Confidentiality and Mental Health

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Index
Adams, J. 36
Adshead, G. 8, 10, 40, 106
AG v. Guardian 48
Akhtar, S. 173
Alderson, P. 12
Alford, S. 12
American Psychological Association 110, 112
Anderson, R. 37
Anfang, S. and Appelbaum, P. 33, 34
Appelbaum, P.S. 29, 33, 34
Bailey, S. 75
Bailey, S. and Harbour, A. 83
Bayles, M. 130
Beauchamp, T.L. and Childress, J.F. 49, 61, 63
Bingham 27
Bion, W. 174
Birchall, E. and Hallett, C. 73
Birmingham CC v. O. 100
Bloch, S., Hafner, H., Harari, E. and Szmukler, G. 65
Blom-Cooper, L., Hally, H. and Murphy, E. 38
Bok, S. 131, 133
Bolam v. Friern Hospital Management Committee 95
Bollas, C. and Sundelson, D. 25, 43, 112
Brazier, M. and Bridges, C. 75
Brent and NSPCC 86
Bridge Child Care Consultancy 87
British Medical Association (BMA) 30, 61, 122
British Medical Journal (BMJ) 73
Brooks, A.D. 124
Bullock, R., Edwards, C. and Farrand, I. 39
Bullock, R. and Little, M. 73, 74
Bullrock, R., Little, M. and Milham, S. 72
Butler Committee 124
Cain, P. 16, 61, 135
Caldicott Committee 166
Campbell, P. 20
Capron, A.M. 163
Carol, R. and Ward, R. 97
Carson, D. 121, 125
Clare, A. 54
Clothier, C., MacDonald, A. and Shaw, D. 39
College of Nurses of Ontario 128, 130
Court of Appeal in Re R 77
Cullen, P. 73
Culver, C.N. and Gert, B. 63, 64
Data Protection Register 104
Department of Health 27, 28, 37, 48, 54, 59, 60, 67, 86, 97, 103, 105
Department of Health and Department of Education 95
Department of Health, Home Office, Department for Education and Employment, National Assembly for Wales 83
Department of Health and Social Services 88
Department of Health, Social Services Inspectorate 122
Department of Health and Welsh Office 71
Devereux, J., Jones, D.P.H. and Dickinson, D. 77
Dickenson, D. 8
Dickenson, D. and Fulword, K.W.M. 11
Duncan v. Medical Practitioners' Disciplinary Committee 48, 50, 142
Eastman, N. 29
Eastman, N. and Peay, J. 62
Edgell v. W 31
Freedman, A. and Halpern, A. 10
Freud, S. 109, 171
Fulford, K.W.M. 12, 15, 18, 19, 20
Fulford, K.W.M. and Bloch, S. 8, 14, 15
Fulford, K.W.M. and Hope, R.A. 19
Fulford, K.W.M., Smirnoff, A.Y.U. and Snow, E. 20
Furniss, T. 89

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