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Notwithstanding anything in subsection (1), where in any case no member of the Review Tribunal has the same ethnic identity as the patient, or is of the same gender as the patient, the Review Tribunal shall co-opt a suitable person pursuant to paragraph (b) or paragraph (c) of that subsection if the patient or the applicant requests it to do so. Section 41: replaced, on 1 April 2000, by section 30 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). A proposed patient or patient may refuse consent to any form of treatment for mental disorder, except as provided in this Part or in section 110A. Section 110BA: inserted, on 16 May 2020, by section 3 of the COVID-19 Response (Further Management Measures) Legislation Act 2020 (2020 No 13). The patient shall be present while the Tribunal makes any order upon the application unless—, the patient has been excused or excluded under subclause (2) or subclause (3); or. Sections 19 to 25, so far as they are applicable and with any necessary modifications, shall apply in respect of applications under section 54. The court shall order that a copy of a report given to a barrister or solicitor under subsection (3) shall not be given or shown to the person for whom the barrister or solicitor is acting if the court has reason to believe that such disclosure of the contents of the report may pose a serious threat to the health or safety of the patient or of any other person. On the transfer of the patient, the court order and the application and certificates on which the order was made, or any other instrument of authority under which the special patient was admitted or detained, shall be delivered to the Director of Area Mental Health Services responsible for the hospital to which the patient is transferred (if they are not already in that Director’s possession), together with the clinical records relating to the patient. Section 133A: inserted, on 1 April 2000, by section 73 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). The members of Review Tribunals are paid remuneration by way of fees, salary, or allowances, and travelling allowances and expenses, under the Fees and Travelling Allowances Act 1951, and that Act applies accordingly. but no reception order has been made, the notification or application shall be deemed for the purposes of this Act to be an application to the court for a compulsory treatment order, and shall be determined under Part 2 accordingly. For the purposes of this Act, the Director of Area Mental Health Services shall ensure that at all times there is assigned in respect of each patient a responsible clinician, who shall be—, a psychiatrist approved by the Director of Area Mental Health Services; or. Section 47(2): amended, on 1 June 2005, by section 206 of the Corrections Act 2004 (2004 No 50). The Director of Mental Health may delegate his or her function under subsection (3)(b) to the Director of Area Mental Health Services. Any person to whom a copy of a certificate of clinical review is sent under section 78 may apply to the Review Tribunal for a review of the patient’s condition. must, if that constable is not in uniform, produce to a person in actual occupation of the premises his or her badge or other evidence that he or she is a constable. Section 41(2): amended, on 1 October 2008, pursuant to section 116(a)(ii) of the Policing Act 2008 (2008 No 72). directing the person in charge of the hospital to admit and detain the patient for the purposes of assessment and treatment during the remainder of the second period. The responsible clinician may, with the approval of the Director of Area Mental Health Services, direct that any letter or other postal article addressed to a patient be opened and checked if there are reasonable grounds for believing that the receipt of the letter or other postal article by the patient could be detrimental to the interests of the patient and to his or her treatment. Section 94(1): replaced, on 1 July 1993, by section 32 of the Health Sector (Transfers) Act 1993 (1993 No 23). Section 113A: inserted, on 1 April 2000, by section 64 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). The court shall not make an inpatient order if, at the time of making the order, the patient is undergoing assessment and treatment as an outpatient; but in such a case, the Judge may, instead of making a community treatment order, order that the patient be re-assessed in accordance with sections 13 and 14, and the provisions of those sections, sections 15 to 27, and this section shall apply with any necessary modifications. Section 127(4): amended, on 1 April 2000, by section 70(1)(a) of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). For the purposes of this Act, the Minister shall appoint such number of persons as the Minister thinks fit to be—, district inspectors or deputy district inspectors; or. an order for the fees and expenses of the person to be paid by any party or parties to the proceedings, as the court orders: an order for the fees and expenses of the person to be met from any appropriation by Parliament for the purpose. A medical practitioner doing an examination under subsections (3)(a) or (4)(b) or (d) need not issue another certificate if that medical practitioner has available to him or her a certificate issued under section 8B(4)(b) by a medical practitioner who examined the person who is the subject of the request within the 72 hours before the receipt of the request. A Form 1 is an application by a physician for a person to undergo a psychiatric assessment to determine whether that person needs to be admitted for further care in a psychiatric facility, as