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Consent in relation to the treatment of eating disorders

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Consent in relation to the treatment of eating disorders

  • Peter Honig (a1) and Tony Jaffa (a1)
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Tom Fahy, Editor
05 August 2003

We are very pleased to add an electronic letters section to our web page. We hope that this facility will promote interactivity between readers and authors. A key advantage of electronic letters is that communications can be posted within a few days of publication of the latest issue of the Psychiatric Bulletin, rather than waiting for 2-3 months or more for publication in the correspondence section of the paper version.

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Rhiannon day, student
05 August 2003

I just wanted to ask how can you have people who want to get better and people who dont in the same unit.It seems to me that this would have a negative effect on those wanting to recover. You maythink that the people who do want to get better will have a good effect onthose who don't, but it would be at the cost of adding uneccesary emotionalstrain on those willing to cooperate. Therefore there should be seperate places for those who end up under a section where they can get seperate help more targeted at helping them to see what has happened and how they could improve their life rather than basically stuffing them with food andonly listening to them when they agree they want your help, which will only be a lie to get of their section ... More

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