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Anomaly in the transitional arrangements for the Mental Health Act 2007

  • Nicole Karen Fung (a1) and Indra Ethirmannasingam (a2)
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Royal College of Psychiatrists & National Institute for Mental Health in England (2005) New Ways of Working for Psychiatrists. Department of Health.
Department of Health (2008) Mental Health Act 2007: Consultation on Secondary Legislation. Department of Health.
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Anomaly in the transitional arrangements for the Mental Health Act 2007

  • Nicole Karen Fung (a1) and Indra Ethirmannasingam (a2)
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Transitional arrangements

Tony S Zigmond, Consultant psychiatrist
23 November 2008

Fung and Ethirmannasingam are incorrect in suggesting the transitional arrangements make no provision for section 12 approved psychiatrists who are appointed as consultants after 3rd November 2008. Those appointed prior to

2nd November 2009 are covered and become Approved Clinicians under the arrangements. Clarity is available on the College website.

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