A Practical Guide to Psychiatric Claims in Personal Injury 2nd Edition

A Practical Guide to Psychiatric Claims in Personal Injury   2nd Edition

This is a practical guide for dealing with personal injury claims involving psychiatric injuries and is aimed to assist both the newcomer and the experienced practitioner alike.

Author: Liam Ryan

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ISBN: 1913715639

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Page: 246

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The law relating to claims for psychiatric injury is complex, varied, and hard to grapple with and can often appear labyrinthian. This is a practical guide for dealing with personal injury claims involving psychiatric injuries and is aimed to assist both the newcomer and the experienced practitioner alike. As our understanding and acceptance of the nature of psychiatric injury has grown over the last two decades, so has the regularity of such claims appearing in practice as well as the varied ways in which they arise, be it a straightforward psychiatric reaction to injury or a complex stress at work claim. This work breaks the topic down into practical and easily assimilable components to assist practitioners and supplement their knowledge through a combination of detailed discussion of the law, coupled with practical suggestions for practise. This Second Edition is updated and expanded particularly in the areas stress at work and the latest developments in secondary victim claims. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Liam Ryan Studied Law at St Aidan's College, Durham University and completed a LLM at Nottingham University specialising in Commercial law, Criminal law and Human Rights. Liam has a civil practice specialising in medium to high value personal injury actions and commercial litigation. He has a noted specialism in stress at work and psychiatric injury claims. Liam accepts instructions privately, on a Conditional Fee basis and through Direct Access. Liam is a member of PIBA. CONTENTS Chapter One - Introduction Chapter Two - Diagnosis Chapter Three - Primary Victims: Cases Involving Physical Injury Chapter Four - Primary Victims, Rescuers and Involuntary Participants Chapter Five - Primary Victims: Cases Where There Is No Physical Injury: Nervous Shock Chapter Six - Secondary Victims Chapter Seven - Secondary Victims and Emerging Areas Chapter Eight - Stress at Work Claims: Overview Chapter Nine - The Hatton Guidelines Chapter Ten - Stress at Work Claims and Foreseeable Harm Chapter Eleven - Stress at Work and The Breach of Duty of Care Chapter Twelve - Stress at Work Claims and Bullying Chapter Thirteen - Breach of Contract in Stress at Work Claims Chapter Fourteen - The Equality Act 2010 in Stress Claims Chapter Fifteen - Causation and Apportionment and in Stress Claims Chapter Sixteen - Other Tortious Acts Chapter Seventeen - Quantum and Evidence Chapter Eighteen - General Damages Chapter Nineteen - Special Damages
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Malingering Feigning and Response Bias in Psychiatric Psychological Injury

Malingering  Feigning  and Response Bias in Psychiatric  Psychological Injury

Implications for Practice and Court Gerald Young. Martindale, D.A., and J.W. Gould. ... Structured interview of reported symptoms, second edition: Professional manual. Lutz: Psychological ... Psychological Injury and Law 4: 147–156.

Author: Gerald Young

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400778993

Category: Philosophy

Page: 925

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This book is a comprehensive analysis of the definitions, concepts, and recent research on malingering, feigning, and other response biases in psychological injury/ forensic disability populations. It presents a new model of malingering and related biases, and develops a “diagnostic” system based on it that is applicable to PTSD, chronic pain, and TBI. Included are suggestions for effective practice and future research based on the literature reviews and the new systems, which are useful also because they can be used readily by psychiatrists as much as psychologists. In Malingering, Feigning, and Response Style Assessment in Psychiatric/Psychological Injury, Dr. Young ambitiously sets out to articulate and synthesize the polarities involved in the assessment of response styles in psychological disabilities, including PTSD, pain, and TBI. He does so thoroughly and very even-handedly, neither minimizing the degree that outright faking can be found in substantial numbers of examinees, nor disregarding the possibility that there can be causes for validity test failure other than malingering. He reviews the prior systems for classifying evidence of malingering, and proposes his own criteria for feigned PTSD. These are conservative and well-grounded in the prior literature. Finally, the book contains dozens of very recent references, giving testament to Dr. Young's immersion in the personal injury literature, as might be expected from his experience as founder and Editor in Chief for Psychological Injury and the Law. Reviewer: Steve Rubenzer, Ph.D., ABPP Board Certified Forensic Psychologist
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Writing Forensic Reports

Writing Forensic Reports

A Guide for Mental Health Professionals Daniel P. Greenfield, Jack A. Gottschalk ... Mental and emotional injuries in employment litigation (2nd ed., with 2006 Supplement). ... The insurer's handbook of psychological injury claims.

