IAFMHS CONFERENCE ANTWERP 2018
JUN 12 - 14
LFPC will concern itself with patients who do not profit enough from treatment to return safely to society. After years of various treatment attempts, some patients remain too dangerous or disruptive, and are still in need of substantial care. The seriousness and complexity of their problems, the strong societal response they evoke, the ethical considerations about the proportionality between their offences and the length of their custody, as well as the daily issues professionals on LFPC wards have to deal with will be subjects of this forum.
Anybody involved with LFPC patients: psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, managers, administrators, lawyers, judges and other professionals.
LFPC issues include but are not limited to: