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Psychiatry Law Course is organized by Evidence Based Sweden AB and will be held from Jun 02 - 04, 2021 at Helsingborg, Skane, Sweden. Target group Level AT doctor, Doctor in specialist training / ST, Completed specialists (Continuing education) Specialty Emergency care, General medicine, Geriatrics, Neurology, Child and adolescent psychiatry, Psychiatry, Forensic psychiatry, Addiction medicine, Elderly psychiatry Other professions Nurse Need Description: • The course has been developed to fulfill the National Board of Health and Welfare's intermediate goals regarding the psychiatry's law for various ST blocks and to meet the need for further training in the subject for specialists. • Physicians in general and ST physicians in psychiatry in particular must have a good knowledge of the medical field and be able to apply the rules correctly. The purpose of the legislation is primarily to safeguard patient safety. • Within the framework of coercive measures (LPT / LRV), there are knowledge gaps that are addressed during the course. • There are also large knowledge gaps about different areas, such as children who get sick, weapons and driving license holdings. • The participants will be updated on more important news and changes, for example: Police assistance LPT-LRV-LVM: assistance between care facilities after admission. • Follow-up talks LPT / LRV: new legislation on mandatory talks after implemented coercive measure and new practice reports from HFD, chamber courts, JO and IVO. Course objectives: Overall goals The training will help future specialists in general and future psychiatrists, child psychiatrists and forensic psychiatrists in particular to get an overall picture of regulations that govern healthcare and compulsory care legislation and its clinical application in everyday work. Results for the participant: After the course, the doctor must have knowledge of: • The legal system - constitutions, interpretations, applications - and the risk of error of law • Different legal disciplines and responsibilities (criminal law, civil law, public law) • Human rights and psychiatry based on the patient and doctor's roles. • Health and Medical Care Act • Patient Safety Act • Patient Act • Patient Data Act • LRV, Social Protection, Forensic Psychiatric Inquiry And be able to: • The concept of serious mental disorder and its meaning within LPT versus LRV. • Compulsory legislation LPT, LRV, LVM and LVU. • Write correct care certificates, submissions and forms. • Explain the legal process ie. organization, actors and time aspects around compulsory care, detention, admission decisions. • Closed and open forensic psychiatric care. • Discussion on general prohibitions at the operational level, relevant case discussions from the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Administrative Court. • The obligation to report children, driving licenses, possession of firearms, etc.