and growing' : original research
ligBackground:l/ig This paper reports on medical students' views on the ways in which their 'soft skills' were developed. It is the result of a study on soft skills among two groups of studentsExpand
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Values-Based Practice
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Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - a qualitative research project at the University of Pretoria : guest editorial
Extracted from text ... South African Psychiatry Review ? February 2006 12 GUEST EDITORIAL S Afr Psychiatry Rev 2006;9:12-14 Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - aExpand
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Hypotheses, neuroscience and real persons: the theme of the 10th international conference on philosophy, psychiatry and psychology
Psychiatry faces three exciting developments as we enter the 21st century. First, and best recognised, are the dramatic advances in the neurosciences, notably in functional brain imaging andExpand
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Guest Editorial Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - a qualitative research project at the University of Pretoria
C Kruger, WJ Schurink, A-M Bergh, PM Joubert, JL Roos, CW Van Staden,GE Pickworth ,RR Du Preez,SV Grey, BG Lindeque Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria, SouthExpand
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