Forced HIV treatment? A censored account of a case involving possible restraint

By Celia Kitzinger, 9th September 2021 For more than three years, P’s HIV infection has been left uncontrolled because she has refused to take her antiretroviral medication.   According to an earlier published judgment in this case,  P believes, as a consequence of her schizophrenia, that God is telling her not to take the medication.  In this previousContinue reading “Forced HIV treatment? A censored account of a case involving possible restraint”

A life worth living? The importance of advance decisions

I joined the hearing expecting to come out of it with an increased understanding and experience of the law in this area, which would complement my studies. However, to my surprise, I left with an increased personal awareness of the importance discussing these often ‘taboo’ and topical subjects.