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*  Physical health in schizophrenia
Schizophrenia and smoking Elias, Marilyn (2007-05-03). "Mentally ill die 25 years earlier, on average". Titre : Mentally ill ... A recent phenomenon is that people with schizophrenia are at higher than average risk of physical ill health, and die earlier ... Instead of treating whole people, services tend to treat parts of people separately. The commissioning framework to support the ... Also there may be a feeling that people with mental health problems will not be interested in physical health education and ...
*  Homelessness
"Homeless Mentally Ill Persons: A bibliography review", International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation. 12(2) O'Flaherty, ... Owners, including municipalities themselves, avoid homeless people, unemployed people or people with a bad credit score. People ... The common colloquial term street people does not fully encompass all unsheltered people, in that many such persons do not ... E. Fuller Torey (2008): The Insanity Offense - How America's Failure to Treat the Seriously Mentally Ill Endangers Its Citizens ...
*  Homelessness in Australia
Deinstitutionalisation of people with mentally illnesses began in Australia during the 1980s, and most now live in the general ... of the current homeless population in Australia were previously in large-scale residential institutions for the mentally ill. ... Homeless Persons' Week - originating from various churches and missions running winter vigils to remember people who had died ... A person who does not obtain any shelter is often described as sleeping 'rough'. A person is considered to be homeless in ...
*  Mentally ill people in United States jails and prisons
... as a direct cause of the rise of mentally ill people in prisons. In the 2010 study "More mentally ill persons are in jails and ... other research claims that mentally ill offenders have higher rates of recidivism. Mentally ill people experience solitary ... ill people in prisons throughout the 1970s and 1980s and found a strong correlation between the amount of mentally ill persons ... While much research claims mentally ill offenders have comparable rates of recidivism to non-mentally ill offenders, ...
*  Capital punishment in Papua New Guinea
... and mentally ill persons. If a person under the age of 18 commits a criminal offence that is punishable by death, they will not ... a young or old person, or a person under some disability needing protection; The killing of a person in authority or ... The killing of person in the course of committing other crimes perpetrated on the victim or other persons such as rape, robbery ... A person with the incapacity to understand or control their actions will not be liable for a criminal offence which they have ...
*  Fasting
A mentally ill person. For elders who will not be able to fast, a lunch meal (or an equivalent amount of money) is to be ... An ill person or old person who is not physically able to fast. They should donate the amount of a normal person's diet for ... Many people may also fast as part of a medical procedure or check-up such as a colonoscopy. Fasting is also a part of many ... All persons above the age of 13 are expected to observe the church fasts. Most children over age 7 are expected to observe at ...
*  Seung-Hui Cho
The one responsible for ensuring that the mentally ill person receives help in these sort of cases ... is the mentally ill ... "Court found Cho "mentally ill."". Retrieved September 13, 2014. "VT Killer Ruled Mentally Ill by Court; Let Go After Hospital ... magistrate has the authority to issue a detention order upon a finding that a person is mentally ill and in need of ... Cho's relatives thought that he was selectively mute or mentally ill. According to Cho's uncle, Cho "didn't say much and did ...
*  1997 New Year Honours
For services to Mentally Ill People. Maureen S. Macmillan, Chairman, City of Edinburgh Children's Panel Advisory Committee. For ... For services to Mentally Handicapped People. Fred Yallop, Emergency Engineer. For humanitarian services to the former ... For services to Young People in Kent. John Wardrobe. For services to Association Football for Young People. Margaret Victoria ... For services to Disabled People. Norah Fryer. For services to Elderly People in Church Lawton, Cheshire. Michael Fuller, ...
*  1996 Birthday Honours
For services to Mentally Ill People. John Grimshaw, Director and Chief Engineer, Sustrans Ltd. For services to Cycling, ... Ms Carol Joyce Perks, Vientiane Lao People's Democratic Republic. For service to the health and welfare of people in remote ... Pamela, Mrs Gelder, Unit Manager, Park View Elderly Person's Home, Lincoln. For services to Elderly People. Miss Margaret ... David Bryan Laycock, Director, Computer Centre for People with Disabilities. For services to Education and to Disabled People. ...
*  1994 New Year Honours
For services to Mentally Ill People. The Reverend Robert Harman Morgan. For services to the community in South Glamorgan. ... Richard Smith Jackson, Founder and Chairman, Rescare, National Society for Mentally Handicapped People in Residential Care. ... For services to the Care of Young People. Frederick Ian Heeley, Warehouse Clerk, Felixstowe Dock and Railway Company, and for ... For services to the Residential Care of Deaf People with Mental Illness. Ronald Waterman. For services to Education in County ...
*  Alien abduction
These people are not mentally ill. He has spent countless therapeutic hours with these individuals only to find that what ... The person seeks out a therapist, whom he or she views as an authority and who is, at the very least, receptive to this ... People who have a false memory which makes them believe that they have been abducted by aliens develop symptoms similar to post ... People who believe they have been abducted by aliens usually have previous New Age beliefs, a vivid fantasy life, and suffer ...
*  1998 Birthday Honours
For services to Mentally Ill People. Veronica Evelyn, Mrs Sutherland, C.M.G., H.M. Ambassador, Dublin. Air Marshal Colin George ... For services to the Disability Living Allowance Advisory Board and to Disabled People. The Reverend Canon Donald Clifford Gray ... particularly for those service people on active duty. The 1998 Queen's Birthday honours were announced on 12 June 1998 for the ...
*  Wisconsin Department of Health Services
... and mentally ill persons. By 1871, there were six such institutions. The first attempt to institute overall state supervision ... Its responsibilities include public health; mental health and substance abuse; long-term support and care; services to people ... habits and circumstances on the health of the people." This directive still defines much of the work done in public health by ... and endeavor to make intelligent and profitable use of the collected records of death and sickness among the people." The board ...
