Publications

The publications related to the Ethics of Mental Health by the associates (printed in bold) of the proposed Centre are listed below.

4.1 Ethics of Mental Health

  • 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.

4.2 Ethics of Pandemic Diseases

  • The publications related to the Ethics of Pandemic Diseases by the associates (printed in bold) of the proposed Centre are listed as follows:
  • Tucker JD, Rennie S and the Social and Ethical Working Group on HIV Cure (D Bangsberg, W Cai, B Cheng, J Crane, M de Roubaix, K Fenton, G Henderson, A Kleinman, L Hightow-Weidman, Y Lo, BM Meier, D Margolis, K Moodley, R Necochea, J Nie, MR Isler, S Rennie, MJ Siedner, T Rossouw, J Sugarman, JD Tucker). Social and Ethical Implications of HIV Cure Research. AIDS (In press) Jan 21. [Epub ahead of print].
  • Nienaber A. Liability for the wrongful transmission of communicable diseases in South African prisons: What about HIV? Journal Southern African Public Law. 2013; 28:163-172.
  • Rossouw T, Moodley K. HIV and Ethics, in Medical Ethics, Law and Human Rights: A South African Perspective. Edited by K Moodley. Van Schaik: South Africa, 2010.
  • Nienaber A. The African regional human rights system and HIV-related human experimentation: Implications of Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum v Zimbabwe. Journal African Human Rights Law Journal. 2009. 9:524-545.
  • Nienaber A. The involuntary isolation of patients with XDR-TB: The term 'health service' in section 7 of Act 61 of 2003 interpreted too broadly? Minister of Health, Western Cape v Goliath and Others. SA Public Law / SA Publiekreg. 2009. 24:659- 667.
  • Nienaber A. The researcher's liability for HIV-related clinical research without the participant's informed consent: South Africa's common law, case law and legislation. Tydskrif vir Hedenbdaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg/ Journal of Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law. 2008. 71: 364-386.
  • Nienaber A. The statutory regulation of children's participation in HIV-related clinical research: More questions than answers. Tydskrif vir Hedendaagse Romeins-Hollandse Reg / Journal for Contemporary Roman Dutch Law. 2008; 71:671- 677.
  • Kistner U. AIDS, Pornography, and Conspicuous Consumption.  Media Politics of an HIV/AIDS Prevention Campaign in South Africa. In: Global Fragments. (Dis)Orientation in the New World Order (ed. by Anke Bartels and Dirk Wiemann). Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2007, pp. 89-104.
  • Mulaudzi FM. Comments on the XIV International HIV/AIDS conference: An “Ubuntu” perspective. Religion and Theology. 2007. 14:105-115.
  • Nienaber A. The accountability of states for human rights abuses by non-state actors during preventive HIV vaccine efficacy trials in Africa. South African Yearbook of International Law. 2007; 32: 430-447.
  • Mulaudzi FM. Indigenous health beliefs, attitudes and practices among Vhavenda: A challenge to the promotion of HIV/AIDS strategies. Curationis. 2007. 30:31-38.
  • Kistner U. (Auto)Biographie und (Auto)Thanatographie unter den Zeichen von HIV/AIDS‘. In: Akten des XI. Internationalen Germanistenkongresses, Paris 2005, Bd. 8: Universal-, Global- und Nationalkulturen - Nationalliteratur und Weltliteratur (hrsg. v. Jean-Marie Valentin, mit Stephane Pesnel). Berne: Peter Lang, 2007, pp. 157-161
  • Rossouw TM. Ethical dilemmas in an antiretroviral clinic – a narrative. CME 2006; 24(1):16-18.
  • Kistner U. Necessity and sufficiency in the aetiology of HIV/AIDS: the science, history and politics of the causal link. African Journal for AIDS Research. 2002; 1:56-63.

