Birth arrangements, choice and mental ill health – in conversation with Dr Sam Halliday

In this ‘in conversation’ with Dr Sam Halliday, we consider why the courts in England & Wales take the approach that they do when considering birth arrangements for women with severe mental health conditions, and whether and how advance decisions could be brought into play.

Our discussion is based upon Sam’s recent paper published in Medical Law International in : Pregnancy and severe mental illness: Birth choices, best interests and the untapped potential of advance decisions.

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