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Using a Scenario-Based Approach to Teaching Professionalism to Medical Students: Course Description and Evaluation.

James Ashcroft, Patrick Warren, Thomas Weatherby, Stephen Barclay, Laurence Kemp, Richard Justin Davies, Catherine Elizabeth Hook, Elizabeth Fistein, Elizabeth Soilleux,

<h4>Background</h4>Doctors play a key role in individuals' lives undergoing a holistic integration into local communities. To maintain public trust, it is essential that professional values are upheld by both doctors and medical students. We aimed to ensure that students appreciated these professional obligations during the 3-year science-based, preclinical course with ... Read more >>

JMIR Med Educ (JMIR medical education)
[2021, 7(2):e26667]

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Challenges for people with intellectual disabilities in law enforcement interactions in Ireland; thematic analysis informed by 1537 person-years' experience.

Gautam Gulati, Alan Cusack, John Bogue, Anne O'Connor, Valerie Murphy, Darius Whelan, Walter Cullen, Cliona McGovern, Brendan D Kelly, Elizabeth Fistein, Shane Kilcommins, Colum P Dunne,

<h4>Background</h4>People with intellectual disabilities (PWID) are over-represented in criminal justice systems globally. This over-representation reveals itself at once in the demographic make-up of prison populations, as well as those detained in police settings as suspects of crime. While it is well-established in international literature that individuals who find themselves in ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2021, 75:101683]

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People with intellectual disabilities and the COVID-19 pandemic.

G Gulati, E Fistein, C P Dunne, B D Kelly, V E Murphy,

Ir J Psychol Med (Irish journal of psychological medicine)
[2021, 38(2):158-159]

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Articulating future directions of law reform for compulsory mental health admission and treatment in Hong Kong.

Daisy Cheung, Michael Dunn, Elizabeth Fistein, Peter Bartlett, John McMillan, Carole J Petersen,

This article explores and outlines four possible pathways for law reform in the area of compulsory mental health admission and treatment in Hong Kong: the (i) abolition, (ii) risk of harm, (iii) mental capacity and (iv) consensus pathways. The discussion of each pathway takes into account local challenges in implementation, ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2020, 68:101513]

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Compulsory Admission in Hong Kong: Balance between Paternalism and Patient Liberty.

B Wm Siu, E C Fistein, H W Leung, L Sy Chan, C K Yan, A Ch Lai, K K Yuen, K K Ng,

In Hong Kong, compulsory admission is governed by the Mental Health Ordinance Section 31 (detention of a patient under observation), Section 32 (extension of period of detention for such a patient), Section 36 (detention of certified patients), and the sections in Part IV for hospital order, transfer order, and removal ... Read more >>

East Asian Arch Psychiatry (East Asian archives of psychiatry : official journal of the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists = Dong Ya jing shen ke xue zhi : Xianggang jing shen ke yi xue yuan qi kan)
[2018, 28(4):122-128]

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Intellectual disability in Irish prisoners: systematic review of prevalence.

Gautam Gulati, Valerie Murphy, Ana Clarke, Kristin Delcellier, David Meagher, Harry Kennedy, Elizabeth Fistein, John Bogue, Colum P Dunne,

Purpose While individuals with an intellectual disability form a significant minority in the worldwide prison population, their healthcare needs require specialist attention. In Ireland, services for prisoners with intellectual disabilities need development. However, there is little substantive data estimating the prevalence of intellectual disabilities within the Irish prison system. The ... Read more >>

Int J Prison Health (International journal of prisoner health)
[2018, 14(3):188-196]

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Planning for an uncertain future in progressive neurological disease: a qualitative study of patient and family decision-making with a focus on eating and drinking.

Gemma Clarke, Elizabeth Fistein, Anthony Holland, Jake Tobin, Sam Barclay, Stephen Barclay,

<h4>Background</h4>Dysphagia and other eating and drinking difficulties are common in progressive neurological diseases. Mealtimes can become a major source of difficulty and anxiety for patients and their families. Decisions about eating, drinking and care can become challenging as disease progresses, and the person in question loses the capacity to participate ... Read more >>

BMC Neurol (BMC neurology)
[2018, 18(1):115]

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A novel care pathway for prisoners with intellectual disability designed through a Delphi process.