4.3 Ethics of Health Research

  • The publications related to the Ethics of Health Research by the associates (printed in bold) of the proposed Centre are listed below.
  • Kistner U. The socio-logic of knowledge-in-formation between discovery and error: some considerations from ‘normal science’ under exceptional conditions. Neohelicon, 2014, pp. 421-431.
  • Rossouw T, Van Zyl C, Pope A. Responsible conduct of research: global trends, local opportunities. S Afr J Sci. 2014; 110(1/2):30-35.
  • Moodley K, Sibanda NB, February K and Rossouw T. "It's my blood": ethical complexities in the use, storage and export of biological samples: perspectives from South African research participants. BMC Medical Ethics 2014; 15:4.
  • Okonta P, Rossouw T. Misconduct in research: a descriptive survey of attitudes, perceptions and associated factors in a developing country. BMC Medical Ethics. 2014;15:25.
  • Okonta P, Rossouw T. Prevalence of scientific misconduct among a group of researchers in Nigeria. Dev World Bioeth. 2013; 13(3):149-157.
  • Nienaber A. The protection of participants in clinical research in Africa: Does domestic human rights law have a role to play? African Human Rights Law Journal. 2008. 1:138-162.

4.4   Person-centeredness and Informed Consent to Health Interventions

  • The publications related to Person-centeredness and Informed Consent to Health Interventions by the associates (printed in bold) of the proposed Centre are:
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Fernandez L, Rossouw T, Marcus T, Smit N, Kinkel F, Memon S. Hugo J. Factors Associated with Better Patient Understanding of their Management Plan in Tshwane Clinics. African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine. 2014;6(1).
  • Cloninger CR, Salvador-Carulla L, Kirmayer LJ, Schwartz MA, Appleyard J, Goodwin N, Groves J, Hermans MHM, Mezzich JE, Van Staden CW, Rawaf S. A time for action on health inequities: foundations of the 2014 Geneva Declaration on Person- and People-centered Integrated Health Care for All. International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine. 2014; 4:69-89.
  • Van Staden CW. Desirable Objects of Evaluation for Measuring Person-Centered Medicine: Conceptual Considerations Drawing on African Insights. International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine. 2013, 3:187-190.
  • Stanghellini G, Bolton D, Fulford KWM. Person-centered psychopathology of schizophrenia: building on karl jaspers' understanding of patient's attitude toward his illness. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 2013; 39:287-294.
  • Stephenson LA, Wagner SJ, Bolton D. Maximizing patient autonomy to improve outcomes. British Journal of Hospital Medicine. 2013; 74(suppl. 1):C14-16
  • Nienaber A. Consent to research by mentally-ill children and adolescents: the implications of chapter 9 of the National Health Act. South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2013; 19:19-23
  • Ruzario S, Mavhu W, Musesenngwa R, Zinyama-Gutsire R, Gunda R, Phiri M, Rossouw TM. Exploring research participants’ perceptions and comprehension of the informed consent process in a pre-exposure HIV prevention study: a case study. Retrovirology. 2012; 9(Suppl 2):238.
  • Stephenson LA, Wagner SJ, Bolton D. Understanding autonomy within philosophical tradition and modern medical ethics. British Journal of Hospital Medicine. 2012; 73: C190-2
  • Van Staden CW. African approaches to an enriched ethics of person-centred health practice. International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine. 2011; 1:11-17
  • Nienaber A. Consent to and authorisation of the export and use of human biological specimens for future research - perspectives from three African countries. Journal Comparative and International Law Journal of South Africa. 2011; 44:225-254
  • Nienaber A. The regulation of informed consent to participation in clinical research by mentally-ill persons in South Africa: An overview. South African Journal of Psychiatry, 2010; 16:118-124.
  • Van Staden CW. Acceptance and insight: incapacity of give informed consent. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. 2009; 22:554-558.
  • Nienaber A. Informed consent to participation in preventive HIV vaccine efficacy trials in the light of section 12(2)(c) of the South African Constitution. Journal for Juridical Science / Tydskrif vir Regswetenskap. 2008; 33:69-101.
  • Nienaber A. The utility of international human rights law on informed consent in the protection of clinical research participants in Africa: 'The road less travelled'. SA Public Law / SA Publiekreg. 2007; 22:422-443
  • 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, Fulford KWM. Hypotheses, neuroscience and real persons: the theme of the 10th international conference on philosophy, psychiatry and psychology. South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2007; 13:68-71.
  • Van Staden CW. Person-centred psychiatry: the recent 10th international conference on philosophy, psychiatry and psychology. South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2007; 13:124.
  • Van Staden CW, Krüger C. Incapacity to give informed consent owing to mental disorder. Journal of Medical Ethics. 2003; 29:41-43.

