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정신보건법 시행규칙 (Enforcement Rule of the Mental Health Act)

Government of the Republic of Korea Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Republic of Korea 1 January 2014 Legislation/regulation inpatient, mental health care, mental health facility

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이 규칙은 [정신보건법] 및 같은법 시행령에서 위임된 사항과 그 시행에 필요한 사항을 규정함을 목적으로 한다.

This Enforcement Rule aims to establish and regulate the requirements for the implementation of the Mental Health Act and the Enforcement Decree of the Mental Health Act. Topics covered by this rule include: Methods and contents of psychiatric epidemiological research; processes related to the establishment of regional mental health project plans; human rights education for people involved in the installation and operation of and service delivery in mental health facilities; training and certification of mental health specialists; installation permits and facility standards for mental health nursing facilities, rehabilitation facilities, and psychiatric clinics; and duties and operation of the National and Regional Mental Health Commissions, etc.

[Note: Enforcement Rules are regulations enacted by Ministries (such as the Ministry of Health and Welfare) that prescribe specific and practical matters necessary for the implementation of the primary Acts/Statutes or Presidential Enforcement Decrees.]

Last Amended on 31 December, 2013
Wholly Amended on 13 June, 1998
First Enacted on 24 February, 1997

This document was uploaded to MiNDbank on 15 March, 2014.


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