The balance between clinical and administrative leadership in forensic psychiatry
Keywords:Forensic psychiatry, Administrative leadership, Clinical leadership, Balance
Marylin Dakers-Hayward is the Clinical Director of the Forensic Psychiatry Program at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. This program has 5 units; one secure, one undesignated, two general and one assessment, for a total of 114 beds. The program also has a forensic outpatient clinic which includes forensic outpatient rehabilitation program, aggression clinic, and sexual behaviour clinic.
How to Cite
Dakers-Hayward, M. (2018). The balance between clinical and administrative leadership in forensic psychiatry. International Journal of Risk and Recovery, 1(2), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.15173/ijrr.v1i2.3546
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