Publications

Mental Health & Justice publications. Sort by alphabetical, chronological or by workstream.

  • Bannister, E. W., & Venkatapuram, S. (2020). Grounding the right to live in the community (CRPD Article 19) in the capabilities approach to social justice. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 69, 101551. [pdf]
  • Burch, M., & Furman, K. (2019). Objectivity in science and law: A shared rescue strategy. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 60-70. [pdf]
  • Craigie, J., Bach, M., Gurbai, S., Kanter, A., Kim, S. Y., Lewis, O., & Morgan, G. (2019). Legal capacity, mental capacity and supported decision-making: report from a panel event. International journal of law and psychiatry, 62, 160-168. [pdf]
  • David, A. S. (2020). Insight and psychosis: the next 30 years. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 1-3. [pdf]
  • David, A., & Ariyo, K. (2020). Insight is a useful construct in clinical assessments if used wisely. Journal of Medical Ethics. [pdf]
  • Flood, Colleen M., Vanessa MacDonnell, Jane Philpott, Sophie Thériault, and Sridhar Venkatapuram, eds. (2020). Vulnerable. The Law, Policy and Ethics of COVID-19. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. 648 Pages Cloth ISBN: 9780776636412; Paper ISBN: 9780776636405; PDF ISBN: 9780776636429; ePub ISBN: 9780776636436. [link]
  • Gergel, T., Das, P., Owen, G., Stephenson, L., Rifkin, L., Hindley, G. (2021). Advance directives reduce friction over involuntary treatment – Authors' reply. Lacent Psychiatry 2021; published: September 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(21)00290-X. [link]
  • Gergel T, Das P, Owen G, et al. (2021). Reasons for endorsing or rejecting self-binding directives in bipolar disorder: a qualitative study of survey responses from UK service users. Lancet Psychiatry 2021; published online May 20. http://dx.doi. org/10.1016/S2215-0366(21)00115-2.[link] [data]
  • Gergel, T. (2020). The'Mental Health and Justice Project': Using interdisciplinarity to move beyond impasse in disability rights. International Journal of law and Psychiatry, 71, 101570-101570. [pdf]
  • Gurbai S. (2020). Beyond the Pragmatic Definition? The Right to Non-Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities in the Context of Coercive Interventions. Health and Human Rights, Volume 22/1, June 2020, pp 279 – 292. [pdf]
  • Gurbai, S, Fitton, E and Martin, W. (2020). Insight Under Scrutiny in the Court of Protection: A Case Law Survey. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 11:560329 (early online). [pdf]
  • Hindley, G., Stephenson, L. A., Ruck Keene, A., Rifkin, L., Gergel, T. *, & Owen, G* (2019). ‘Why have I not been told about this? a survey of experiences of and attitudes to advance decision-making amongst people with bipolar’. Wellcome Open Research 2019. [link]
  • Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., Owen, G., Kim, S. (2021). Applying decision-making capacity criteria in practice: A content analysis of court judgments. PLOS ONE. Published: February 5, 2021. [link]
  • Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., & Owen, G. (2020). Avoiding hard capacity assessments will not help. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 216(3), 165-165. [pdf]
  • Kienzler, H. (2019). Mental health in all policies in contexts of war and conflict. The Lancet Public health, 4(11), Pe547-e548. [pdf]
  • Kienzler, H. (2019). Mental health system reform in contexts of humanitarian emergencies: Toward a theory of “Practice-Based Evidence”. Culture, Medicine, & Psychiatry, 43(4), 636-662. [pdf]
  • Kim, S., Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., Owen, G.(2021). Broad concepts and messy realities: optimising the application of mental capacity criteria. Journal of Medical Ethics Published Online First: 02 August 2021. [link]
  • Lewis, O., & Richardson, G. (2020). The right to live independently and be included in the community. International journal of law and psychiatry, 101499. [pdf]
  • Lovell, A.M., Read, U.M. and Lang, C. (2019). Genealogies and the new anthropologies of global mental health. Culture Medicine & Psychiatry, 43(4), 519-547 [pdf]
  • Martin, W., Brown, M., Hartvigsson, T., Lyons, D., MacLeod, C., Morgan, G., Schölin, L., Taylor, K., Chopra, A. (2021). SIDMA as a Criterion for Psychiatric Compulsion: An Analysis of Compulsory Treatment Orders in Scotland. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. Volume 78, September–October 2021, 101736. [link]