an involuntary or voluntary patient, or if they should be discharged. Health Sector (Transfers) Act 1993 (1993 No 23). On an application for a compulsory treatment order, the court may, if it is satisfied that it is necessary for the proper disposition of the application, request any person whom it considers qualified to do so to prepare a report on any relevant aspect of the patient’s condition. Section 117: amended, on 1 July 2013, by section 413 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 (2011 No 81). Section 2(1) hospital: replaced, on 1 October 2002, by section 58(1) of the Health and Disability Services (Safety) Act 2001 (2001 No 93). Subject to subsection (2), if 2 medical practitioners certify that a person who is detained in a hospital as a special patient acquitted on account of insanity or pursuant to an order made under section 45 or pursuant to section 46 of this Act or under section 34(1)(a)(i) of the Criminal Procedure (Mentally Impaired Persons) Act 2003 is fit to be allowed to be absent from the hospital, the Minister may grant leave of absence from the hospital on such conditions as the Minister thinks fit, including (at the Minister’s discretion) a condition that the person will return to the hospital on such date or within such period as the Minister may specify. (The service means the service that the applicant for the order asks the court to specify in the order); and. Except during the period of 1 month referred to in subsection (1), no patient shall be required to accept any treatment unless—, the patient, having had the treatment explained to him or her in accordance with section 67, consents in writing to the treatment; or. Every district inspector and every official visitor must visit each of the hospitals and services in the locality to which the district inspector or official visitor is appointed at the following times: a hospital or service in or through which any patient is being assessed or treated as an inpatient must be visited at least once a month: a hospital or service in or through which any patient is being assessed or treated as an outpatient must be visited at least 4 times a year at regular intervals and when the Director directs. The responsible clinician shall send to the Director-General of Health, or to such other person as the Director-General of Health may specify, all such information as the Director-General of Health may require for the purposes of this Act. The clinician must ensure that the following records are made: if the leave is for a period of up to 8 hours on 1 day between 8 am and 10 pm, the grant of leave, and its terms and conditions, must be recorded in the patient’s clinical records: if the leave is other than as described in paragraph (a), the grant of leave, and its terms and conditions, must be recorded—. Notwithstanding anything in the preceding provisions of this section, the person in charge of any hospital or service (not being a security institution) may arrange with the person in charge of any other hospital or service (not being a security institution) for the transfer of any patient other than a special patient or a restricted patient to that other hospital or service, and may carry out such transfer in accordance with such arrangement. Instead of performing personally the functions specified in subsections (12) to (14), the district inspector may in any particular case arrange for an official visitor to perform them. A constable who enters premises under subsection (2) may, for the purposes of section 38(4)(d),—, take the person to the place at which he or she is to have a medical examination; and, detain the person at the place for the shorter of—, A constable who enters premises under subsection (2) may, for the purposes of section 40(2)(a),—, take the proposed patient or patient to the place at which he or she is required to attend; and, detain the proposed patient or patient at the place for the shorter of—. granted leave of absence by the Director under section 52. If the duly authorised officer decides that the person needs to have a medical examination, but not urgently, he or she must—, arrange, or assist in arranging, for a medical practitioner to examine the person with a view to issuing a certificate under section 8B(4)(b); and, once such a certificate is issued, assist someone else to apply under section 8A for assessment of the person, or apply himself or herself if nobody else is willing to apply; and. Where the Minister decides, within 72 hours after the time at which a patient is admitted or re-admitted to a hospital pursuant to a direction under subsection (1), that that patient’s leave is not to be cancelled under section 50(3), that patient shall forthwith be again released on leave subject to the conditions imposed by the Minister under section 50(1). In the case of a special patient who was ordered to be detained following a finding of unfitness to stand trial, the following provisions shall apply to any review of that patient’s condition under this section: at the conclusion of the review, the responsible clinician shall record his or her findings in a certificate of clinical review in the prescribed form, stating—, that in his or her opinion the patient is no longer unfit to stand trial; or, that in his or her opinion the patient is still unfit to stand trial but it is no longer necessary that the patient should be subject to the order of detention as a special patient; or. Section 46: amended, on 1 October 1995, by section 10(3) of the Department of Justice (Restructuring) Act 1995 (1995 No 39). is eligible for reappointment from time to time: may at any time be suspended or removed from office by the