4.5 Philosophy of Mental Health

  • The publications related to Philosophy and Mental Health by the proposed associates (printed in bold) of the Centre are listed as follows:
  • Pickering N, Van Staden CW. Wittgenstein’s Insights for Mental Health: Understanding, Explanation and Certainty. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming in 2016).
  • Rashed MA. A critical perspective on second order empathy in understanding psychopathology. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. 2015; 36:97-116.
  • Joubert P, Van Staden CW. Non-pathological criminal incapacity and automatism: toward clarity for psychiatric testimony. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry (in press).
  • Rashed MA. From powerlessness to control: psychosis, spirit possession & recovery in the western desert of Egypt. Culture Medicine and Psychiatry. (in press)
  • Rashed MA, Bingham R. Can psychiatry distinguish social deviance from mental disorder? Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology. 2014; 21:243-255.
  • Van Staden CW. Examining fallacies in diagnostic reasoning. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 2013; 19:528-530.
  • Bolton D. (2013). Overdiagnosis problems in the DSM-IV and the new DSM-5: can they be resolved by the distress impairment criterion? Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 58, 612-617.
  • Rashed MA. Psychiatric judgments across cultural contexts: relativist, clinical-ethnographic, and universalist-scientific perspectives. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 2013; 38:128-148.
  • Bolton D. Should mental disorders be regarded as brain disorders?: 21st century mental health sciences and implications for research and training. World Psychiatry. 2013; 12, 24-25.
  • Rashed MA. Culture, salience and psychiatric diagnosis: exploring the concept of cultural congruence & its practical application. Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine. 2013; 8(5): 1-12.
  • Rashed MA. Talking past each other: conceptual confusion in ‘culture’ and ‘psychopathology’. South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2013; 19:12-15.
  • Van Staden CW. Building our identity of psychiatry in the past, present and future South Africa. South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2012; 18:70-71.
  • Bolton D. Classifying by aetiology: a deflationary approach to the classification problem. In Kendler K & Parnass J, Philosophical Issues in Psychiatry II. Nosology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2012.
  • Du Plessis RF. Constructing patient-psychiatrist relations in psychiatric hospitals: The role of space and personal action. Social Semiotics, 2012, iFirst November; 1-20.
  • Kistner U. Das Ereignis des Unaussprechlichen. Traumdeutung, Sprachmagie, Poesie – und Kritik. In: Jahrbuch fuer Internationale Germanistik. Special Edition: Magie und Sprache (ed. by Carlotta von Maltzan). Bern: Peter Lang, 2012, pp. 239-258.
  • Du Plessis R.. Constructing Patient-Psychiatrist Relations in Psychiatric Hospitals: the role of space and personal action. Social Semiotics 2012 [iFirst]:1-20.
  • Du Plessis R. Social Class and Psychotherapy: A Critical Reading of Thomas Szasz’s The Ethics of Psychoanalysis. Psychology in Society. 2011; 42:21-34.
  • Du Plessis RF. Social class and psychotherapy: a critical reading of Thomas Szasz’s The Ethics of Psychoanalysis. Psychol Soc. 2011; 42:21-34.
  • Van Staden CW, Coetzee K. Conceptual relations between loneliness and culture. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. 2010; 23:524-529.
  • Bolton, D. Conceptualisation of mental disorder and its personal meanings. Journal of Mental Health. 2010; 19(4): 328–336.
