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A dangerous diagnosis: How ‘excited delirium’ shapes police perception

By Phoebe Friesen, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Ethics, McGill University
The diagnosis of excited delirium has come under fire from doctors and other mental health professionals, but is still used by police forces, sometimes with tragic results. It’s time to end its use.The Conversation

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