  • Martin, W., Gergel, T., Owen, G. (2018) 'Manic Temporality’ Philosophical Psychology. [pdf]
  • Martin, W., & Gurbai, S. (2019). Surveying the Geneva impasse: Coercive care and human rights. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 117-128. [pdf]
  • McWilliams A, Fleming SM, David AS, Owen G. The Use of Neuroscience and Psychological Measurement in England's Court of Protection. Front Psychiatry. 2020;11:570709. Published 2020 Dec 7. [link]
  • Owen, G. S., Gergel, T., Stephenson, L. A., Hussain, O., Rifkin, L., & Ruck Keene, A. (2019). Advance decision-making in mental health–Suggestions for legal reform in England and Wales. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 162-177. [pdf]
  • Owen, G., Martin, W., Gergel, T. (2018) ‘Mis-evaluating the future. Affective Disorder and Decision-Making Capacity for Treatment: a Temporal Understanding’. Psychopathology. [pdf]
  • Read, U. M. (2019). Rights as relationships: Collaborating with faith healers in community mental health in Ghana. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 43(4), 613-635. [pdf]
  • Read, U. M., Sakyi, L., & Abbey, W. (2020). Exploring the Potential of a Rights-Based Approach to Work and Social Inclusion for People with Lived Experience of Mental Illness in Ghana. Health and Human Rights, 22(1), 91. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. & Nyame, S. (2019). ‘It is left to me and my God’: Precarity, responsibility and social change in family care for severe mental illness in Ghana. Africa Today, 65(3): 3-28. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. & van der Geest, S. (2019). Introduction to special issue on Intimacy, morality and precarity: Transformations in family care in Africa - insights from Ghana Africa Today, 65(3): vii-xxi. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. (2020). ‘Clearing the streets’: Enacting human rights in mental health care in Ghana. In Gaudillière, J.P., Beaudevin, C., Gradmann C., Lovell A.M., and Pordié L. eds. In Global health and the new world order: Historical and anthropological approaches to a changing regime of governance. Manchester: Manchester University Press
  • Ruck Keene, A. (2017). Is mental capacity in the eye of the beholder?. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, 11,
  • Ruck Keene, A., Kane, N. B., Kim, S. Y., & Owen, G. S. (2019). Taking capacity seriously? Ten years of mental capacity disputes before England's Court of Protection. International journal of law and psychiatry, 62, 56-76. [pdf]
  • Skowron, P. (2019). Giving substance to ‘the best interpretation of will and preferences’. International Journal of law and Psychiatry, 62, 125-134. [pdf]
  • Stephenson, L. A., Gergel, T., Gieselmann, A., Scholten, M., Ruck Keene, A., Rifkin, L., & Owen, G. (2020). Advance Decision Making in Bipolar: A systematic review. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 1020. [pdf]
  • Stephenson, L. A.*, Gergel, T.*, Keene, A. R., Rifkin, L., & Owen, G. (2020). The PACT advance decision-making template: preparing for Mental Health Act reforms with co-production, focus groups and consultation. International journal of law and psychiatry, 71, 101563. [pdf]
  • van der Plas, E., David, A. S., & Fleming, S. M. (2019). Advice-taking as a bridge between decision neuroscience and mental capacity. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 67, 101504. [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, S. (2018). Integration and beyond. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 64(7), 622-622. [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, S. (2020) Global Health Without Justice or Ethics. Journal of Public Health [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, S. 2020. "Human Capabilities and Pandemics." Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 21 (3). [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, Sridhar. 2020. "How Should We Allocate Health and Social Resources in a Pandemic?" In Vulnerable. The Law, Policy and Ethics of COVID-19, edited by Colleen M. Flood, Vanessa MacDonnell, Jane Philpott, Sophie Thériault and Sridhar Venkatapuram. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. [link]

