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2003 decision making in mental health review tribunals summary mental health review tribunals mhrts were established under the mental health act mha 1959 as one of the main safeguards against improper admission under compulsory powers and unduly protracted detention. Providing a unique insight into the decision making processes of mental health review tribunals and of the motivations and aspiriations of the patients and psychiatrists appearing before them this book assesses the process of decision making from the initial application by a patient through descriptions of tribunal hearings to an examination of their deliberations. Get this from a library decision making in mental health review tribunals elizabeth perkins policy studies institute this study undertaken in 1997 and commissioned by the department of health examines how mental health review tribunals make decisions about whether or not to discharge patients detained under . Mental health review tribunal the mental health review tribunal is an independent decision making body under the mental health act 2016 the tribunals main role is to review the appropriateness of treatment authorities forensic orders and treatment support orders made under the act the tribunal also hears applications for examination . Mental health review tribunal decision making a therapeutic jurisprudence lens ian freckelton mental health review board of victoria monash university and la trobe university australia t his article examines a series of commonly identified indicia for when patients should be involuntarily detained on an inpatient or outpatient basis