SWP4LHE: Human Rights, Law & Ethics in Social WorkPresentation Transcript
SWP4LHE: Human Rights,
Law & Ethics in Social Work
Connolly, M., & Harms, L. (Eds.). (2013). Social Work: Contexts and
Practice. South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press.
Dibbsbarker, T. B. (2011). Clarity on Withdrawal of Treatment. Australian
Health Law Bulletin,19(7), 101-103.
Faunce, T. & Townsend, R. (2011). Justins v The Queen: Assisted
Suicide, Juries and the Discretion to Prosecute. Journal of Law
and Medicine, 18 (4), 706.
Finding books & journal articles
Lawyer’s Practice Manual
search for “person responsible”
browse to PART 8 – Disability law >
Guardianship, administration and substitute
Table of Contents
-> 16 Disability
Mental Health Act 1986 (Vic) s 8.
Medical Treatment Act 1988 (Vic) s 5.
Children Youth and Families Act 2005
Guardianship and Administration Act
1986 (Vic) s 37.
Justins v The Queen (2010)
204 A Crim R 315
Brightwater Care Group (Inc) – v –
Rossiter  WASC 229 (20 August
Databases for journal articles, etc
refus* and treatment
Index to Legal
Finding the Full-text of an article
Some databases will have the or a PDF icon.
If not, enter the title of the article in the Search tab on the
library homepage, or if not found:
o Enter the title of the journal in the Journal tab on the
library homepage and follow the links to the full text.
o If not held, request the article from the Document
Delivery Service (delivered online):
Referencing Act of Parliament & Cases
in APA 6
• Referencing Tool:
→ Select APA 6 > Legislation
• Human Rights, Law & Ethics LibGuide:
• Social Work LibGuide:
• Law LibGuide: latrobe.libguides.com/law
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