31 Dev. Mental Health L. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/dvmnhlt31 and id is 1 raw text is: DEVELOPMENTS IN
MENTAL HEALTH LAW
The Institute of Law, Psychiatry & Public Policy - The University of Virginia

Volume 31, Issues 1- 6
Developments in Mental Health Law
Developments in Mental Health Law
Is published electronically by the Institute of Law,
Psychiatry & Public Policy (ILPPP) with the support
of funds from the Virginia Department of
Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.
The opinions expressed in this publication do not
necessarily represent the official position of either
the ILPPP or the Department.
Developments in Mental Health Law is distributed
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Letters and inquiries, as well as articles and other
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Editor
Jane Hickey, Esq
Managing Editor
Edward Strickler, Jr., M.A., M.A., M.P.H.
ISSN 1063-9977

© 2012

December 2011 - October 2012
Some Highlights in Volume 31
College Mental Health Study Measures
Student Access to Mental Health Services
Four Years after Virginia Tech Tragedy; CMS
Administrator Responds to IG on Use of
Restraints to Medicate over Objection
- Issue I
Virginia Settles DOJ CRIPA/ADA
Investigation; To Close 4 of 5 Training
Centers; Three Virginia Jurisdictions Establish
Specialized Mental Health Dockets - Issue 2
Health Department Advance Directive
Registry Operational; 2012 Virginia General
Assembly Update - Issue 3
The Virginia Wounded Warrior Program: A
Model for Outreach and Treatment - Issue 4
Affordable Care Act Upheld As Tax: Medicaid
Expansion Would Significantly Impact
Behavioral Health Care; Study Presented to
JCHC Finds Longer Periods of Temporary
Detention Lead to Reduction in Civil
Commitments - Issue 5
Advance Directives: Promoting Use of
Advance Directives under Virginia's Health
Care Decisions Act; Survey of Stakeholders
about Mental Health Advance Directives in
Virginia; and Advance Directives: A Tool for
Reducing Coercion - Issue 6

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