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  • Peter
    July 02, 2010 - 13:20

    The old system could compel acute patients to take medication in the ER.

    Current situations have outpatients with a myiad of doctor prescribed medications (for other physical conditions), not to mention the hazards of self or prank medications.

    The ER has to establish ASAP potentially damaging, if not fatal, (physical AND psychological) drug interactions.

    MEDICAL observation Units in the ER (with Security Guards) are essential.

    The Act also has to have Constutional Boundaries for litigation and compensation for erroneous treatment. For example Mr. Reid could not afford lights (should be a Human Right, Churchill Falls or no Churchill Falls), yet it cost $$$$$$ for lawyers et. al. to find out why?

    Only the (alleged) patient should have the benefit of compensation not the apparent family who only sues after the fact.

    Finally, the Medical community, Doctors, nurses, etc. have to let go their monopoly on the mind. Trained therapists and counsellors, often do a great deal more - especially with prevention - and are much cheaper!

  • Peter
    July 01, 2010 - 20:03

    The old system could compel acute patients to take medication in the ER.

    Current situations have outpatients with a myiad of doctor prescribed medications (for other physical conditions), not to mention the hazards of self or prank medications.

    The ER has to establish ASAP potentially damaging, if not fatal, (physical AND psychological) drug interactions.

    MEDICAL observation Units in the ER (with Security Guards) are essential.

    The Act also has to have Constutional Boundaries for litigation and compensation for erroneous treatment. For example Mr. Reid could not afford lights (should be a Human Right, Churchill Falls or no Churchill Falls), yet it cost $$$$$$ for lawyers et. al. to find out why?

    Only the (alleged) patient should have the benefit of compensation not the apparent family who only sues after the fact.

    Finally, the Medical community, Doctors, nurses, etc. have to let go their monopoly on the mind. Trained therapists and counsellors, often do a great deal more - especially with prevention - and are much cheaper!