Tania Gergel, Preety Das, Gareth Owen, Lucy Stephenson, Larry Rifkin, Guy Hindley, John Dawson, Alex Ruck Keene The...
Advance Directives research
Do service users with bipolar disorder want to be able to ‘bind’ themselves to receiving treatment in future episodes of illness?
A new study by researchers from the ‘Supporting Advance Directives’ workstream, in partnership with the charity...
Advance Decision Making in Bipolar: A systematic review. Stephenson, L. A., Gergel, T., Gieselmann, A., Scholten, M., Ruck Keene, A., Rifkin, L., & Owen, G. (2020).
Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 1020.
The ‘Mental Health and Justice Project’: Using interdisciplinarity to move beyond impasse in disability rights. Gergel, T. (2020).
International Journal of law and Psychiatry, 71, 101570-101570.
The PACT advance decision-making template: preparing for Mental Health Act reforms with co-production, focus groups and consultation. Stephenson, L. A.*, Gergel, T.*, Keene, A. R., Rifkin, L., & Owen, G. (2020).
International journal of law and psychiatry, 71, 101563.
‘Why have I not been told about this? a survey of experiences of and attitudes to advance decision-making amongst people with bipolar’. Hindley, G., Stephenson, L. A., Ruck Keene, A., Rifkin, L., Gergel, T. , & Owen, G (2019).
Wellcome Open Research 2019.
‘Advance decision making’ refers to people planning for a future when they may become unwell. At present, people...
Mental Health and Justice Workstream 3, 'Advance Directives', have published a new paper in International Journal of...
Mis-evaluating the future. Affective Disorder and Decision-Making Capacity for Treatment: a Temporal Understanding. Owen, G., Martin, W., Gergel, T. Psychopathology (2018)
A new study from MHJ researchers using in-depth interviews with patients/service users experiencing mood disorder. The...
Fluctuating capacity and advanced decision making. Gergel, T., Owen, G. The International Journal of Law and Psychiatry special edition on ‘Mental capacities and legal responsibilities’ 40 (2015). 92-101.
For people with Bipolar Affective Disorder, a self-binding (advance) directive (SBD), by which they commit themselves...