|Creator:||Bonnie, Richard J.|
|Title:||Addendum to the Papers of Richard J. Bonnie [r]|
|Parent Collection:||The Papers of Richard J. Bonnie|
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|Use Restrictions:||Correspondence and certain confidential files restricted to scholars having Bonnie's permission for access.|
Collection Description & Arrangement
This addition to the collection of 26 boxes (10 linear ft.) is divided in two parts. The first part consist of files related to mental health: Geneva Initiative on Psychiatry, Network of Reformers on Psychiatry, World Psychiatry Association, international mental health reports files; miscellaneous professional files, University of Virginia and Law School files, correspondence and client files. The second part pertains entirely to the Commission on Mental Health Law Reform in Virginia.
In October 2006, Chief Justice Leroy Hassell of the Virginia Supreme Court established the Commission on Mental Health Law Reform in the state of Virginia. Richard Bonnie, the Harrison Foundation Professor of Medicine and Law at the University of Virginia Law School was selected by Chief Justice Hassell to chair the commission. The Commission is funded by the Virginia Supreme Court and is supported through research initiatives from the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services.
Beginning in 2001 and predating the establishment of the Commission, Professor Richard Bonnie began work with the MacArthur Research Network on issues related to and funding for mental health law reform. During the years 2001-2005, Bonnie became a key figure in Chief Justice Hassell’s plans to establish a commission for mental health law reform in the state of Virginia. Once the Commission was established in 2006, between 2006-2008 it consisted of five task forces designed to address key problems in mental health law in the state of Virginia, including: access to services, empowerment and self-determination, involuntary civil commitment, special needs of children and adolescents, and the relation between mental health and criminal justice systems. In addition to these task forces, a working group on health privacy and civil commitment was established in 2007. In 2008, the General Assembly of the state of Virginia enacted a reform for the commitment laws, and three additional task forces were created to ensure implementation, to deal with advance directive issues, and to attend to future commitment reforms.
These files include meeting notes, textual research, correspondence, presentations, conference materials, empirical studies, and legislative bill tracking undertaken by these task forces and working groups, all under the supervision of Professor Richard Bonnie. The archive also contains papers and correspondence predating the establishment of the Commission but related to its founding. In addition to the official correspondence and other materials collected here, the archive also contains the personal notes and data collected by Bonnie between the years 2001-2010.
|Donor Information||Prof. Bonnie donated these files in May of 2011.|
Mental Health Files
- 1995-1996; Geneva Initiative on Psychiatry [GIP] Symposium: [Violence and Mental Disorder: The McArthur Risk Assessment Study].
- 1997; GIP - Assisted Suicide Roundtable.
- 1997-1998; [GIP] American Friends of Geneva Initiative on Psychiatry Start-up; correspondence.
- 1998; GIP - Reform Implementation Proposal Guidelines for Psychiatric Practice prepared for National Psychiatric Societies in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Recommendations for Implementation of Ethical Duties of Psychiatrists. Some e-mail correspondence and Svetlwna Polubinskaya notes.
- 1998, Oct.; GIP - Board of Directors Meeting, London. Financial reports, minutes; Child and Adolescent Mental Health Group; project proposals; Report from Network of Reformers in Psychiatry; budgets; brief reports on Eastern European countries; Russian Society of Psychiatrists report.
- 1998-2001, n.d.; GIP - Memoranda, correspondence, reports of activities; Memo re: Macedonia Structure of Mental Health and Human Rights of the Users (2 folders).
- 1999, Aug; GIP - Hamburg World Congress. Sixth Meeting
- 1999-2001; GIP - Open Society Institute Project Proposals.
- 2000; GIP - American Friends of Geneva in Psychiatry - Diana Fund.
- 2000, Mar. 25; GIP - Meeting of the Board, London. Package of documents for Board members: Annual Report 1999; financial statements, projects proposals; Mental Health in Albania (WHO Confidential Internal Report).
- 2000, Nov. 18; GIP - Meeting of the Board, Hilversum, Holland. Reports, financial statements, projects reports: International Postgraduate Training Program for Professionals in the Field of Child Mental Health and Development Disabilities in Vilnius, Lithuania; Report on Epidemiological Studies in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Lithuania and Bulgaria; memoranda re projects in Lithuania; Report of visit of Association of Reformers in Psychiatry in Sofia, Bulgaria.
- 2001-2002; GIP - Miscellaneous Papers. Meeting of the Board; correspondence with the Carter Center; Lithuania Psycho-social Rehabilitation Center; “Academy for Mental Health” proposal.
- 2002, 2006; GIP - Munro, Robin. Correspondence re mental health issues in China.
- 1997; Mental Disability Rights International [MDRI]; Some e-mail correspondence. Annual Report to the Open Society; Strategic Program Recommendations for Inclusion of People with Mental Disabilities.
- 2005, Oct. - Nov.; Mental Health Network. “Thoughts on informed consent”. Memoranda, e-mail correspondence.
- ; Network of Reformers in Psychiatry - “Reflections on the First Five Years” by Richard Bonnie and Svetlana Polubinskaya.
- 1994; Network of Reformers in Psychiatry - Informal Survey: Estimated Frequency of Human Rights Problems in Psychiatric Care: Albania, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine.
- 1994-1995; Network of Reformers in Psychiatry - Informal Survey: Estimated Frequency of Human Rights Problems in Psychiatric Care. Memo to Human Rights Committee on International Abuse of Psychiatry and Psychiatrists. Surveys from The Netherlands, USA, Canada, Finland, Germany (former West), India, Japan, France, Lebanon, Morocco.
- 1998; Network of Reformers in Psychiatry - Mental Health Laws in Network Countries: Tajikistan, Bulgaria, Hungary, Lithuania, Russia, Poland, Estonia, Georgia (2 folders).
- 1999; Network of Reformers in Psychiatry - Sofia, Bulgaria.
- 1996-1997; [Switzerland]: Code of Ethics of the Federation of Swiss Doctors. [Documents in French and German].
- 1995, Sep., 1996; World Medical Association Statement on Ethical Issues Concerning Patients with Mental Illness. Notes and recommendations.
- 1991; World Psychiatric Association [WPA] Section I - Review of Participation by Soviet Psychiatrists by Team A; Elinbai Armeshev Clinical and Forensic Report; Forensic Reports of L. Dobrov, Mr. Ilchenko, K. Karabalakov, Novikov, Marat Sarsenbaev; R. Shakin Civic Rehabilitation Report; R. Shakin document; V. Shakina Forensic Report and letters; A. Shtan’kov Clinical and Forensic Report; Iverina Ekaterina Ivanouna Report. Section II - [Reports of visits to hospitals: General Psychiatric Hospital in the Dnepropetrovsk Oblast (Ukraine), Kiev City General Hospital and Kiev Oblast Hospital]. Section III: [Visit to Serbsky Institute (Moscow)]. Section IV: [USSR Procurator’s Office letter to Svetlana Polubinskaya; Bonnie’s notes on meeting with Mr. Sebentsov; Bonnie’s “Hypothetical cases concerning legal remedies for erroneous diagnosis”]; [RSFSR Code of Civil Procedure]; Visit to Procurator Troubin; visit to the Public Health Commission. Section V: [Documents re Independent Psychiatric Association]. Section VI [Draft Law on Psychiatric Assistance (Ministry of Health); Final meeting at the Korsakov Clinic]. Section VII: [Regional Hospital Interviews: Moscow regional, Dispensair No. 5, Clinic No. 6, Hospital No. 5 and Yakavanko Hospital]. Section VIII: [thoughts about Soviet psychiatry].
- 1996; Tenth World Congress of Psychiatry: “Meanings of Vountary and involuntary in Psychiatric Care: The McArthur Coercion Study.”
- 2000, Mar. - Apr.; Association of Reformers in Psychiatry (ARP) - Chechnya Republic.
- n.d.; Association of Reformers in Psychiatry- Ethical Committee.
- 1994-1995; Albania Mental Health Law.
- 1999-2000, 2002; China. Human Rights in China (HRIC). [Reports of abuse of psychiatry in China]. Letter from Joshua Li (Orthopaedic fellow at the University of Virginia) re Falun Gong practitioners; China:End Political Abuse of Psychiatry, press release and email message from Robin Muro.
- 2009; China Mental Health Law. Bonnie’s consultation. “Key Issues in Mental Health Legislation in China”; notes, some correspondence.
- 2011; China Mental Health Law. Comments.
- 1999; [Eastern Europe]. Reform on Mental Health in Eastern Europe. Drafts.
- 1993-1994; Georgia Mental Health Law. Bonnie’s comments.
- 2010-2011; India Mental Health Law. Draft of Mental Health Care. Memorandum, notes.
- 2000; Ireland Mental Health Law.
- 1999, Sep. 5-14; Kyrgystan and Georgia Mental Health. Report of a visit to Kyrgystan and Georgia to monitor CORDAID Projects.
- 2010-2011; Lithuania Mental Health Law. Comments on Proposed Law on Mental Health Care.
- 1994, 1999; Moldovia Mental Health. Evaluation visit to Mental Health Care Projects in Moldovia.
- 1994; Russian Psychiatric Society Ethics Code. Documents in Russian and English translation of code.
- 1999; [Russia Mental Health]. Consent Forms of Patients of Soviet Records.
- 2000; Slovenia Mental Health Law Reports.
- 1980-1991; Soviet Psychiatry Abuse. Literature.
- 1995; Soviet Progress Report. Mental Health Law Reform in the Post-Soviet World: A Progress Report. Notes, draft, and research articles.
- 1996; Ukraine Mental Health Law. “A Model Information and Treatment Planning System to Ukraine Final Report” (1996); Law of Ukraine on Psychiatric Aid and Explanatory Note; Ukranian Law on “Mental Health Care”.
- 1999, Sep.; Ukraine Mental Health. Report of an Evaluation Visit to the Ukraine to Review CORDAID and GIP Funded Mental Health Reform Projects.
- 1991, Aug.; American Psychiatric Association [APA]. Saleem Shah presentation on Soviet Psychiatry. [Working papers]. [See also: Shah’s Papers MSS 93-2].
- ; Rehabilitating Victims of Soviet Psychiatry. “Soviet Psychiatry and Human Rights: ‘Reflections on the Report of the U. S. Delegation” by Richard Bonnie. Notes.
- 1993, Dec. 15; “Reflections on the Role of the Law in Mental Health Care”. Talk given at the Department of Psychiatry First Medical School of Charles University. Prague, Czech Republic.
Miscellaneous Professional Files
- 1995-1998; APA, Isaac Ray Award. [Letters from Paul Appelbaum nominating Richard Bonnie for the award].
- 2007; ACLU Marijuana Video. [Documents related to the video]. [No video].
- 2009; Brown Book. “Law touched our hearts. A generation remembers Brown v. Board of Education.” Presentation for the Virginia Festival of the Book.
- 2002-2005; CASA [Court Appointed Special Advocate] Project on Prescription Drug Diversion. [Reports, memoranda, e-mail correspondence].
- 2004; CASA National Advisory Commission on the Diversion and Abuse of Prescription Drugs.
- 2005; CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] Community Guide Alcohol Initiative. [Prof. Bonnie was part of the consultation team].
- 2002, Jul. 8; IOM [Institute of Medicine] Yarmolinsky Award to Richard Bonnie.
- 2005, Dec.; Kaine, Tim [Governor-elect from Virginia] Health and Human Resources Transition Committee Report. Memoranda, e-mail correspondence.
- 2003; MDAC [ Mental Disability Advocacy Center] Guardianship and Adults with Mental Disabilities . “The Guardianship Project.”
