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認知症と法

Dementia and the Law

Tony Harrop-Griffiths, Jonathan Cowen, Christine Cooper, et al.

1 vol. xxxiv, 533 p. Paper., 2014.

Jordan Publishing, GBR. ISBN: 9781846617560

¥14,859

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【Table of Contents】

Section 1: Diagnosis and Assessment

Access and rights to personal information

-Access to personal information

-Requesting personal information on behalf of others

-Duty to report information

-Reporting risks

Hospitalisation and sectioning

-Powers under the Mental Health 1983 Act and Mental Capacity Act 2005

-Detention for assessment in hospital under the Mental Health Act 1983

-Detention for treatment under the Mental Health Act 1983

-Section 117 - After-care

-Challenging a section

-What happens when a section expires

-Guardianship

Rights to assessments

-Assessment of Mental Capacity

-When should capacity be assessed

-Who should assess capacity?

-Reasonable belief of lack of capacity

-When will a formal assessment of capacity be necessary?

-Standardised tests for assessing capacity

-Assessment of social needs

-Regarding capacity

-Regarding continuing healthcare

-Regarding local authority care services

Section 2: Care

Welfare and best interests

-What are welfare decisions?

-Best interests

-Deprivation of Liberty

-Safety measures established under the MCA

-Powers of Attorney regarding personal welfare

-Welfare Deputies and the Court of Protection

NHS Care and Treatment

-NHS responsibilities - overview

-Dementia and the NHS

-Continuing healthcare

-Joint packages of care

-NHS-funded nursing care

Local Authority Care

-Service Provision decision

-Prioritising need

-Care and Support Bill

Carers

-The statues

-Care and Support Bill

Section 3: Property and Finance

Lasting and Enduring Powers of Attorney

-What is a Power of Attorney?

-Obligations of an Attorney

-Enduring Powers of Attorney

-Lasting Powers of Attorney - the legal process

Property and Affairs in the Court of Protection

-Jurisdiction

-Application to the Court of Protection

-Financial deputies

-Deputies' obligations

-Financial abuse

Funding for care services

-Care at Home

-Residential care

-Proposed Reforms

Section 4: Remedies

Challenging decisions and making complaints

-Complaints

Resolving disputes - Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

-Alternative Dispute Resolution

-Mediation

-What characteristics of the process make a mediation succeed?

-Other types of ADR

Remedies in the Court of Protection

-What can the Court of Protection do?

-Will the decisions of the Court of Protection be made public?

-Costs

Judicial Review

-What is Judicial Review?

-Matters that may limit the bringing of judicial review claims

-Judicial review: How does the court make its decision

-Time limits and standing

-Limited scope of judicial review

-Challenging decisions of public bodies - grounds for judicial review

-The procedure for judicial review

-Applications for interim relief

-What judges take into account in making their decisions

-Costs

-Relationship between proceedings in the Court of Protection and judicial review

Other Court Proceedings

-Using the inherent jurisdiction of the High Court

-Litigation capacity in civil proceedings

-Professional negligence claims

-Damages for breach of human rights

-Discrimination

-Reasonable and provisions of auxiliary aids

-Contractual disputes

-Personal Injury claims

-Funding a claim

Statutory Materials