  • Bolton, D. Social, biological and personal constructions of mental illness, in Principles of Social Psychiatry (2nd), D.Bughra and C.Morgan (eds). Wiley, 2010, pp. 39-49
  • Bolton, D. Commentary on Fulford & Sadler’s “Mapping the Logical Geography of Delusion and Spiritual Experience”. In Religious and Spiritual Issues in Psychiatric Diagnosis: A Research Agenda for DSM-V. Edited by JR Peteet, F Lu,  WE Narrow. Arlington, VA:  American Psychiatric Association. 2010.
  • Stein DJ, Phillips KA, Bolton D, Fulford KWM, Sadler J Z., Kendler KS. What is a Mental/Psychiatric Disorder? From DSM-IV to DSM-V. Psychological Medicine. 2010; 40:1–7.
  • Stein DJ, Phillips KA, Bolton D, Fulford KWM, Sadler JZ, Kendler KS. Response to the commentaries on 'What is a mental/psychiatric disorder?' Psychological Medicine. 2010; 40:1931-1934.
  • Van Staden CW. Limited access to an individual’s mental content: a constraint on the strength of our knowledge in courts. South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2009; 15:55.
  • Bolton D. What is mental disorder? Psychiatry. 2009; 8:468-70.
  • Bolton D. Disorder. In the Oxford Companion to Emotion and the Affective Sciences, Edited D Sander and K Scherer. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2009, pp.123-124.
  • Van Staden CW. Conceptual issues in somatoform disorders and chronic fatigue syndrome. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. 2006; 18:613-618.
  • Van Staden CW. The negative as prognostic marker of outcome in psychotherapy. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research & Practice. 2006; 79:461-465.
  • Van Staden CW. Conceptual and experiential estrangement of the self: a neo-Fregean elucidation. South African Journal of Psychiatry, 2006; 12:16-21.
  • Van Staden CW. Mind, brain and person: reviewing psychiatry’s constituency. South African Psychiatry Review. 2006; 9:93-98.
  • Van Staden CW. Language, mind and world. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology. 2005; 12:77-78.
  • Van Staden CW, Fulford KWM. Changes in semantic uses of first person pronouns as possible linguistic markers of recovery in psychotherapy. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. 2004; 38:226-233.
  • Van Staden CW. Diagnostic explanation and diagnostic understanding in psychiatry. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. 2003; 16:667-672.
  • Van Staden CW, Krüger C. Linguistic markers of recovery: semantic, and syntactic changes in the use of first person pronouns in the course of psychotherapy. In Nature and Narrative. KWM Fulford, K Morris, J Sadler, G Stanghellini (Eds) Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2003; pp 251-262.
  • Krüger C, Van Staden CW. Is conversion disorder a dissociative symptom? Bridging Eastern and Western Psychiatry. 2003; 1:88-94.
  • Van Staden CW. Linguistic markers of recovery: theoretical underpinnings of first person pronoun usage and semantic positions of patients. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology. 2002; 9:105-126.
  • Van Staden CW. Language mirrors relational positions in recovery: a response to commentaries by Falzer & Davidson, Gillett, and Suppes. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology. 2002; 9:137-140.
  • Kistner U. Norms, Normality and Normativity between the Social and the Vital. Notes on a Missed Controversy Between Michel Foucault and Georges Canguilhem. In:  Psychopathology and Social Prejudice (ed. by D Hook and G Eagle).  Cape Town: Cape Town University Press. 2002, pp. 252-263.
  • Van Staden CW. ‘I’ or ‘me’: the logic of human relations. In Heart and Soul: The Therapeutic Face of Philosophy. C Mace (Ed). London: Routledge. 1999; pp 87-103.