Minister for any of the following proved to the satisfaction of the Minister: Compare: 1969 No 16 s 5; 1982 No 84 s 2(2). The court order or other instrument of authority shall remain in force in the same manner as if the patient had been ordered to be received in the hospital to which he or she is to be transferred. Every person who commits an offence against this Act, or against any regulations made under this Act, for which no penalty is provided elsewhere than in this section is liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $500. FOR MATTERS UNDER THE MENTAL HEALTH ACT. A practitioner must consult the family or whanau of the proposed patient or patient. Every patient is entitled to seek a consultation with a psychiatrist of his or her own choice in order to get a second opinion, and, if the psychiatrist agrees to the consultation, he or she shall be permitted access to the patient upon request. No person shall publish any report of proceedings before a Review Tribunal except with the leave of the Tribunal. Every person, upon becoming a patient, shall receive a written statement of his or her rights as a patient. The Mental Health Act, R.S.M. The health practitioner must send to the Director of Area Mental Health Services—, the certificate of preliminary assessment; and, full particulars of the reasons for his or her opinion of the proposed patient’s condition, and any relevant reports from other health professionals involved in the case; and, a copy of any notice given to the patient under section 11(1); and. Section 98: replaced, on 1 April 2000, by section 52 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). Every patient to whom this section applies who, at the commencement of this Act, has been on leave for less than 3 months shall be deemed to be on leave granted under section 31. Every patient who is subject to a compulsory treatment order shall, during the first month of the currency of the order, be required to accept such treatment for mental disorder as the responsible clinician shall direct. a power to take or retake a person, proposed patient, or patient in any of sections 32(1), 38(4)(d), 40(2), 41(4), 41(5), 41(6), 50(4), 51(3), 53, 109(1), 109(4), 110C(2), 111(2), or 113A: a power to detain a person, proposed patient, or patient in any of sections 41(3), 41(4), 41(5), 109(4), 110C(2), 111(2), or 113: a power to enter premises in either of sections 41(2) or 110C(1). Mental Health Act (2007) forms; Mental Health Act 2007 G uide Book Amendments to the Mental Health Act 2007. Section 110B: inserted, on 1 April 2000, by section 60 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). (v�t�b�HBe�ȢD�YaX}/˿g0$��M^��rw�ܘA��X!�b����M`T&��VZދ���w>��v�P&*�'����l��9���?��?������!��^A�J���-� ��� '�����L�/͐��,��ٜ� A person in charge of a hospital may delegate any of his or her powers, duties, and functions, except this power of delegation, to a person who is suitably qualified to exercise it. 1 Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Section 45(1) superintendent paragraph (a): amended, on 1 June 2005, by section 206 of the Corrections Act 2004 (2004 No 50). The constable must not exercise the power in subsection (2) without a warrant, if it would be reasonably practicable to obtain a warrant. Section 115(3): amended, on 1 July 2013, by section 413 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 (2011 No 81). 24024 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 6 NOVEMBER 2002 Act No. Every person commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $2,000 who, being the Director of Area Mental Health Services in respect of any hospital or service that is being visited by a district inspector or an official visitor, or a responsible clinician, or an employee in any such hospital or service,—, conceals or attempts to conceal from the district inspector or official visitor, or refuses or wilfully neglects to show to the district inspector or official visitor, any part of the hospital or service or any person detained or being treated in it; or. If the person has been found to be unfit to stand trial and is detained as a special patient under section 24 of the Criminal Procedure (Mentally Impaired Persons) Act 2003, and it appears to the satisfaction of the Judge that the person is capable of being tried on the charge against him or her, the Judge has (without prejudice to subsection (5)) the same powers as the Attorney-General has under section 31 of that Act to direct that the person be brought before a court under that section. if at that time he or she is a person who is subject to the process described in sections 9 to 16 as the result of an application under section 45(2), he or she remains subject to the process: if at that time he or she is a person who is subject to a compulsory treatment order as the result of an application under section 45(2), he or she remains subject to the compulsory treatment order: if at that time he or she is subject to an order under section 34(1)(a)(i) of the Criminal Procedure (Mentally Impaired Persons) Act 2003, he or she is deemed to be subject to a compulsory treatment order: if at that time he or she is a person in the hospital under section 46, he or she becomes a voluntary patient. The receipt of an electronic message from the person posting the document stating that the message was dispatched at the same time as or after the posting of the document confers on the person to whom the message is addressed, on the date he or she receives it and within the next 7 days, the same authority as the receipt of the document. Section 45(1) institution paragraph (c): inserted, on 12 December 2014, by section 144 of the Public Safety (Public