JEMH - Vol. 3, No. 2, November 2008

Table of Contents
Entire Issue as a single pdf file:
I. Editorial
Achieving Ethical Mental Health Practices
Ronald Ballantyne MSW MBA
II. Articles
Invited Submission
1. By What Authority? Conflicts of Interest in Professional Ethics
Louis Charland PhD
Commentaries in Response
1a. Sidney Bloch MB ChB PhD DPM FRCPsych FRANZCP DipPhilMed
1b. Francoise Baylis PhD FRSC
Peer Reviewed Submissions
2. Perceptions of Psychiatric Advance Directives among Legal and Mental Health Professionals in Ontario and Quebec
Daniel Ambrosini BCL / LLB., MSc, PhD Candidate
Anne G. Crocker, PhD
Michel Perreault, PhD
Mimi Israel, MD, FRCPC
3. The Blessing and Burden of Biological Psychiatry
Walter Glannon PhD
III. Frontline Perspectives
Peer Reviewed Submissions
Is Deinstitutionalization a 'Failed Experiment'? The Ethics of Re-institutionalization
Marina Morrow PhD
Paul Dagg MD FRCPC
Ann Pederson
IV. Benchmark
Peer Reviewed Submissions
1. The Delicate Dance in Mental Health Policy: Balancing Equality Rights, Family Rights and Community Rights
Judith I. McKenzie, PhD. MCIP
2. Queue-Jumping?: Do Mental Health Courts Privilege Criminal Behavior?
Robin Pierce, J.D., Ph.D.
V. In My Life
Therapy and Feeling Secure
Cheryl Yarek
VI. Insight
Mental Illness and the Medical Student: The Disturbing Reality of Medical Student Perspectives
Kaitlin Dupuis BMSc
VII. Book Review
Geriatric Mental Health Ethics
by Shane S. Bush, PhD Springer Publishing Company, 2008
Reviewed by: Barbara Russell PhD MBA