- 2004; NIAAA [National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism] Task Force on Adolescent Drinking. [“Alcohol Consumption by Children and Adolescents: An Interdisciplanary Overview. A Working Document of the Team on Underage Drinking, Sep. 20, 2004.
- 2006; NIAAA Work Group. [Underage Drinking Team
- 2003; Tobacco Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Health of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. E-mail correspondence, testimonies of Andrew C. von Eschenbach, M.D. (Commissioner of Food and Drugs); James Winker (General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church); Fred M. Jacobs, M.D., J.D. (Commissioner of New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services); Risa Lavizzo-Mourney, M.D., MBA (President and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation); Henry Armour (President and CEO of National Association of Convenience Stores); Richard Bonnie; Alan Blum, M.D. (University of Alabama Director of Center for the Study of Tobacco and Society; Jack E. Henningfield, M.D.; Scott D. Ballin, J.D.; AHEAD (Alliance for Health Economic and Agriculture Development); William V. Corr (Executive Director for Tobacco Free Kids).
- 2007, Oct. 3; Tobacco Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Health of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. Bonnie’s Statement and working documents.
- 2009; Uniform Drug Treatment Law. [Final Report of the Study Committee on Revision to the Model Drug Dependence Treatment and Rehabilitation Act; Kentucky SB4 O9RS www version; Uniform Law Commissioners’ Model Drug Dependence Treatment and Rehabilitation Act; Bonnie’s notes].
- 1995-1996, 1998; VBA [Virginia Bar Association] Committee on the Needs of the Mentally Disabled. [Correspondence, newspaper clippings].
- 2008-2009; VBA - Wounded Warriors Initiative. [Correspondence, working materials, newspaper clippings, articles].
- 2003; Virginia College Parents, Inc. Advisory Board.
- 2008; VCRRC [Virginia Capital Representation Resource Center] Board. [Query re Ethical Questions Raised by 50 Page Limit on Habeas Petitions in Capital Cases. Memorandum].
- 2009; Virginia DMHMRSAS [Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services] - ILPPP [Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy] Jail Diversion Program Evaluation.
- 2004, Mar.; Virginia LHRC [Local Human Rights Committee] and SHRC [State Human Rights Committee]. Human Rights Seminar Keynote Speech; 2002 Annual Report; Bonnie’s “The Path of Reform in Mental health Law in the Post-Soviet Era”.
- 1994; Virginia Law Foundation. Letter of the Board advising Bonnie’s election to become a fellow. Letter of nomination from Dean Robert Scott; By-laws of the Virginia Law Foundation.
- 2000; [Virginia Mental Health]. IG [Inspector General] Legislation. Email correspondence, Bonnie's notes, proposed bill.
University of Virginia and Law School Files
- 1995-1996; Frist Endowment for Ethics and Health Policy at The University of Virginia. [Planning for proposals, drafts, etc.]
- 1999-2005, n.d.; Garson File. [Tim Garson. Miscellaneous documents. 1999 Report of the Ad hoc Committee on Medicine-Law Collaboration; e-mail correspondence re Virginia hospitals patient care computer system (2002); University of Virginia new division of Public Health (2005); IOM Committee on Reducing Tobacco Use.
- 2009; JLME [Journal of Law Medicine and Ethics]. Insanity Paper. Includes Bonnie’s “Should a Personality Disorder ‘count’ as mental disease in insanity adjudication?”
- 2009; University of Virginia School of Law Genetics Conference. [Correspondence between professors Gil Siegal and Bonnie].
- 2005; Grimm, Dieter (German Constitutional Scholar) Visit to Law School.
- 2009, Apr.; Hoffman Memorial Lecture in Law and Psychiatry: Elyn Sacks, J.D.
- 2007; [Law School Visiting Scholars Program New Rules]. Memorandum.
- n.d.; Mental Disability and Human Rights Seminar at Law School. Notes.
- 2003-2004; Smith, Alexander McCall. Program of Humanities in Medicine and visit to UVA.
- Restricted files.