2021

  • Gergel, T., Das, P., Owen, G., Stephenson, L., Rifkin, L., Hindley, G. (2021). Advance directives reduce friction over involuntary treatment – Authors' reply. Lacent Psychiatry 2021; published: September 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(21)00290-X. [link]
  • Gergel T, Das P, Owen G, et al. (2021). Reasons for endorsing or rejecting self-binding directives in bipolar disorder: a qualitative study of survey responses from UK service users. Lancet Psychiatry 2021; published online May 20. http://dx.doi. org/10.1016/S2215-0366(21)00115-2.[link] [data]
  • Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., Owen, G., Kim, S. (2021). Applying decision-making capacity criteria in practice: A content analysis of court judgments. PLOS ONE. Published: February 5, 2021. [link]
  • Kim, S., Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., Owen, G.(2021). Broad concepts and messy realities: optimising the application of mental capacity criteria. Journal of Medical Ethics Published Online First: 02 August 2021. [link]
  • Martin, W., Brown, M., Hartvigsson, T., Lyons, D., MacLeod, C., Morgan, G., Schölin, L., Taylor, K., Chopra, A. (2021). SIDMA as a Criterion for Psychiatric Compulsion: An Analysis of Compulsory Treatment Orders in Scotland. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. Volume 78, September–October 2021, 101736. [link]

2020

 
  • Bannister, E. W., & Venkatapuram, S. (2020). Grounding the right to live in the community (CRPD Article 19) in the capabilities approach to social justice. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 69, 101551. [pdf]
  • David, A. S. (2020). Insight and psychosis: the next 30 years. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 1-3. [pdf]
  • David, A., & Ariyo, K. (2020). Insight is a useful construct in clinical assessments if used wisely. Journal of Medical Ethics. [pdf]
  • Flood, Colleen M., Vanessa MacDonnell, Jane Philpott, Sophie Thériault, and Sridhar Venkatapuram, eds. (2020). Vulnerable. The Law, Policy and Ethics of COVID-19. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. 648 Pages Cloth ISBN: 9780776636412; Paper ISBN: 9780776636405; PDF ISBN: 9780776636429; ePub ISBN: 9780776636436. [link]
  • Gergel, T. (2020). The'Mental Health and Justice Project': Using interdisciplinarity to move beyond impasse in disability rights. International Journal of law and Psychiatry, 71, 101570-101570. [pdf]
  • Gurbai S. (2020). Beyond the Pragmatic Definition? The Right to Non-Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities in the Context of Coercive Interventions. Health and Human Rights, Volume 22/1, June 2020, pp 279 – 292. [pdf]
  • Gurbai, S, Fitton, E and Martin, W. (2020). Insight Under Scrutiny in the Court of Protection: A Case Law Survey. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 11:560329 (early online). [pdf]
  • Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., & Owen, G. (2020). Avoiding hard capacity assessments will not help. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 216(3), 165-165. [pdf]
  • Lewis, O., & Richardson, G. (2020). The right to live independently and be included in the community. International journal of law and psychiatry, 101499. [pdf]
  • McWilliams A, Fleming SM, David AS, Owen G. The Use of Neuroscience and Psychological Measurement in England's Court of Protection. Front Psychiatry. 2020;11:570709. Published 2020 Dec 7. [link]
  • Read, U. M., Sakyi, L., & Abbey, W. (2020). Exploring the Potential of a Rights-Based Approach to Work and Social Inclusion for People with Lived Experience of Mental Illness in Ghana. Health and Human Rights, 22(1), 91. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. (2020). ‘Clearing the streets’: Enacting human rights in mental health care in Ghana. In Gaudillière, J.P., Beaudevin, C., Gradmann C., Lovell A.M., and Pordié L. eds. In Global health and the new world order: Historical and anthropological approaches to a changing regime of governance. Manchester: Manchester University Press
  • Stephenson, L. A., Gergel, T., Gieselmann, A., Scholten, M., Ruck Keene, A., Rifkin, L., & Owen, G. (2020). Advance Decision Making in Bipolar: A systematic review. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 1020. [pdf]
  • Stephenson, L. A.*, Gergel, T.*, Keene, A. R., Rifkin, L., & Owen, G. (2020). The PACT advance decision-making template: preparing for Mental Health Act reforms with co-production, focus groups and consultation. International journal of law and psychiatry, 71, 101563. [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, S. (2020) Global Health Without Justice or Ethics. Journal of Public Health [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, S. 2020. "Human Capabilities and Pandemics." Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 21 (3). [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, Sridhar. 2020. "How Should We Allocate Health and Social Resources in a Pandemic?" In Vulnerable. The Law, Policy and Ethics of COVID-19, edited by Colleen M. Flood, Vanessa MacDonnell, Jane Philpott, Sophie Thériault and Sridhar Venkatapuram. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. [link]

