AuthorsCandilis, Philip J.
UMass Chan AffiliationsDepartment of Psychiatry
Bioethics and Medical Ethics
Mental and Social Health
Psychiatric and Mental Health
Psychiatry and Psychology
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AbstractIn response to a new ethics framework for forensic publishing, this commentary invites speculation on how the framework will develop to incorporate the theories of its authors. Although medical ethics may now be an established cornerstone for forensic practice, it is in the more novel theories of cultural narrative, compassion, and robust professionalism that this new ethic will find its full expression. The commentary argues that it is only through approaches that integrate such multiple perspectives that publishing will join professionalism in protecting the ethics values that remain vulnerable in forensic practice.
J Am Acad Psychiatry Law. 2011;39(3):342-4.