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Mental Health Act 2001 – Mental Health Regulations 2010

Government of Malaysia Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Malaysia 31 December 2010 Legislation/regulation mental health facility, mental health service, mental health treatment

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This document outlines the mental health regulations for the country of Malaysia. Included is content on; procedures for admission, detention, examination and review of patient in, and discharge or transfer of patient from, psychiatric hospital, care of patient in psychiatric facilities, electroconvulsive therapy, restraint or seclusion, standards for private psychiatric hospital, private psychiatric nursing home and private community mental health centre, patient rights, matters of communication, and the procedure to be followed by the board of visitors.

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