Virtual: Psychiatry Grand Rounds
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Initiating Involuntary Commitment Procedures Under the Pennsylvania Mental Health
Shannon K. McDonald, Esq., Mental Health Review Officer for Chester County; Law Offices of Shannon K. McDonald
Bruce W. Laverty, Esq., Solicitor, Chester County Department of Mental
Health/Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities; Laverty Law Offices
- Describe functional differences between 302 and 304c
- Identify cases which would fit the criteria for a 302 or a 304c
- Apply the psychiatric knowledge to the 302 or 304c petitions to commit the patient where appropriate
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Bruce W. Laverty and Shannon K. McDonald has no relevant financial relationships to report in the last 12 months with a commercial interest.