May 2006 J. Mental Health L. 3 (2006)

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Contents                                                                                                                      Page
F o rew   o rd   ........................................................................................................................................ 4
Articles and Comment
Vindicating the right to bodily security of the incapable in research - Part I
Austen Garwood-Gowers ............................................................................................... 7
Vindicating the right to bodily security of the incapable in research - Part 2
Austen Qarwood-Qowers ..................................................................................................... 17
A socially excluded group? - Hearing the voice of victims
C la ire  B entley  ..................................................................................................................... 26
Provocation: the fall (and rise) of objectivity
K evin   K errigan   ................................................................................................................... 44
Mental Health in the Workplace (I) - 'Stress' Claims and Workplace Standards
and the European Framework Directive on Health and Safety at Work
K ay  W   hea t ......................................................................................................................... 53
Casenotes
Executive Action and Convention Compliance? A Risk Unrecognised by the House
K  ris  Q led hill ...................................................................................................................... 66
One Code to rule them all, one code to bind them: the seclusion of detained patients
Sim  on  Foster   ....................................................................................................................... 76
Paternalism or Power? - Compulsory treatment under section 58 of the
Mental Health Act 1983
Paul   H op  e  .......................................................................................................................... 90
Book Reviews
Seminal Issues in Mental Health Law by Jill Peay
M  at  K  inton  ...................................................................................................................... 102
Mental Health Tribunals - Essential Cases by Kris Gledlill
D  avid  H  ew  itt .................................................................................................................... 107

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