4.6 Values in Health Practice (Axiology of Health Practice)

  • The publications related to Values in Health Practice by the proposed associates (printed in bold) of the Centre are listed below. The values are various in kind and relate to history, culture, religion, law, decision-making, aesthetics, language and values-based practice.
  • Van Staden CW, Fulford KWM. The Indaba in African Values-based Practice: Respecting Diversity of Values without Ethical Relativism or Individual Liberalism. In Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. JZ Sadler, CW van Staden, KWM Fulford (Eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015
  • Van Staden CW. History of Psychiatry in Brief. In South African Textbook of Psychiatry (2nd ed). JL Roos & J Burns (Eds). Cape Town: Oxford University Press (2015)
  • Breed DG, Van Staden CW. A Reformational Christian Overview on Suffering, Guilt, Failures, and Related Issues in Psychiatry. In Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. JZ Sadler, CW van Staden, KWM Fulford (Eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015.
  • Rashed MA, Du Plessis RR, Van Staden CW. Culture and Mental Health. In: Psychology: Themes & Variations, South African Edition. London: Cengage Learning. 2015.
  • Cloninger CR, Salvador-Carulla L, Kirmayer LJ, Schwartz MA, Appleyard J, Goodwin N, Groves J, Hermans MHM, Mezzich JE, Van Staden CW, Rawaf S. A time for action on health inequities: foundations of the 2014 Geneva Declaration on Person- and People-centered Integrated Health Care for All. International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine. 2014; 4:69-89.
  • *Welgemoed M, Van Staden CW. Does religious identification of South African psychiatrists matter in their approach to religious matters in clinical practice? South African Journal of Psychiatry, 2014. 20:140-145.
  • Kistner U. Heterotopographies of a restless heritage: The West and the Rest of Pretoria. Social Scientist. 2014; 42:81-102.
  • Nienaber A. Pregnant, dead, and on a ventilator: A few thoughts in response to Prof McQuoid-Mason. Journal The South African Journal of Bioethics & Law, 2014; 7:47-50.
  • Du Plessis R. Photographs from the Grahamstown Lunatic Asylum, 1890-1907. Social Dynamics. 2014; 40(1):12-42.
  • Du Plessis R. The Tara photograph album: visualising a therapeutic community. Adler Museum Bulletin 2014; 40(2):13-18.
  • Fulford KWM, Van Staden CW. Values-based practice: topsy-turvy take home messages from ordinary language philosophy. In Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychiatry. KWM Fulford, M Davies, G Graham, JZ Sadler, G Stanghellini, R Gipps, T Thornton (Eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2013.
  • Du Plessis R. Popularising and promoting the asylum: photography and image making at the Grahamstown Lunatic Asylum, 1890-1907. Image & Text. 2013; 22:96-129.
  • Du Plessis R. Language, discourse & representation. In: Looking at media: an introduction to visual studies, edited by J Reid. Cape Town: Pearson. 2013; pp. 23-40.
  • Buchner-Eveleigh M, Nienaber A.  Kinders se gesondheidsorg: voldoen Suid-Afrikaanse wetgewing aan die land se verpligtinge ingevolge die konvensie oor die regte van die kind en die grondwet? Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal / Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad. 2012; 15:103-146.
  • Du Plessis R. The influence of moral therapy on the landscape design of lunatic asylums built in the nineteenth century. De Arte. 2012; 86:21-38.
  • Van Staden CW. Spiritual and other diversities at the heart of invigorating leadership: a South African spark. International Journal of Leadership in Public Services. 2010; 6:73–77.
  • Van Staden CW. Stuck in the past or heading for flourishing people in diversity. South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2010; 16:4-6.
  • Nienaber A. 'The grave's a fine and private place': A preliminary exploration of the law relating to posthumous sperm retrieval for procreation. Southern African Public Law. 2010. 25: 707-714
  • Du Plessis, R. 2010. The Sites / Citing of Female Sexuality: An Irigarayan Reading of Sex Positive. Communicatio 36(3):309-326. [DoHET Accredited]
  • Mulaudzi FM, Mokoena JD, Troskie RM. The Meaning and Values of Nursing. In: Basic Nursing Ethics in Practice (2nd ed.). D. Merrington (Ed.). Johannesburg:  Heinemann. 2010
  • Du Plessis R, Maree, M. Engendered representations: exploring sexuality through symbol and myth. Verbum et Ecclesia. 2009; 30(1).
  • Mulaudzi FM, Libster M, Phiri S. Suggestions for creating a welcoming nursing community: ubuntu, cultural diplomacy, and mentoring. International Journal of Human Caring. 2009. 13:45-51.
  • Van Staden CW. Facts and values in psychiatric practice: the theme of the 2006 14th national psychiatry congress. South African Journal of Psychiatry. 2006; 12:40.
  • Du Plessis R. Exhibiting the expulsion of transgression, in Sex, gender, becoming. Post-Apartheid reflections, edited by K van Marle. Pretoria: PULP. 2006; pp.19-40.
  • Van Staden CW. The need for trained eyes to see facts and values in psychiatric diagnosis. World Psychiatry. 2005; 4:94.
  • Kistner U. Georges Cuvier - Founder of Modern Biology (Foucault) or Scientific Racist (Cultural Studies)? In: Configurations. 1999; 7:175-190
  • Kistner U. llness as Metaphor? On the Role of Linguistic Categories in the History of Medicine. In:  Twentieth Century Literature. 1998; 22:11-30
  • Kistner U. The walls without and the walls within - leprosy and social control. In: Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte. 1998; 21:237-250.
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