- 2009-2010; University of Virginia Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy. Batten School Faculty Council. [By-laws, Annual Report 2009-2010; e-mail correspondence with Dean Harry Harding].
- Restricted files
- n.d., 2000; UVA Fellowship in Mental Health and Ethics; Fellowship for Mental Health Reformers from Central and Eastern Europe and the former USSR.
- 2003-2005; [UVA] Public Policy Task Force. [“Substaining American Democracy Through Education. Establishing a Five year BA/MPP Program in Public Policy at UVA”. Proposal of Provost Task Force on Public Policy. Correspondence, comments, evaluation reports].
- 2008; UVA Public Service Retreat. “Fostering Public Service at the University of Virginia”; “Strategies for the Future of the University of Virginia”. Draft.
- 2005-2006; [UVA] Lloyd Cutter Center for Law and Public Policy. [Drafts of proposals, corrrespondence].
- 2006; UVA School of Medicine Self Study.
- 2007; UVA School of Public Service Task Force.
- 2002; UVA-WHO Agreement for Collaboration in Support of Health Development in Developing Countries. Ghana Traditional Medicine Project.
- 2006; UVA Wisdom Institute Project.
- 2008-2010; Voting Project 2009-2010. [UVA Conference on Voting Among Citizens in Long-Term Care in Virginia (2008); Materials for Voting and Cognitive Impairments Advisory Committee Meeting (2009); SBE [Virginia State Board of Elections] (2009)]
- 1993-1996; Abrahamson, Shirley [Chief Justice, Wisconsin Supreme Court].
- 1983-2005; Applebaum, Paul S., M.D.
- 2000; Applebaum, Paul S., M.D. Nomination to the Institute of Medicine.
- 1988; Ashworth, Andrew [Worcester College, Oxford]
- 1996-1998; Barondess, Jeremiah A., M.D.
- 2001; Brad, Patricia (Belgium) Appellate Judge.
- 1998, 2005; Dresser, Rebecca.
- 1980-1981, 1990-1991; DuPont, Robert L., M.D.
- 1983; Dvoskin, Joel A., Ph.D. [re: Forensic Services System Task Force].
- 1993-1994; Fulford, K W M (Bill). [Department of Psychiatry, Oxford, England].
- 1993; Gardner, William, Ph.D.
- 1987-1989; Geimer, William (Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University). [Re Virginia Capital Case Clearinghouse].
- 1991-1997; Gluzman, Semyon, M.D. [Ukranian Psychiatrist].
- 1980-1990; Gordis, Enoch, M.D.
- 1979; Graetz, Michael (Professor of Law at Yale University)
- 1986-1989; Gregory, Hardy Jr. (Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia).
- 2009-2010; Grimes, Terry - correspondence and obituary.
- 1996, 2002-2003; H Correspondence: Hamp, Lora (2002-2003); Hood, Roger (1996).
- 2000; Halperin, Abe Dr. [file contain: “Healing-Killing Conflicts. Medical Ethics and the Death Penalty” by Richard Bonnie. Hastings Center Report, May-June 1990].
- 1979-1981, 1984, 1991; Halleck, Seymour L., M.D.
- 2009, 2011; Hassell, Leroy (Virginia Supreme Court Justice). Memorial. Bonnie’s Statement.
- 1986; Hermann, Donald (Professor of Law DePaul University).
- 1994-1998; Hill, Jenny (Visiting Professorship).
- 1994; Hingeley, Jim [re Wasserstein Fellowship].
- 1987-2001; Jagger, Janine
- 2001; Lemons, Donald W. (Justice, Supreme Court of Virginia).
- 1996-1997; Lindesmith Center [re reprinting of The Marihuana Conviction].
- 1984-1992; Lynch, Robert
- 1992; Luskin, Robert [re Seminar on Advanced Criminal Law at UVA Law School].
- 1988-1989, 1996, 2001; M Correspondence: Mackay, R. D.; MacKeith, James Dr.; Meisel, Alan; Mosher, James J.D.; Munro, Robin.
