Preventing and Reducing “Coercion” in Mental Health Services

Bernadette McSherry discusses initiatives aimed at preventing and reducing “coercive practices” in mental health and community settings worldwide, including in hospitals in high‐income countries, and in family homes and rural communities in low‐ and middle‐income countries. Image courtesy of Bernadette McSherry

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