Author: Daniel P. Greenfield

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826121594

Category: Psychology

Page: 216

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Despite the extensive technical literature on forensic mental health, there is a lack of practical guidebooks dedicated to generating clear and persuasive forensic mental health reports. Greenfield and Gottschalk present this practical handbook to address this critical need. This comprehensive guide outlines the proper format for forensic reports, contains multiple examples of full and partial reports, and is organized in a user-friendly, "how-to" style to accomplish its goal. The case overviews of full criminal reports, full civil reports, and civil summaries cover important topics such as domestic violence, malpractice, personal injury, malingering, and more. Key features: Full-length report samples with step-by-step guidelines explaining how each section of the report is done Designed to assist the novice, trainee, and seasoned forensic mental health practitioner Extensive commentaries and discussions following each case overview to convey how the report served to help resolve its case Extensive reference lists and appendices containing key terms, additional journals and periodicals, Internet resources, and assessment tools
Categories: Psychology

Personal Data Privacy Law in Hong Kong A Practical Guide on Compliance Second Edition

Personal Data  Privacy  Law in Hong Kong A Practical Guide on Compliance  Second Edition

32/2008, the complainant consulted a clinical psychologist for the purpose of obtaining a psychological report to pursue a personal injury claim. The complainant later made a data access request for copies of documents which included, ...

Author: Mr. Stephen Kai-yi WONG

Publisher: City University of HK Press

ISBN: 9789629375942

Category: Law

Page: 884

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The idea of a right to privacy, which arose in reaction to the rapid rise of newspapers, instant photography and the “paparazzi” of the 19th century, has evolved into a constitutional right in much of the developed world. It is enshrined in Hong Kong through Articles 28, 29, 30 and 39 of the Basic Law. Hong Kong stands proud as the first jurisdiction in Asia to enact legislation to safeguard personal data in the form of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, Cap 486 (“the Ordinance”) which came into force in 1996. At its centre are the six Data Protection Principles based on the 1980 OECD Guidelines. The office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data was created under this legislation to provide oversight and ensure compliance. The Octopus scandal in mid-2010 eventually led to substantial changes being made to the Ordinance that were enacted in 2012 and 2013, the main amendments being the Direct Marketing provisions and the provision of legal assistance and representation to aggrieved persons. In this digital age, the Ordinance is proving to be the main safeguard of our privacy rights. The Data Protection Principles seek to create broad common principles based on fairness that apply to the public and private sectors. The passage of twenty years since the enactment of the Ordinance has given rise to a substantial body of case law and administrative decisions on these principles and the other provisions of the Ordinance. The new amendments have already been the subject of judicial scrutiny. This publication, which replaces its predecessor, has the dual aim of becoming a practitioner’s guide on the important subject of personal data privacy, containing, as it does, a detailed exposition of the principles and provisions in the Ordinance and a comprehensive source of reference materials, and of enabling the Privacy Commissioner to discharge his major duty to promote awareness and understanding of the Ordinance. The second edition includes not only a full discussion of these principles, but also summaries of all the seminal cases and Administrative Appeals Board rulings in this area, as well as a comprehensive list of all the pertinent cases.
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Nonsuicidal Self Injury

Nonsuicidal Self Injury

Prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD: Emotional processing of traumatic experiences therapist guide. ... Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association. ... Treating self-injury: A practical guide, 2nd edition. New York: Guilford Press ...

Author: Jason J. Washburn

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351673372

Category: Psychology

Page: 248

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Nonsuicidal Self-Injury moves beyond the basics to tackle the clinical and conceptual complexity of NSSI, with an emphasis on recent advances in both science and practice. Directed towards clinicians, researchers, and others wishing to advance their understanding of NSSI, this volume reviews and synthesizes recent empirical findings that clarify NSSI as a theoretical and clinical condition, as well as the latest efforts to assess, treat, and prevent NSSI. With expertly written chapters by leaders in the field, this is an essential guide to a disorder about which much is still to be known.
Categories: Psychology

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing Second Edition

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing  Second Edition

Psychiatric interviewing: The art of understanding—a practical guide for psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, social workers, nurses, and other mental health professionals (2nd ed.). Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders.

