Psychiatry and the death penalty: a human rights perspective: by James Welsh, Coordinator, Medical Office, Amnesty International; based on a presentation made at the annual meeting of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Brighton, England
This paper discusses the ethical and human rights aspects of the involvement of psychiatric professionals in judicial executions.
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