Prof. Daniel Kraus - Liste des publications, conférences et cours donnés Précis de propriété intellectuelle (avec Nathalie Tissot et Vincent Salvadé), éd. Stämpfli A paraître en 2014 Le droit d'auteur des planificateurs (avec Blaise Carron, Mélanie Krüsi et Yann Férolles), éd. Schulthess (version allemande : 2014 ; version française : 2015)
Contents lists available at Tetrahedron Letters advances in bioorthogonal reactions for site-speciﬁc proteinlabeling and engineering Yukang Gong, Lifeng Pan Key Laboratory of Bioorganic and Natural Products Chemistry, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lingling Road 345, Shanghai 200032,People's Republic of China In the past two decades, with the rapid development of chemical biology, tremendous small-molecule
Journal of Affective Disorders 121 (2010) 175–179 Contents lists available at Journal of Affective Disorders Dimensional predictors of response to SRI pharmacotherapy inobsessive–compulsive disorder Angeli Landeros-Weisenberger , Michael H. Bloch ,Ben Kelmendi Ryan Wegner Jake Nudel Philip Dombrowski Christopher Pittenger , John H. Krystal , Wayne K. Goodman ,James F. Leckman , Vladimir Coric
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Shrinking the Freedom of Thought: How Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment Violates Basic Human Rights By Richard Gosden When the international system for the protection of human rights was developed after the second world war, it was largely in response to Nazi atrocities. The Nazis had held a collective belief that the German nation was a living organism and that its well-being was threatened by "useless eaters" and "life unworthy of life." The German medical profession, 45% of whom belonged to the Nazi Party in the early 1930s, was empowered to tend to the health of the national organism. The psychiatric branch of the profession led the way by "medically killing" some 80,000 -- 100,000 hospitalised mental patients. The expertise the Nazi psychiatrists acquired in killing off their mental patients was later applied to Jewish people. Even under the legislative frameworks that are typical of most modern democratic societies, psychiatry still treads a particularly fine line between benefiting and harming the exercise of human rights. This is largely because the cultural objectives of psychiatry and human rights are, to some extent, opposed to one another. While the basic principle of human rights is to set limits on the degree of social authority which is allowed to be imposed on individuals, the speciality of psychiatry is to fit 'difficult' individuals into the social fabric. These fundamental differences sometimes threaten to turn psychiatry and human rights into antitheses, even in the most benign political conditions. Psychiatry has little trouble in establishing its potential benefit to the exercise of human rights when 'difficult' individuals acknowledge that they have a mental disease and seek treatment for it. A specific article of human rights law that psychiatry can enhance in this way is Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR). Article 12 concerns "the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health." The second part of this article specifies "The steps to be taken by the States Parties to the present Covenant to achieve the full realisation of this right shall include those necessary for: . (d) The creation of conditions which would assure to all medical service and medical attention in the event of sickness." The human rights sentiments expressed in Article 12 are the basis for the 'right to treatment' which is often promoted by members of the psychiatric profession as being the most important human right in regard to psychiatry. But the 'right to treatment' can have a hollow ring to it when psychiatry is practised on people against their will. Many 'difficult' people deny they have a mental illness or, if they are willing to acknowledge it, prefer not to have it treated. The human rights problems for psychiatry largely arise from the tendency of most modern industrial societies to have mental health laws which empower psychiatrists to make clinical judgements about the mental health of the people they encounter in their work and to impose treatment on them, without their consent, if it is thought necessary. (See Support Coalition Involuntary mental patients often find themselves in a situation in which they are incarcerated for an indefinite period without being charged with a criminal offence, interrogated, coerced into changing their thoughts and beliefs, subjected to painful and uncomfortable treatments if they cannot or will not
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