2019

 
  • Burch, M., & Furman, K. (2019). Objectivity in science and law: A shared rescue strategy. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 60-70. [pdf]
  • Craigie, J., Bach, M., Gurbai, S., Kanter, A., Kim, S. Y., Lewis, O., & Morgan, G. (2019). Legal capacity, mental capacity and supported decision-making: report from a panel event. International journal of law and psychiatry, 62, 160-168. [pdf]
  • Hindley, G., Stephenson, L. A., Ruck Keene, A., Rifkin, L., Gergel, T. *, & Owen, G* (2019). ‘Why have I not been told about this? a survey of experiences of and attitudes to advance decision-making amongst people with bipolar’. Wellcome Open Research 2019. [link]
  • Kienzler, H. (2019). Mental health in all policies in contexts of war and conflict. The Lancet Public health, 4(11), Pe547-e548. [pdf]
  • Kienzler, H. (2019). Mental health system reform in contexts of humanitarian emergencies: Toward a theory of “Practice-Based Evidence”. Culture, Medicine, & Psychiatry, 43(4), 636-662. [pdf]
  • Lovell, A.M., Read, U.M. and Lang, C. (2019). Genealogies and the new anthropologies of global mental health. Culture Medicine & Psychiatry, 43(4), 519-547 [pdf]
  • Martin, W., & Gurbai, S. (2019). Surveying the Geneva impasse: Coercive care and human rights. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 117-128. [pdf]
  • Owen, G. S., Gergel, T., Stephenson, L. A., Hussain, O., Rifkin, L., & Ruck Keene, A. (2019). Advance decision-making in mental health–Suggestions for legal reform in England and Wales. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 162-177. [pdf]
  • Read, U. M. (2019). Rights as relationships: Collaborating with faith healers in community mental health in Ghana. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 43(4), 613-635. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. & Nyame, S. (2019). ‘It is left to me and my God’: Precarity, responsibility and social change in family care for severe mental illness in Ghana. Africa Today, 65(3): 3-28. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. & van der Geest, S. (2019). Introduction to special issue on Intimacy, morality and precarity: Transformations in family care in Africa - insights from Ghana Africa Today, 65(3): vii-xxi. [pdf]
  • Ruck Keene, A., Kane, N. B., Kim, S. Y., & Owen, G. S. (2019). Taking capacity seriously? Ten years of mental capacity disputes before England's Court of Protection. International journal of law and psychiatry, 62, 56-76. [pdf]
  • Skowron, P. (2019). Giving substance to ‘the best interpretation of will and preferences’. International Journal of law and Psychiatry, 62, 125-134. [pdf]
  • van der Plas, E., David, A. S., & Fleming, S. M. (2019). Advice-taking as a bridge between decision neuroscience and mental capacity. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 67, 101504. [pdf]

2018

 
  • Martin, W., Gergel, T., Owen, G. (2018) 'Manic Temporality’ Philosophical Psychology. [pdf]
  • Owen, G., Martin, W., Gergel, T. (2018) ‘Mis-evaluating the future. Affective Disorder and Decision-Making Capacity for Treatment: a Temporal Understanding’. Psychopathology. [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, S. (2018). Integration and beyond. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 64(7), 622-622. [pdf]

2017

 
  • Ruck Keene, A. (2017). Is mental capacity in the eye of the beholder?. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, 11,

1. Legal Capacity

 
  • Craigie, J., Bach, M., Gurbai, S., Kanter, A., Kim, S. Y., Lewis, O., & Morgan, G. (2019). Legal capacity, mental capacity and supported decision-making: report from a panel event. International journal of law and psychiatry, 62, 160-168. [pdf]
  • Skowron, P. (2019). Giving substance to ‘the best interpretation of will and preferences’. International Journal of law and Psychiatry, 62, 125-134. [pdf]

