Number 9 in the Forensic Focus series
Paperback: £34.99 / $55.00
1998, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 200pp
ISBN: 978-1-85302-581-5, BIC 2: JMK MMF
Part 1; Introduction. 1. Fundamental Themes, Charles Kaye and Alan Franey. 2. Brief History of the Special Hospitals, Charles Kaye. 3. Autobiographies, Charles Kaye and Alan Franey. Part 2; Challenging the Institution. 4. The Inheritance, Charles Kaye and Alan Franey. 5. Changing the Spots: Tackling the Culture, Charles Kaye and Alan Franey. 6. The Politics of Change: A Chairman Remembers, David Edmond, TEC / International UK Ltd. 7.Security and Therapy, Joy Kinsley, former Director of Security, SHSA. 8. The Physical Environment, Roger Hinton, formerly Director of Capital, SHSA. 9. Industrial Relations, Charles Kaye and Alan Franey. Part 3; Focusing on the Patient. 10. Describing the Patients, Margaret Orr. 11. Learning Disability in the Special Hospitals, Diana Dickens, Bassetlaw NHS Trust. 12. Patients as Intimate Partners: Resolving a Policy Crisis, Professor Pamela Taylor, Institute of Psychiatry. Part 4; Accelerating Change. 13. Special Hospitals and Change: A Chaplain Reflects, Trevor Walt, Chaplain, Broadmoor Hospital. 14. Freedom From Restraint, Frank Powell, formerly Head of Nursing Services, SHSA. 15. A Doctor's View, David Mawson, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist. 16. Working Together: Improving Care , Jane Mackenzie, Broadmoor Hospital. 17. Research and Development, Charles Kaye and Alan Franey. Part 5; Scrutinies and the World Outside. 18. The Mental Health Act Commission, William Bingley, Mental Health Act Commission. 19. Inquiries and Inspections, Charles Kaye and Alan Franey. 20. Press and Public Relations, Charles Kaye. 21. Criminal Justice System, Jim Higgins, Consultant Forensic Psychiatris. Part 6; Summing Up. 22. Achievements and the Future, Charles Kaye and Alan Franey. Appendix. Bibliography. Index.
Edited by Charles Kaye and Tony Blee
Edited by Charles Kaye and Tony Lingiah