Feds investigating high prescribing Fla. docs, by
Kelli Kennedy, Associated Press Writer, St.
Petersburg Times, December 17, 2009.
Patients Settle Lawsuit with State, Florida AP, September 18,
Report of Gabriel Myers Work
Group, August 20, 2009.
Foster Boy's Suicide
Offers Lessons, The Miami Herald (Editorial), August 14 2009.
Kids need care, not
pills, ex-foster children tell panel, by Amy Sherman, Miami Herald,
June 19, 2009.
Drug rules to protect kids were ignored, DCF says, by Carol Marbin
Miller, The Miami Herald, Jnne 9, 2009.
Foster Care Failures, St. Petersburg Times Editorial, June 7,
Lawsuit links psychiatric drugs to Tamarac child's death,
by Carol Marbin Miller, The Miami Herald, June 4,
DCF's drug records suspect, by Kris Hundley and
Connie Humburg, Tampa Bay Times, May 29, 2009.
- Comprehensive Neuroscience (CNS) Reports on Medicaid Kid
2008, Ethics Complaint Against Rajiv Tandon for corruption with respect to a
consensus panel on neuroleptic prescribing and related documents.
The Use of Antipsychotic
Medications in Children: A Comprehensive and Current View, by Constantine,
R, Larsen B. (2007), Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute,
University of South Florida.
The 'atypical' dilemma, Skyrocketing numbers
of kids are prescribed powerful antipsychotic drugs. Is it safe? Nobody knows,
by Robert Farley, St. Petersberg Times, Published July 29, 2007
Legal Strategies to Challenge Chemical
Restraint of Children in Foster Care: A Resource for Child Advocates in Florida
Announcing formation of
Florida Peer Network, Inc., an independent statewide organization of and for
persons with psychiatric illnesses.
Edwatch July 21, 2005, update on Governor Jeb
Bush signing bill protecting children from psychiatric coercion.
New law curbs drugging of kids, Miami
Herald, May 5, 2005.
PowerPoint Presentation on Civil Commitment and Civil Rights of Patients: A
Seminar on Legal Psychiatry by Henry A. Doenlen, M.D.
Advocacy Council Red Item Report on Psychotropic Drug Use in Foster Care,
PsychSearch.Net lists Psychologists,
Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Psychiatric or Mental
Health Nurses, Clinical Social Workers or Psychiatrists, in Florida who have had
disciplinary or other legal proceedings brought against them.
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