2. Community Participation

 
  • Bannister, E. W., & Venkatapuram, S. (2020). Grounding the right to live in the community (CRPD Article 19) in the capabilities approach to social justice. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 69, 101551. [pdf]
  • Flood, Colleen M., Vanessa MacDonnell, Jane Philpott, Sophie Thériault, and Sridhar Venkatapuram, eds. (2020). Vulnerable. The Law, Policy and Ethics of COVID-19. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. 648 Pages Cloth ISBN: 9780776636412; Paper ISBN: 9780776636405; PDF ISBN: 9780776636429; ePub ISBN: 9780776636436. [link]
  • Read, U. M., Sakyi, L., & Abbey, W. (2020). Exploring the Potential of a Rights-Based Approach to Work and Social Inclusion for People with Lived Experience of Mental Illness in Ghana. Health and Human Rights, 22(1), 91. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. (2020). ‘Clearing the streets’: Enacting human rights in mental health care in Ghana. In Gaudillière, J.P., Beaudevin, C., Gradmann C., Lovell A.M., and Pordié L. eds. In Global health and the new world order: Historical and anthropological approaches to a changing regime of governance. Manchester: Manchester University Press
  • Venkatapuram, S. (2020) Global Health Without Justice or Ethics. Journal of Public Health [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, S. 2020. "Human Capabilities and Pandemics." Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 21 (3). [pdf]
  • Venkatapuram, Sridhar. 2020. "How Should We Allocate Health and Social Resources in a Pandemic?" In Vulnerable. The Law, Policy and Ethics of COVID-19, edited by Colleen M. Flood, Vanessa MacDonnell, Jane Philpott, Sophie Thériault and Sridhar Venkatapuram. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. [link]
  • Kienzler, H. (2019). Mental health in all policies in contexts of war and conflict. The Lancet Public health, 4(11), Pe547-e548. [pdf]
  • Kienzler, H. (2019). Mental health system reform in contexts of humanitarian emergencies: Toward a theory of “Practice-Based Evidence”. Culture, Medicine, & Psychiatry, 43(4), 636-662. [pdf]
  • Lewis, O., & Richardson, G. (2020). The right to live independently and be included in the community. International journal of law and psychiatry, 101499. [pdf]
  • Lovell, A.M., Read, U.M. and Lang, C. (2019). Genealogies and the new anthropologies of global mental health. Culture Medicine & Psychiatry, 43(4), 519-547 [pdf]
  • Read, U. M. (2019). Rights as relationships: Collaborating with faith healers in community mental health in Ghana. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 43(4), 613-635. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. & Nyame, S. (2019). ‘It is left to me and my God’: Precarity, responsibility and social change in family care for severe mental illness in Ghana. Africa Today, 65(3): 3-28. [pdf]
  • Read, U.M. & van der Geest, S. (2019). Introduction to special issue on Intimacy, morality and precarity: Transformations in family care in Africa - insights from Ghana Africa Today, 65(3): vii-xxi. [pdf]

