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The test for decision-making capacity in common law countries is not the test outlined by Zhong et al

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1Zhong, R, Sisti, DA, Karlawish, JH. A pragmatist's guide to the assessment of decision-making capacity. Br J Psychiatry 2019; 214: 183–5.
2Re MB (Medical Treatment) [1997] EWCA Civ 3093.
3Law Reform Commission (UK). Report No 231: Report on Mental Incapacity. HMSO, 1995.
4Ryan, C, Szmukler, G, Large, M. Kings College Hospital Trust v C: using and weighing information to assess capacity. Lancet Psychiatry 2016; 3: 917–9.
5Ryan, CJ, Callaghan, S, Peisah, C. The capacity to refuse psychiatric treatment – a guide to the law for clinicians and tribunal members. Aust N Z J Psychiatry 2015; 49: 324–3.
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