Edwina Light
Edwina Light
Sydney Health Ethics, University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Community treatment orders in Australia: rates and patterns of use
E Light, I Kerridge, C Ryan, M Robertson
Australasian Psychiatry 20 (6), 478-482, 2012
The lived experience of involuntary community treatment: a qualitative study of mental health consumers and carers
EM Light, MD Robertson, P Boyce, T Carney, A Rosen, M Cleary, GE Hunt, ...
Australasian Psychiatry 22 (4), 345-351, 2014
Out of sight, out of mind: making involuntary community treatment visible in the mental health system
E Light, I Kerridge, C Ryan, MD Robertson
Med J Aust 196 (9), 591-3, 2012
The epistemic challenges of CTOs
E Light
Psychiatric Bulletin 38 (1), 6-8, 2014
How shortcomings in the mental health system affect the use of involuntary community treatment orders
EM Light, MD Robertson, P Boyce, T Carney, A Rosen, M Cleary, GE Hunt, ...
Australian Health Review 41 (3), 351-356, 2017
Rates of use of community treatment orders in Australia
E Light
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 64, 83-87, 2019
Community treatment orders: towards a new research agenda
L Brophy, V Edan, P Gooding, B McSherry, T Burkett, S Carey, A Carroll, ...
Australasian Psychiatry 26 (3), 299-302, 2018
Psychiatry and the ‘Gay Holocaust’ – the lessons of Jill Soloway’s Transparent
MD Robertson, E Light, G Walter, W Lipworth
Australasian Psychiatry 24 (6), 571-574, 2016
The many faces of risk: a qualitative study of risk in outpatient involuntary treatment
E Light, M Robertson, P Boyce, T Carney, A Rosen, M Cleary, G Hunt, ...
Psychiatric Services 66 (6), 649-652, 2015
Involuntary psychiatric treatment in the community: general practitioners and the implementation of community treatment orders
E Light, I Kerridge, M Robertson, P Boyce, T Carney, A Rosen, M Cleary, ...
Australian family physician 44 (7), 485, 2015
The First into the Dark: The Nazi Persecution of the Disabled
M Robertson, A Ley, E Light
Sydney: University of Technology Sydney ePress. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5130/aae, 2019
Globalisation and the ethics of transnational biobank networks
L Dive, P Mason, E Light, I Kerridge, W Lipworth
Asian Bioethics Review 9 (4), 301-310, 2017
Reconceptualizing involuntary outpatient psychiatric treatment: From" Capacity" to" Capability"
EM Light, MD Robertson, IH Kerridge, P Boyce, T Carney, A Rosen, ...
Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 23 (1), 33-45, 2016
Psychiatry, genocide and the National Socialist State: lessons learnt, ignored and forgotten.
M Robertson, E Light, W Lipworth, G Walter
UTS ePRESS, 2017
Disruption, Diversity, and Global Biobanking
E Light, M Wiersma, L Dive, I Kerridge, C Critchley, W Lipworth
The American Journal of Bioethics 19 (5), 45-47, 2019
What is ethics?
M Robertson, E Light
Ethics in Mental Health-Substance Use, 8-21, 2017
The Contemporary Significance of the Holocaust for Australian Psychiatry
M Robertson, E Light, W Lipworth, G Walter
Health and History 18 (2), 99-120, 2016
An analysis of the community treatment order system in New South Wales
EM Light
University of Sydney, 2015
Examining diversity in public willingness to participate in offshore human biobanking: An Australian mixed methods study
C Critchley, M Wiersma, W Lipworth, E Light, L Dive, I Kerridge
Public Understanding of Science, 0963662520948034, 2020
Public trust and global biobank networks
W Lipworth, I Kerridge, C Stewart, E Light, M Wiersma, P Mason, ...
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