Nov 22, 2022
Nathaniel P. Morris, M.D., joins Dr. Dixon and Dr. Berezin to
an evidence-based approach to involuntary psychiatric
hospitalization. Dr. Morris is an Assistant Professor of
Psychiatry in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
at the University of California, San Francisco.
- How did you get interested in this topic? [00:51]
- What is involuntary psychiatric hospitalization? [02:28]
- How does it vary by state and nationally? [04:46]
- What don't we know about the evidence behind involuntary
psychiatric hospitalization? [05:46]
- What are the challenges of investigating involuntary
- What is meant by “involuntary” [09:49]
- Lack of evidence [11:55]
- How do you approach studying this subject? [14:12]
- Alternatives to involuntary hospitalization [17:33]
- Who gets hospitalized? [19:27]
- Open Forum [21:30]
- What does public tracking mean? [22:50]
- How can we manage this if we don't even know anything about the
practice across this country? [23:58]
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