Legal and Ethical Assessment Concerning Mental and Behavioral Health Preparedness

Johns Hopkins Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center. (2012). Legal and Ethical Assessment Concerning Mental and Behavioral Health Preparedness.
This website contains links to article on various legal and ethical issues, and potential solutions, related to the identification, accommodation, response, and treatment of people with mental and behavioral health conditions before, during, and after emergencies and disasters.
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