Sascha Callaghan
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Is There a Future for Involuntary Treatment in Rights-Based Mental Health Law?
S Callaghan, C Ryan
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 21, 747, 2014
Rising to the human rights challenge in compulsory treatment–new approaches to mental health law in Australia
S Callaghan, CJ Ryan
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 46 (7), 611-620, 2012
Suicide risk assessment: where are we now?
C Ryan, M Large, S Callaghan
AMPCo., 2013
Can violence risk assessment really assist in clinical decision-making?
MM Large, CJ Ryan, S Callaghan, MB Paton, SP Singh
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 48 (3), 286-288, 2014
Risk of suicide is insufficient warrant for coercive treatment for mental illness
S Callaghan, C Ryan, I Kerridge
International journal of law and psychiatry 36 (5-6), 374-385, 2013
An evolving revolution: evaluating Australia's compliance with the convention on the rights of persons with disabilities in mental health law
S Callaghan, CJ Ryan
UNSWLJ 39, 596, 2016
The capacity to refuse psychiatric treatment: A guide to the law for clinicians and tribunal members
C Ryan, S Callaghan, C Peisah
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 49 (4), 324-333, 2015
Refusing medical treatment after attempted suicide: rethinking capacity and coercive treatment in light of the Kerrie Wooltorton case
S Callaghan, C Ryan
Thomson Reuters, 2011
Legal and ethical aspects of refusing medical treatment after a suicide attempt: the Wooltorton case in the Australian context
CJ Ryan, S Callaghan
Medical journal of Australia 193 (4), 239-242, 2010
Treatment refusal in anorexia nervosa: The hardest of cases
CJ Ryan, S Callaghan
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 11 (1), 43-45, 2014
Pathways to enhancing the quality of stroke care through national data monitoring systems for hospitals
DA Cadilhac, KM Moss, CJ Price, NA Lannin, JY Lim, CS Anderson, ...
Med J Aust 199 (10), 650-651, 2013
Better laws for coercive psychiatric treatment: lessons from the Waterlow case
C Ryan, S Callaghan, M Large
Australasian Psychiatry 20 (4), 283-286, 2012
We need to treat pregnant women as adults: women should be consented for an attempt at normal vaginal birth as for operative delivery, with risks and potential complications …
HP Dietz, S Callaghan
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 58 (6), 701-703, 2018
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
Coercive community treatment in mental health: An idea whose time has passed?
S Callaghan, G Newton-Howes
Lawbook Co., 2017
Surrogacy, motherhood and baby Gammy
S Callaghan, AJ Newson
Progress Educational Trust, 2014
Stroke care in Australia: why is it still the poor cousin of health care?
SPJ Macdonald
The Medical journal of Australia 199 (3), 166, 2013
Hindsight bias and the overestimation of suicide risk in expert testimony
M Large, CJ Ryan, S Callaghan
The Psychiatrist 36 (6), 236-237, 2012
The importance of least restrictive care: the clinical implications of a recent High Court decision on negligence
CJ Ryan, S Callaghan, M Large
Australasian Psychiatry 23 (4), 415-417, 2015
The impact on clinical practice of the 2015 reforms to the New South Wales Mental Health Act
CJ Ryan, S Callaghan
Australasian Psychiatry 25 (1), 43-47, 2017
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