Research Themes

 

CEPHS encourages research into and development of existing work by its associates in the following research themes:

  1. Ethics of Mental Health

Below is a list of articles published by associates of the centre:

  • Sadler JZ, Van Staden CW, Fulford KWM. (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015.

  • Van Staden CW.  Informed consent to treatment: incapacity and complexity owing to mental disorder. In Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. JZ Sadler, CW van Staden, KWM Fulford (Eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015.

  • Sadler JZ, Van Staden CW, Fulford KWM. Why an Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics? In Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. JZ Sadler, CW van Staden, KWM Fulford (Eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015.

  • Crepaz-Keay D, Fulford KWM, Van Staden CW. Putting both a person and people first: interdependence, values-based practice and African Batho Pele as resources for co-production in mental health. In Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. JZ Sadler, CW van Staden, KWM Fulford (Eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015.

  • Bolton D, Banner NF. Does mental disorder involve a loss of personal autonomy?  In: Autonomy and Mental Health. L. Radoilska (Ed.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.

  • Van Staden CW. Acceptance and insight: incapacity of give informed consent. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. 2009; 22:554-558.

  • Van Staden CW. Can involuntarily admitted psychiatric patients give informed consent to participate in clinical research? South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2007; 13:10-12.

  • Van Staden CW, Krüger C. Incapacity to give informed consent owing to mental disorder. Journal of Medical Ethics. 2003; 29:41-43.

  • Van Staden CW. Can involuntarily admitted psychiatric patients give informed consent to participate in clinical research? South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2007; 13:10-12.

  • Van Staden CW, Krüger C. Incapacity to give informed consent owing to mental disorder. Journal of Medical Ethics. 2003; 29:41-43.

 

 

 

  1. Ethics of Pandemic Diseases
  2. Ethics of Health Research
  3. Person-centeredness and Informed Consent to Health Interventions
  4. Philosophy of Mental Health
  5. Values in Health Practice (Axiology of Health Practice)

 

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