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You searched for web pages: "Placement in a psychiatric hospital"

Conversions and revocations of conditional orders for forensic psychiatric patients; What factors contribute to success and failure? (full text only available in Dutch)

In the Netherlands, individuals with a mental disorder who have committed a serious crime, can be sentenced to...

Research with publication | 02-05-2017

Conditional release of forensic psychiatric inpatients contrarian to or conform hospital staffs’ advice; Recidivism rates and consequences for probation services (Full text only available in Dutch)

The Dutch judicial order ‘terbeschikkingstelling’ (tbs) is a court ordered sentence for people who have committed serious...

Research with publication | 19-12-2014

Preliminary study evaluating the effects of Section 2.3 of the Forensic Care Act; (full text available only in Dutch)

The question answered in this study is: to what extent will legislative changes to improve forensic care lead to changes in...

Research with publication | 13-12-2012

The decrease in the number of impositions detentions under a hospital order with compulsory psychiatric treatment; developments and backgrounds (full text available only in Dutch)

Detention under a hospital order (the so-called tbs system) is a treatment measure that judges can impose on defendants who...

Research with publication | 17-02-2011

Viability and effectiveness of conditional hospital orders for psychiatric patients

The conditional hospital order under the Psychiatric Hospitals Act [Wet bijzondere opnemingen in psychiatrische ziekenhuizen,...

Research with publication | 10-04-2006

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