JEMH - Vol. 1, No. 1, November 2006

Table of Contents
Entire Issue as a single pdf file:
I.  Editorial
Mental Health Ethics: The New Reality
Ronald Ballantyne MSW MBA
II.  Articles
Selected Conference Proceedings
1. Patterns of Practice: A Useful Notaion in Medical Ethics?
Julian C. Hughes MA MB PhD
2. The Ethics of "Ethics": Black and White or Shades of Grey?
Bernard Dickens OC PhD LLD FRSC
Peer Reviewed Submissions:
3. Ethical and Clinical Issues in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in the Frail Elderly with Dementia: A Jewish Perspective
Michael Gordon, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FRCP Edin
4. Restraint Use and Autonomy in Psychiatric Care
C.D. Herrera PhD
III.  Analysis
Selected Conference Proceedings
1. Assertive Community Treatment: 23 Cases
Sarah Garside MD PhD FRCPC
John Maher MD FRCPC
Case Selected for Invited Commentary
2. John Has Hepatitis and Psychosis
A Case Submitted by: Paul Dagg MD FRCPC
With Commentary by: Sidney Bloch MD PhD, Stephen Green MD, Walter Glannon PhD
Actual Case Outcome By: Paul Dagg MD FRCPC
IV.  In My Life
An Invited Submission
1. Mental Disorder, Diagnosis, Treatment and Ethics
Piers Allott
V.  Benchmark
Select Conference Proceedings
1. Making the Law Match the Reality: Making the Reality Match the Law
Michael Bay JD
VI.  Insight
1. Reflections from JEMH's Inaugural Conference
Barbara J. Russell PhD MBA
2. Chaos and Grace
David C. Flagel PhD
VII.  Book Review
The Ethical Brain
By Michael S. Gazzaniga., 201 pp. Dana Press, 2005
Reviewed by: Michael Robertson MD FRANZCP