Gautam Gulati, Stephen Quigley, Valerie Elizabeth Murphy, Evan Yacoub, John Bogue, Anthony Kearns, Conor O'Neill, Mary Kelly, Aideen Morrison, Gerard Griffin, Mary Blewitt, Elizabeth Fistein, David Meagher, Colum P Dunne,

<h4>Purpose</h4>Individuals with an intellectual disability (ID) form a significant minority in the Irish prison population and worldwide prison populations. There is growing recognition that specialist services for such individuals are in need of development. The purpose of this paper is to propose a care pathway for the management of individuals ... Read more >>

Int J Prison Health (International journal of prisoner health)
[2018, 14(4):276-286]

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Le leadership en santé et la philosophie appliquée : une ressource essentielle.

Elizabeth Fistein, David Cruise Malloy,

En qualité de professionnels de la santé, nous sommes déterminés à assurer l'exploitation efficiente et efficace de nos établissements. Les outils dont nous disposons sont les structures bureaucratiques, les règles, les règlements, les politiques et, bien sûr, les mesures. Il n'y a rien de foncièrement pernicieux à avoir des établissements ... Read more >>

Healthc Manage Forum (Healthcare management forum)
[2017, 30(4):221-224]

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Healthcare leadership and applied philosophy: An essential resource.

Elizabeth Fistein, David Cruise Malloy,

As healthcare professionals we are committed to the efficient and effective operation of our institutions. Bureaucratic structures, rules, regulations, policies, and of course, measurements, are the tools-at-hand. While there is nothing inherently pernicious about efficient, effective, and measured institutions, we argue what is critically missing in this environment is humanity ... Read more >>

Healthc Manage Forum (Healthcare management forum)
[2017, 30(4):218-220]

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Preferences for care towards the end of life when decision-making capacity may be impaired: A large scale cross-sectional survey of public attitudes in Great Britain and the United States.

Gemma Clarke, Elizabeth Fistein, Anthony Holland, Matthew Barclay, Pia Theimann, Stephen Barclay,

<h4>Background</h4>There is continuing public debate about treatment preferences at the end of life, and the acceptability and legal status of treatments that sustain or end life. However, most surveys use binary yes/no measures, and little is known about preferences in neurological disease when decision-making capacity is lost, as most studies ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2017, 12(4):e0172104]

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Tensions between policy and practice: A qualitative analysis of decisions regarding compulsory admission to psychiatric hospital.

Elizabeth C Fistein, Isabel C H Clare, Marcus Redley, Anthony J Holland,

The use of detention for psychiatric treatment is widespread and sometimes necessary. International human rights law requires a legal framework to safeguard the rights to liberty and personal integrity by preventing arbitrary detention. However, research suggests that extra-legal factors may influence decisions to detain. This article presents observational and interview ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2016, 46:50-57]

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Mental health in the wake of flooding in pakistan: an ongoing humanitarian crisis.

Amyn Bhamani, Zain A Sobani, Maryam Baqir, Nida Shahab Bham, M Asim Beg, Elizabeth Fistein,

J Coll Physicians Surg Pak (Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons--Pakistan : JCPSP)
[2012, 22(1):66-68]

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In the lion's den? Experiences of interaction with research ethics committees.

Elizabeth Fistein, Sally Quilligan,

Research ethics review is an important process, designed to protect participants in medical research. However, it is increasingly criticised for failing to meet its aims. Here, two researchers reflect on their experiences of applying for ethical approval of observational research in clinical settings. They highlight some problems faced by reviewers ... Read more >>

J Med Ethics (Journal of medical ethics)
[2012, 38(4):224-227]

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Case-based seminars in medical ethics education: how medical students define and discuss moral problems.

Thomas M Donaldson, Elizabeth Fistein, Michael Dunn,

Discussion of real cases encountered by medical students has been advocated as a component of medical ethics education. Suggested benefits include: a focus on the actual problems that medical students confront; active learner involvement; and facilitation of an exploration of the meaning of their own values in relation to professional ... Read more >>

J Med Ethics (Journal of medical ethics)
[2010, 36(12):816-820]

Cited: 11 times

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A comparison of mental health legislation from diverse Commonwealth jurisdictions.

E C Fistein, A J Holland, I C H Clare, M J Gunn,

<h4>Introduction</h4>In the regulation of involuntary treatment, a balance must be found between duties of care and protection and the right to self-determination. Despite its shared common roots, the mental health legislation of Commonwealth countries approaches this balance in different ways. When reform is planned, lessons can be learned from the ... Read more >>

Int J Law Psychiatry (International journal of law and psychiatry)
[2009, 32(3):147-155]

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Comparison of mental health legislation for involuntary treatments across the Commonwealth

Elizabeth Fistein, Tony Holland, Isabel Clare,

BMC Psychiatry (BMC psychiatry)
[2007, 7(Suppl 1):S43-S43]

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