Author: Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826132529

Category: Medical

Page: 768

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This text reinvigorates the emphasis on the therapeutic relationship that is the core of nursing practice. It also relies on our strong history as therapists and introduces a need for integration of all aspects of care, a true holistic approach that characterizes the nursing perspective...The book should serve as a review for nurses who are studying for certification exams [and is] very useful for coursework in DNP programs as well as the masters programs in psychiatric mental health nursing. -Grayce M. Sills, PhD, RN, FAAN Professor Emerita, Ohio State University From the Foreword Now in its second edition, this groundbreaking text and reference continues to be the only resource for APRNs to focus on integrative interventions forindividuals with mental health problems across the lifespan. Combining theory and practice, it provides a clear framework for integratingpsychopharmacology, psychotherapy, and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) into advanced practice nursing. The second edition is thoroughlyupdated to reflect current research, new classifications in DSM 5, genetic testing, and increased use of telemental health delivery. It builds upon itslifespan focus and updates quick-access pediatric pointers and aging alerts. Additionally, the resource incorporates the 2014 publication of the ANA Scopeand Standards of Practice for Psychiatric Nurses, offers a new focus on QSEN requirements, and responds to the need to reduce health disparities andaddress cultural considerations. Organized around psychiatric syndromes, the text covers neurobiology, theory and research evidence related to psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, and CAMinterventions. It provides a virtual buffet of clear treatment options in the form of well-designed decision trees and accompanying explanatory narratives.The text also includes a section on such special considerations as substance misuse, medical problems, pregnancy, and forensic issues that often co-occurwith psychiatric syndromes. Concise, clear language and abundant charts, graphs, and algorithms enhance the books’ value in supporting sound clinicalreasoning. New to the Second Edition: Thoroughly updated, evidence-based content Encompasses new research Presents three completely new chapters on Integrative Management of Impulse Control, Telehealth, and Quality Improvement and Evidence-BasedPractice Includes the expertise of new contributors Reflects DSM 5 updates, ANA Standard of Practice for Psychiatric Nurses, and QSEN standards Updates quick-access Pediatric Pointers and Aging Alerts Key Features: Integrates theory and practice Simplifies complex concepts using clear language while retaining depth of information Supports clinical decision-making skills through easy-to-follow Decision Trees Organized around psychiatric syndromes Edited by internationally acclaimed practitioner/educators
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Mental Health Practice and the Law

Mental Health Practice and the Law

Strasburger LH, Gutheil TG, Brodsky A. On wearing 2 hats: role conflict in serving as both psychotherapist and expert ... AAPL practice guideline for the forensic evaluation of psychiatric disability. ... Psychiatry, 2nd edition.

Author: Ronald Schouten

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199387113

Category: Law

Page: 400

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Mental health professionals, more than any other clinicians, encounter legal issues on a regular basis. This is a book for anyone in the field, at any stage in their training or practice, who has ever found themselves scratching their head in confusion or dreading that they will expose themselves to liability as they navigate the complexities at the interface of law and mental health. Written by established experts and the rising stars of the next generation, the 16 chapters in this book offer readers a basic understanding of legal principles encountered in clinical practice, as well as practical advice on how to manage situations at the interface of law and clinical practice. Using case examples and clear language, this book helps clinicians understand the underlying principles behind the legal requirements of clinical care. It aims to enhance the reader's knowledge of legal issues and ability to deliver good clinical care when those issues are encountered. This book is unique in that it is, first and foremost, for mental health clinicians in training and those already in practice. While it is not a textbook for lawyers or forensic clinicians, forensic specialists and other professionals who encounter mental health issues in their work, such as law enforcement professionals, will benefit from its practical and clear discussion of legal and mental health issues.
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Understanding Mental Health Care Critical Issues in Practice

Understanding Mental Health Care  Critical Issues in Practice

... 153(2): 151–162. Inckle K (2017) Safe with Self-Injury: A Practical Guide to Understanding, Responding and Harm Reduction. ... Johnstone L (2000) Users and Abusers of Psychiatry: A Critical Look at Psychiatric Practice, 2nd edition.

Author: Marc Roberts

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781526451354

Category: Medical

Page: 184

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Practitioner-focused, essential reading for students of mental health, this dynamic book provides a critical overview of current issues in mental health practice. It offers concrete guidance on navigating and evaluating different approaches to mental health care, giving crucial space to approaches which put the service user at the heart of care provision and recovery. Tackling the complex and challenging, Understanding Mental Health: guides students through the landscape of mental health care through detailed case studies that situate practice and bring theory to life provides a thorough introduction to critical issues through sign-posted chapter aims, concept summaries and activities.
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Brain Injury Medicine

Brain Injury Medicine

2004 ; 50 ( 2 ) : 613–23 . 11. Flor H : Cortical Reorganization and ... In : Brain Injury Medicine : Principles and Practice . ... American Psychiatric Association , Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders , 4th Edition .

Author: Nathan Zasler

Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing

ISBN: 1888799935

Category: Medical

Page: 1320

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Covers the full continuum from early diagnosis and evaluation through rehabilitation, post-acute care, and community re-entry. Includes assessment and treatment, epidemiology, pathophysiology, neuroanatomy, neuroimaging, the neuroscientific basis for rehabilitation, ethical and medicolegal issues, life-care planning, and more.
Categories: Medical

Oxford Textbook of Correctional Psychiatry

Oxford Textbook of Correctional Psychiatry

Evaluating iatrogenic risk of youth suicide screening programs: a randomized controlled trial. ... In B. W. Walsh (Ed.), Treating self-injury: A practical guide. ... Lancet, DOI:10.1016/ S0140-6736(13)62118-2 Haycock, J. (1989).

Author: Robert L. Trestman

Publisher: Oxford Textbooks in Psychiatry

ISBN: 9780199360574

Category: Law

Page: 434

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This textbook brings together leading experts to provide a comprehensive and practical review of common clinical, organisational, and ethical issues in correctional psychiatry.
Categories: Law