3. Advance Directives

 
  • Gergel, T., Das, P., Owen, G., Stephenson, L., Rifkin, L., Hindley, G. (2021). Advance directives reduce friction over involuntary treatment – Authors' reply. Lacent Psychiatry 2021; published: September 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(21)00290-X. [link]
  • Gergel T, Das P, Owen G, et al. (2021). Reasons for endorsing or rejecting self-binding directives in bipolar disorder: a qualitative study of survey responses from UK service users. Lancet Psychiatry 2021; published online May 20. http://dx.doi. org/10.1016/S2215-0366(21)00115-2.[link] [data]
  • Stephenson, L. A., Gergel, T., Gieselmann, A., Scholten, M., Ruck Keene, A., Rifkin, L., & Owen, G. (2020). Advance Decision Making in Bipolar: A systematic review. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 1020. [pdf]
  • Stephenson, L. A.*, Gergel, T.*, Keene, A. R., Rifkin, L., & Owen, G. (2020). The PACT advance decision-making template: preparing for Mental Health Act reforms with co-production, focus groups and consultation. International journal of law and psychiatry, 71, 101563. [pdf]
  • Gergel, T. (2020). The'Mental Health and Justice Project': Using interdisciplinarity to move beyond impasse in disability rights. International Journal of law and Psychiatry, 71, 101570-101570. [pdf]
  • Hindley, G., Stephenson, L. A., Ruck Keene, A., Rifkin, L., Gergel, T. *, & Owen, G* (2019). ‘Why have I not been told about this? a survey of experiences of and attitudes to advance decision-making amongst people with bipolar’. Wellcome Open Research 2019. [link]
  • Owen, G. S., Gergel, T., Stephenson, L. A., Hussain, O., Rifkin, L., & Ruck Keene, A. (2019). Advance decision-making in mental health–Suggestions for legal reform in England and Wales. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 162-177. [pdf]
  • Martin, W., Gergel, T., Owen, G. (2018) 'Manic Temporality’ Philosophical Psychology. [pdf]
  • Owen, G., Martin, W., Gergel, T. (2018) ‘Mis-evaluating the future. Affective Disorder and Decision-Making Capacity for Treatment: a Temporal Understanding’. Psychopathology. [pdf]

4. Insight

 
  • Burch, M., & Furman, K. (2019). Objectivity in science and law: A shared rescue strategy. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 60-70. [pdf]
  • Gurbai S. (2020). Beyond the Pragmatic Definition? The Right to Non-Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities in the Context of Coercive Interventions. Health and Human Rights, Volume 22/1, June 2020, pp 279 – 292. [pdf]
  • Gurbai, S, Fitton, E and Martin, W. (2020). Insight Under Scrutiny in the Court of Protection: A Case Law Survey. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 11:560329 (early online). [pdf]
  • Martin, W., Brown, M., Hartvigsson, T., Lyons, D., MacLeod, C., Morgan, G., Schölin, L., Taylor, K., Chopra, A. (2021). SIDMA as a Criterion for Psychiatric Compulsion: An Analysis of Compulsory Treatment Orders in Scotland. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. Volume 78, September–October 2021, 101736. [link]
  • Martin, W., & Gurbai, S. (2019). Surveying the Geneva impasse: Coercive care and human rights. International journal of law and psychiatry, 64, 117-128. [pdf]
  • Martin, W., Gergel, T., Owen, G. (2018) 'Manic Temporality’ Philosophical Psychology. [pdf]
  • Owen, G., Martin, W., Gergel, T. (2018) ‘Mis-evaluating the future. Affective Disorder and Decision-Making Capacity for Treatment: a Temporal Understanding’. Psychopathology. [pdf]

5. Metacognition

 
  • David, A. S. (2020). Insight and psychosis: the next 30 years. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 1-3. [pdf]
  • David, A., & Ariyo, K. (2020). Insight is a useful construct in clinical assessments if used wisely. Journal of Medical Ethics. [pdf]
  • McWilliams A, Fleming SM, David AS, Owen G. The Use of Neuroscience and Psychological Measurement in England's Court of Protection. Front Psychiatry. 2020;11:570709. Published 2020 Dec 7. [link]
  • van der Plas, E., David, A. S., & Fleming, S. M. (2019). Advice-taking as a bridge between decision neuroscience and mental capacity. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 67, 101504. [pdf]

6. Contested Assessment

 
  • Kim, S., Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., Owen, G.(2021). Broad concepts and messy realities: optimising the application of mental capacity criteria. Journal of Medical Ethics Published Online First: 02 August 2021. [link]
  • Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., Owen, G., Kim, S. (2021). Applying decision-making capacity criteria in practice: A content analysis of court judgments. PLOS ONE. Published: February 5, 2021. [link]
  • Kane, N., Ruck Keene, A., & Owen, G. (2020). Avoiding hard capacity assessments will not help. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 216(3), 165-165. [pdf]
  • Ruck Keene, A., Kane, N. B., Kim, S. Y., & Owen, G. S. (2019). Taking capacity seriously? Ten years of mental capacity disputes before England's Court of Protection. International journal of law and psychiatry, 62, 56-76. [pdf]
  • Ruck Keene, A. (2017). Is mental capacity in the eye of the beholder?. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, 11,