*  Wisconsin Department of Children and Families
... and mentally ill persons. By 1871, there were six such institutions. The first attempt to institute overall state supervision ... habits and circumstances on the health of the people." This directive still defines much of the work done in public health by ... and endeavor to make intelligent and profitable use of the collected records of death and sickness among the people." The board ...
*  Harold Garfinkel
"Police Discretion in Emergency Apprehension of Mentally Ill Persons." Social Problems 14, no. 3 (1967): 278-92. Heritage, John ... I asked, 'How are you tired? Physically, mentally, or just bored?'" S: I don't know, I guess physically, mainly. E: You mean ... It is of interest, however, that a person uses his feelings about his environment to recommend the sensible character of the ... Garfinkel noticed through his study of ethnomethodology that the methods people use to understand the society they live in are ...
*  Egon Bittner
Police discretion in emergency apprehension of mentally ill persons. Social Problems, 1967, 14, 278-292. http://www.bookrags. ...
*  2002 New Year Honours
For services to Mentally Ill People in Ealing, London. (Maidenhead, Berkshire) William Gardner. For services to the Scottish ... For services to Deaf People. (Belfast) Helen Tarvit. Warden, Swan Court Sheltered Housing. For services to Elderly People in ... For services to Disabled People. (London, N19) Frederick George Carpenter. For services to Disabled People in South West ... For services to persons with epilepsy and the community. Noel Cowburn Lynch - of Wellington. For services to rowing and music. ...
*  Timeline of disability rights outside the United States
Specialized juridical person - 2. 1%) This ratio does not include mentally ill persons. Employers are obligated to report the ... The Lunacy Act's most important provision was a change in the status of mentally ill people to patients. As well, the Lunacy ... A guide to arrangements for interagency working for the care and protection of seriously mentally ill people. London: HMSO. " ... a UK public body established to oversee asylums and the welfare of mentally ill people. It succeeded the Metropolitan ...
*  National Criminal Justice Association
"Policy: Mentally Ill Persons in the Criminal Justice System". Retrieved 2009-11-11. "Policy: Tribal Nations and the Criminal ... are necessary for inmates who are mentally ill. Policy makers, law enforcement, and mental health providers should work ... The NCJA states that prison systems are ill-equipped to address the problems and needs of inmates with mental disorders. As ... together to determine what practices and methods of implementation are most effective in dealing with mentally ill inmates. The ...
*  1999 Birthday Honours
For services to Elderly People in Staffordshire. Janet Evelyn Jacklin. For services to Mentally Ill People in Colchester, Essex ... For services to Mentally and Physically Handicapped People in Buckinghamshire. Sarah Elizabeth Burnett. For services to the ... For services to Elderly People in Dunfermline, Fife. Daniel McGregor Ince. For services to Young People and the community in ... For services to Young People. Michael Morpurgo. Co-founder, Farms for City Children. For services to Young People. John Richard ...
*  South African law of agency
... a curator for a prodigal or a mentally ill person; state officials for the state; and a trustee for an insolvent estate. Where ... Executors liquidate and distribute deceased persons' estates. Administrators or testamentary trustees manage deceased persons' ... in order to allow a person who is injured to recover from a principal in addition to the normal rights which an injured person ... For example, a person wishing to sell a house will often instruct an estate agent merely to find a suitable purchaser with whom ...
*  Timeline of nursing history
1841 - People considered to be mentally-ill were considered criminals. The first case of insanity in New Zealand's society was ... 1848 - The Yarra Bend Asylum was opened so that the mentally-ill could be moved out of jail. This asylum was later known as ... 1948 - The National Health Service is launched on July 5. 1949 - Mary Elizabeth Carnegie is the first black person elected to ... 1891 - Daniel Hale Williams founds Provident Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, the first interracial hospital and training school ...
*  Assertive community treatment
Gold Award: Helping mentally ill people break the cycle of jail and homelessness. The Thresholds State, County Collaborative ... In A. B. Critchfield (Ed.), Psychosocial rehabilitation for persons who are deaf and mentally ill: Breakout III-new traditions ... A profile of clients served by a mobile outreach program for homeless mentally ill persons. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, ... Assertive case management for homeless mentally ill persons. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 44, 848-853. Lafave, H. G., de ...
*  Sun Dongdong
Hospitalization of (a mentally ill person) is the greatest safeguard. ... He is a danger to society and also a danger to ... are mentally ill", and he supports "the forced hospitalizations of mentally ill petitioners". Sun has stated: When [a ... We must bring such a person in for treatment and speed up his mental recovery. In this way his human rights will be protected ...
*  Timeline of nursing history in Australia and New Zealand
1841 - People considered to be mentally ill were considered criminals. The first case of insanity in New Zealand's society was ... Wellington: Wellington Hospital Board.) 1848 - The Yarra Bend Asylum was opened so that those mentally ill could be moved out ... "Our people". Waikato Newsroom. "Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act". Ministry of Health NZ. "Educating Nurses: A ... limiting them to 8 days a month and banning single-person night shifts altogether. 1966 - The Filipino Nurses Association was ...
*  Riverview Hospital (Coquitlam)
... and support of the mentally ill people transferred to community-based facilities and programs" (22). Despite financial cuts, ... The third emphasizes the role of volunteer programs to help the mentally ill. The role of a physician, i.e., G.P. was also ... In 1876, Royal Hospital in Victoria was converted to British Columbia's first facility to house mentally ill patients. Due to ... many of the recommendations still enforce sufficient beds for the acutely mentally ill, proper assessment and supervision and ...
*  Critical Incident Response Team
Policing people who appear to be mentally ill (PDF). Office of Police Integrity (Report). Parliamentary paper (Victoria. ...