Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychiatry With Children and Adolescents

By Richard A. Ratner, M.D. Psychiatric Times | December 2005 | Vol. XXIII | Issue 14 Any discussion of contemporary child and adolescent forensic psychiatry will eventually encompass considerations of the ethical underpinnings of this work. Ethical issues arise inevitably in clinical work with children and adolescents and are even more likely to surface in forensic settings. Download Ethical Issues […]

Forensic Psychiatric Landmark Cases

The American Academy of Psychiatry & the Law (AAPL), a subsidiary professional organization of the American Psychiatric Association, has identified approximately 100 legal cases that it has designated as Landmark Cases for those studying to become proficient in Forensic Psychiatry as well as those studying to take the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology board […]