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UN Principles for the Protection of Persons with Mental Illness the Improvement of Mental Health Care《联合国保护精神疾病患者与改善精神保健的原则》

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The Principles for the Protection of Persons with Mental Illness and the Improvement of Mental Health Care (MI Principles) provide guidance on how people with mental illness can expect to be treated in the health-care system and beyond.  Like the Disability Convention, the key philosophies of the MI Principles are the maximisation of consumer autonomy and freedom of choice.  The MI Principles are not formally binding, but they do influence the interpretation of Australia's human rights obligations.

The MI Principles confirm that people with mental illness have the right to:

  • Live and work, as far as possible, in the community
  • Be treated in the community in which they live
  • Receive appropriate health and social care
  • Receive medication only for therapeutic or diagnostic purposesAccess their health and personal records
  • Make a complaint about their treatmentKnow and understand their rights

Principles for the Protection of Persons with Mental Illness and for the Improvement of Mental Health Care

最后更新 ( 2016-07-22 20:02 )