What are criteria for approval of doctors for section 12 work?

Dewbury, Christine
July 2004
Pulse;7/12/2004, Vol. 64 Issue 28, p31
Answers a question from a general practitioner in Great Britain on getting approval for psychiatric work under section 12 of the Mental Health Act. Health Department's guidelines on the criteria for approval by local assessment panels; Option of supervised experience; Consideration of qualifications such as a diploma in psychological medicine.


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