Protection Orders) Act 2014 (2014 No 68). If the district inspector considers that such an application should be made, the district inspector shall take whatever reasonable steps he or she thinks necessary to encourage or assist the patient, or any person specified in paragraphs (b) to (e) of subsection (5), to make such an application. Section 122A: inserted, on 1 April 2000, by section 68 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). The patient, and any person referred to in clause 2(6), shall be entitled to be heard by the Tribunal, whether in person or through a barrister or solicitor, and to call witnesses, and to cross-examine any witness called by any other party to the proceedings. The responsible clinician shall send a copy of the certificate of clinical review to—. Every application under section 14(4) for a compulsory treatment order and every application under section 34(2) for an extension of the currency of a compulsory treatment order shall, wherever practicable, having regard to the time in which the application is required to be heard and determined, and to the availability of Judges and other personnel and resources, be heard and determined by a Family Court Judge. Without limiting anything in subsection (1), the Review Tribunal shall review the patient’s condition on the application of the Director pursuant to subsection (5)(b) of section 78 or of the Minister of Health pursuant to subsection (6)(b)(ii) of that section. is, or is deemed to be, registered with the Nursing Council of New Zealand continued by section 114(1)(a) of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 as a practitioner of the profession of nursing and whose scope of practice includes the assessment of a person’s mental capacity; and. Section 45A: inserted, on 16 May 2020, by section 3 of the COVID-19 Response (Further Management Measures) Legislation Act 2020 (2020 No 13). A person appointed under this section as a deputy district inspector holds office for a specified term of up to 3 years. Section 79(6): replaced, on 1 April 2000, by section 43(b) of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). and, in such a case, the inpatient order shall thereafter be deemed to be and to have effect as a community treatment order as if the terms of the notice were the terms of the order. Section 79(2)(b): repealed, on 1 April 2000, by section 43(a) of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). Section 2(1) Director of Area Mental Health Services: replaced, on 1 July 1993, by section 32 of the Health Sector (Transfers) Act 1993 (1993 No 23). Section 96A: inserted, on 16 May 2020, by section 3 of the COVID-19 Response (Further Management Measures) Legislation Act 2020 (2020 No 13). Any person referred to in section 19(6) shall be entitled to be heard by the court, whether in person or through a barrister or a solicitor, and to call witnesses, and to cross-examine any witness called by any other party to the proceedings. Section 4(e): replaced, on 1 April 2000, by section 4 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). arrange for a medical practitioner to examine the person at that place as soon as practicable. The maker of a delegation is not prevented from exercising, or affected in his or her exercise of, any of the delegated powers, duties, or functions. A witness called by the Tribunal under this clause may be examined and re-examined by the Tribunal, and may be cross-examined by or on behalf of any party to the proceedings. Compare: 1969 No 16 s 43; 1985 No 122 s 5. Section 9A: inserted, on 16 May 2020, by section 3 of the COVID-19 Response (Further Management Measures) Legislation Act 2020 (2020 No 13). If, on any such application, the court extends the currency of the order for a further period of 6 months, on the expiry of that period the foregoing provisions of this section shall apply except that, if the court then further extends the order, the extension shall have effect indefinitely and the patient shall remain subject to the order unless and until he or she is released from compulsory status. Prescribed forms. If the Judge is satisfied that the patient is fit to be released from compulsory status, the Judge shall order that the patient be released from that compulsory status forthwith. Section 107(3): amended, on 1 April 2000, by section 56 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). No civil proceedings may be brought against any member of a Review Tribunal for any thing he or she may do or report or say in the course of the exercise or intended exercise of his or her powers, duties, or functions under this Act, unless it is shown that he or she acted in bad faith. This material does not give an official interpretation of the law and is not a replacement for professional advice or a substitute for reading the legislation. A special patient may not depart from New Zealand unless—, the special patient has been granted leave of absence under section 50 or 52; and, the special patient is permitted by the Minister, on terms and conditions specified by the Minister, to be absent from New Zealand during that leave; and. The Tribunal may excuse the patient if it is satisfied that the patient wholly lacks the capacity to understand the nature and purpose of the proceedings, or that attendance or continued attendance is likely to cause the patient serious mental, emotional, or physical harm. Without limiting anything in section 22, on any application for a compulsory treatment order, the court may, of its own motion, call as a witness any person whose evidence may in its opinion be of assistance to the court. Section 39(2): replaced, on 1 April 2000, by section 28 