Charles C Dike
Affiliation: Yale University
- Commentary: Is ethical forensic psychiatry an oxymoron?Charles C Dike
Whiting Forensic Division, O Brien Drive, Middletown, CT 06457, USA
J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 36:181-4. 2008..Alan Stone's critique of forensic psychiatry 25 years ago is probably the most pointed. In this article, a summary of four different responses to Alan Stone's critique will be presented and analyzed...
- Transporting Forensic Psychiatric PatientsCharles C Dike
Dr Dike is former Director, Ms Nicholson is Assistant Director, and Dr Young is Attending Psychiatrist Retired, Whiting Forensic Division, Connecticut Valley Hospital, Middletown, CT Dr Dike is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Dr Young is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Law and Psychiatry Division, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT Dr Dike is currently Assistant Medical Director, Commissioner s Office, CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Hartford, CT
J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 43:468-75. 2015..We also describe the risk assessment procedure for determining level of transport. These are quality improvement measures resulting from a critical review of an incident of escape from the forensic facility several years ago. ..
- Pathological lying revisitedCharles C Dike
Connecticut Medical Health Center, Law and Psychiatry Division, 34 Park Street, New Haven, CT 06519, USA
J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 33:342-9. 2005..While providing a structured framework for considering pathological lying in the forensic context, the authors conclude that further systematic research is needed to resolve the questions raised in this article...
- Commentary: coerced community mental health treatment--an added burden on an overstretched systemCharles C Dike
Whiting Forensic Division, Connecticut Valley Hospital, CT, USA
J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 34:300-2. 2006..Any process that forces more people out of jails into mental health treatment in the community without a sound, effective, available, and accessible community mental health system of care is potentially catastrophic...