Having explored the key definitions and key players contained within the Mental Health Act throughout this session, test your understanding of these terms and roles by considering the questions below…
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"The principle of participation means only that a patient should be told about any proposed treatment". True or False?
What does the Principle of Reciprocity mean within the Mental Health Act?
"The patient’s legal representative is bound by the underpinning principles of the Act". True or False?
"Once a patient has been discharged from hospital there is no obligation to continue to treat the patient". True or False?
"A person with a condition of alcohol dependence and no other health condition is considered a person with a mental disorder under the Act". True or False?
"Nursing care alone is considered 'medical treatment'". True or False?
"A patient detained under the Act can have their broken leg treated as part of their detention". True or False?
"Involvement with Advocacy does not affect the patient’s rights in regard to seeking advice from a solicitor". True or False?
"A mental health officer is always medically trained". True or False?
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