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PRINCIPLES, GUIDELINES AND GUARANTEES FOR THE PROTECTION OF PERSONS DETAINED ON GROUNDS OF MENTAL ILL-HEALTH OR SUFFERING FROM MENTAL DISORDER :REPORT / BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR, ERICA-IRENE DAES.
The Citizen's Commission on Human Rights 6. The New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation of Hong-Kong 7. The World Federat.ion for Men_tal Health 8. (...) In a great number of cases mental heaJ.tl1 legi_slation? r:iedical and psychiatric prac·tic:e? the treatment of the p2tient and the e:Jtablishment of large mental hospitals were mainly based on the patterns of c~lonial times. 43. (...) In many cases the failure of the State to establish proper community facili tiec pushes former :patients into .non-psychiatrically oriented institutions, mainly nursing homes. 49.
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POLAND: PERIODIC REPORT
• Participation in occupational therapy. • Provision of orthopaedic items, auxiliary appliances or technical aids (...) • Receiving community assistance (social and personal care services, therapy and rehabilitation). • Permanent or long-lasting care or assistance of another person
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Score: 1372144.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=CRPD/C/POL/1&Lang=E
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©UNV, 2021  Some of the detainees have psychological or psychiatric histories and substance abuse habits; these often weaken their wellbeing in jail. (...) She provides psychological support through individual consultations, group therapy, sensitization and mediation.   For instance, Emilienne created small therapeutic groups on mental health and the consequences of drugs. (...) Dr Aligbonon was able to identify and resolve the disagreements through some group therapy. She also conducted group therapy and individual interviews with inmate leaders on managing people in detention, which has proven to be very helpful."
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Score: 1369328.1 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...tecting-rights-prisoners-benin
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©UNV, 2021  Some of the detainees have psychological or psychiatric histories and substance abuse habits; these often weaken their wellbeing in jail. (...) She provides psychological support through individual consultations, group therapy, sensitization and mediation.   For instance, Emilienne created small therapeutic groups on mental health and the consequences of drugs. (...) Dr Aligbonon was able to identify and resolve the disagreements through some group therapy. She also conducted group therapy and individual interviews with inmate leaders on managing people in detention, which has proven to be very helpful."
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Score: 1369328.1 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/24384
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©UNV, 2021  Some of the detainees have psychological or psychiatric histories and substance abuse habits; these often weaken their wellbeing in jail. (...) She provides psychological support through individual consultations, group therapy, sensitization and mediation.   For instance, Emilienne created small therapeutic groups on mental health and the consequences of drugs. (...) Dr Aligbonon was able to identify and resolve the disagreements through some group therapy. She also conducted group therapy and individual interviews with inmate leaders on managing people in detention, which has proven to be very helpful."
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Score: 1369328.1 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...tecting-rights-prisoners-benin
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Carlos Rodriguez Perez, Director of Clinical Operations at Kingsboro Psychiatric Hospital. The panel will be moderated by esteemed author, researcher, and professor Dr. Nisha Sajnani, founding co-director of the Arts + Health @ NYU and chair of the NYU Creative Arts Therapies Consortium. The event will take place at the Lincoln Center in New York, United States on Saturday, 11 June 2022 at 18:00 EDT.
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Score: 1367421.9 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ealth--a-performance-and-panel
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INFORMATION CIRCULAR : GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE AND TEMPORARY DISABILITY INSURANCE PLANS
A prescription and an audiogram are required. (d) Psychiatric care Psychiatric care comprises the consultation of a psychiatrist and any treatment prescribed by a psychiatrist. (...) Herbal pharmaceuticals that are considered as alternative medicine are excluded. (ii) Neural therapy, ozone therapy and chiropractic therapy 50 Treatment must be performed or prescribed by a physician and carried out by recognized paramedical personnel. Alternative treatments not covered are: acupressure, anthroposophical medicine, autogenic training, Ayurveda, biofeedback therapy, bioresonance treatment, treatment within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, colon hydrotherapy, hypnosis therapy, foot reflexology (Fussreflexzonenmassage), music therapy, nutrition counselling, shiatsu and Kneipp therapy (the latter may be reimbursed, subject to prior approval, in connection with a prescribed spa cure).
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Score: 1367353.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=UNOV/INF.256&Lang=E
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VISIT TO PORTUGAL UNDERTAKEN FROM 1 TO 10 MAY 2018 :OBSERVATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE STATE PARTY : REPORT OF THE SUBCOMMITTEE [ON PREVENTION OF TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT]
During the visit, the Subcommittee conducted visits to police stations and penitentiary, health, psychiatric and migration detention facilities (annex I). (...) An overarching problem identified by the Subcommittee during its visits to prisons and psychiatric and forensic units was understaffing of security and medical personnel. (...) This was the case, for example, of a woman in the psychiatric clinic of São José who had been put in a five-point restraint.
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Score: 1365841.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=CAT/OP/PRT/1&Lang=E
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PRACTICES OF SO-CALLED CONVERSION THERAPY : REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON PROTECTION AGAINST VIOLENCE AND DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY
See also OutRight Action International, “Harmful treatment: the global reach of so-called conversion therapy”, 2019. Available at outrightinternational.org/reports/global-reach-so-called-conversion-therapy. 5 See www.paho.org/hq/index.php? (...) In addition, the Independent Expert notes that the criminalization of diversity in sexual orientation and gender identity encourages practices of “conversion therapy”. C. Persons subjected to practices of “conversion therapy” 35. (...) See also See irct.org/media-and-resources/latest- news/article/1027. 76 Florence Ashley, “Torture isn’t therapy: banning conversion practices targeting transgender people”, 2020 (cited in See ilga.org/Conversion-therapy-global-research-ILGA-World). 77 See ilga.org/Conversion-therapy-global-research-ILGA-World.
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Score: 1363764.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/44/53&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH ON HIS VISIT TO CROATIA :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Specific areas are regulated in other acts, including the Patients’ Rights Protection Act, the Medical Practice Act, the Pharmacy Act, the Nursing Act and the Dental Care Act; the Midwifery Act; the Physical Therapy Activities Act, and the Act on the Health Care Technical Services. (...) This shows the lack of an effective “gatekeeping” policy in the health-care sector and, above all, the urgent need for coordination between the social welfare and health sectors. 54. The capacity in psychiatric institutions continues to escalate, as shown by the increasing number of psychiatric beds32 and the increasing amount of financial resources directed at enhancing hospital infrastructure, a situation that was observed by the Special Rapporteur in his visit to a psychiatric hospital in Zagreb which was in the process of expanding, with the construction of a new building for forensic patients. 55. (...) European Union structural funds should be directed at building up a modern rights- compliant system throughout Croatia, with services that prevent referrals both to psychiatric hospitals and to large residential institutions.
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Score: 1362453.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/35/21/ADD.2&Lang=E
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