of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). Every person removed from a hospital under the authority of this section shall be deemed to have been released from compulsory status. Subject to subsection (6), every direction for the transfer of a patient under this section shall be complied with as soon as practicable after the date of the direction, and in all cases within 14 days after that date. Coming into force. If, at any time during the second period, the responsible clinician considers that a patient who is an inpatient can continue to be assessed and treated adequately as an outpatient, the clinician must give a written notice—. Form 1: Criteria for Application for Psychiatric Assessment 32 • “Box A” 32 • “Box B” 33 Form 1 - Application by Physician for Psychiatric Assessment: 014-6427-41: Form 1 + Form 42 - Mental Health Act: 014-6427-1787-41: Form 10 - Memorandum of Transfer Subsection 29(1) of the Act: 014-6432-41: Form 11 - Transfer to a Public Hospital Subsection 30(1) of the Act: 014-1978-41 Subsection (2) applies to a person who is employed in or about a place at which a patient who is subject to a community treatment order is required to attend for treatment. A witness called by the Tribunal under this clause shall have the same privilege to refuse to answer any question as the witness would have if the witness had been called by a party to the proceedings. Section 2(1) Board: repealed, on 1 July 1993, by section 32 of the Health Sector (Transfers) Act 1993 (1993 No 23). Section 42A: inserted, on 16 May 2020, by section 3 of the COVID-19 Response (Further Management Measures) Legislation Act 2020 (2020 No 13). Where it appears that for any reason a formal review of a patient who is subject to a compulsory treatment order has not taken place as required by section 76, the Review Tribunal may review the patient’s condition, either of its own motion or on application by any person to whom a copy of a certificate of clinical review would have been required to have been sent if the review had been held. Section 47(4): amended, on 12 December 2014, by section 144 of the Public Safety (Public Protection Orders) Act 2014 (2014 No 68). If the duly authorised officer decides that the person needs to have a medical examination urgently, he or she must—, try to get a medical practitioner to come to the person to examine him or her with a view to issuing a certificate under section 8B(4)(b); and, if a medical practitioner is available to come to the person, take all reasonable steps to ensure that the medical practitioner is able to examine the person, including calling for Police assistance under section 41; and, if no medical practitioner is available to come to the person, try to get the person to go willingly to a medical practitioner; and, if the person refuses to go willingly to a medical practitioner, take all reasonable steps to—, take the person to a medical practitioner, including calling for Police assistance under section 41; and, ensure that the medical practitioner is able to examine the person, including calling for Police assistance under section 41; and, once a certificate is issued under section 8B(4)(b), assist someone else to apply under section 8A for assessment of the person, or apply himself or herself if nobody else is willing to apply; and. As well as examining the patient, the Judge shall consult with the responsible clinician, and with at least 1 other health professional involved in the case, and may consult with such other persons as the Judge thinks fit, concerning the patient’s condition. The responsible clinician may, at any time during the period of leave granted under this section to any patient, cancel the leave by notice in writing to the person who has undertaken to take care of the patient during the period of leave, or, if there is no such person, by notice in writing to the patient. Section 14(4): replaced, on 1 April 2000, by section 14(1) of the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Amendment Act 1999 (1999 No 140). Section 2(1) nurse: inserted, on 18 September 2004, by section 175(1) of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 (2003 No 48). In deciding whether or not to request a report under subclause (1), the Tribunal may ascertain and have regard to the wishes of the patient and any other party to the proceedings. Section 119: amended, on 1 July 2013, by section 413 of the Criminal Procedure Act 2011 (2011 No 81). On any such appeal, the court shall review the patient’s condition to determine whether or not the patient is fit to be released from compulsory status; and the provisions of section 16 shall apply, with any necessary modifications, to every such appeal. Section 36(2)(b): amended, on 1 June 2005, by section 206 of the Corrections Act 2004 (2004 No 50). it is satisfied that an application made by a relative or friend of the patient is made otherwise than in the interests of the patient: At the conclusion of any such review, the Review Tribunal shall set out its findings in a certificate of Tribunal review in the prescribed form, stating whether or not, in its opinion, the patient is fit to be released from compulsory status. What is mental health? The provisions of subsections (3) to (9) of section 76, and the succeeding provisions of Part 7, so far as they are applicable and with any necessary modifications, shall apply in respect of every review under this section. 0000001739 00000 n It explains how healthcare professionals should apply the Mental Health Act. Being taken to the proceedings may tender evidence on any matter referred to in any material respect condition the! 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