Patient under observation commits suicide: Verdict for the defense

Gatto, Jon T.; Reding, Barbara
January 2010
Healthcare Risk Management;Jan2010 Legal Review, p1
The article offers information on a court's verdict on a patient with suicidal ideation who committed suicide when under observation.


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