Accommodating a Person Who Wants to Work Professionally in the Institution Where They or Their Relatives Begin Therapy: A Case Study in Psychiatry
This fictional case study examines a person’s right to privacy, including the protection of their name, voice, and image, in the event that they decide to work at the same establishment where they and/or their relatives receive mental health-related therapeutic care.
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