- 1993; Marshall, Gail.
- 1991; Melton, Gary. [Re pre-natal misconduct].
- 2000-2001; Miscellaneous Correspondence.
- 2003-2005; Miscellaneous Correspondence.
- 1990-1991; Moore, Mark Harrison (Professor of Criminal Justice Policy and Management, Harvard School of Government).
- 1984; Morris, Norval.
- 1998; New York Academy of Medicine.
- 1991; Nightingale, Elena.
- 1992-1994; Payne, Lewis F. Jr. (U. S. House of Representatives, Virginia) [re position on the Clinton Administration and contributions to Payne’s campaign].
- 1999; PCAP [Post-Conviction Assistance Program]
- 1998; Reich, Walter [re position in the Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy].
- 1972-1997; Roth, Loren (Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh) (2 folders).
- 1998-2006; Schwartz, Jack (Assistant Attorney General of Maryland re legislation for “decisionally incapacitated subjects”. Report and correspondence.
- 1981-1991; Slobogin, Christopher.
- 1988, 1992; Stuntz, Bill.
- 1982-2002; Stone, Alan (Harvard Professor of Law and Psychiatry0.
- 1989-1995; Volkan, Vamik (Center for the Study of the Mind and Human Interaction, Blue Ridge Hospital, UVA).
- 1991-2003; Waldman, Ellen.
- 1988-1991; Warner, Kenneth (Professor, University of Michigan School of Public Health).
- 1990-2001; W - Z Correspondence. Waxman, Steve; Wertheimer, Alan; Wilson, Jim; Zimmer, Lynn.
- 1987-1988, 2008; Wilkinson J. Harvie III. [Personal note, clipping, Harvard Law Review Article].
- 1993; Zvolsky, Petr (Professor at the Karlovy University, Czech Republic).
Boxes 13 -15
Client Files [ALL FILES RESTRICTED]
- 2004; American Medical Association – American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry]. Simons Brief. Bonnie’s notes.
- 1986-2006; Miscellaneous correspondence (3 folders).
- 1992-1994; Eastern Block Psychiatry. APA Presentation.
- n.d.; Elder Mistreatment: Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation … Special note to readers of the Japanese edition.
- 1928-1938; History of Marijuana Laws. Photocopies of miscellaneous correspondence re narcotic law. [Letters from Hygienic Laboratory, US Department of Agriculture, American Medical Association, Bureau of Prohibition, H. J. Anslinger, Federal Narcotics Control Board]; newspaper clippings.
- 1997; Maryland’s Attorney General Office. Palliative Care Research Project. Correspondence and Third report of the Attorney General Research Group.
- 2002; MR/DP [death Penalty] Bills.
- 1994; Schlosser, Eric (The Atlantic) – Correspondence.
- 1990-1992; Soviet Mental health Law. Drafts and correspondence. [Some documents in Russian.
- 1995-1996; Stambaugh, Warren Foundation.
- 2003; Virginia Sexually Violent Predators [SVP] Bill. Advise to Governor.
- 1991; WPA Review team to Soviet Union. Preparatory documents for mission. [Prof. Bonnie’s set of documents].
- 1996-2001; Gluzman, Slava Correspondence re publishing.
Commission on Mental Health Reform in Virginia
- 2001; MacArthur Network: Quality Framework—Psychiatric Advance Directives Implementation Studies (PADs)
- 2003; MacArthur Network: Preparation and Communication
- 2004; MacArthur Network: Research and Notes
- 2005; Commission Meeting: “Reforming the Involuntary Commitment Process: A Multidisciplinary Effort,” December 9, 2005
- 2005; Chief Justice Hassell Commitment Initiative, 2001-2005 [1 of 3]
- 2005; Chief Justice Hassell Commitment Initiative, 2001-2005 [2 of 3]
- 2005; Chief Justice Hassell Commitment Initiative, 2001-2005 [3 of 3]
- 2005-2006; Bill Tracking: Mental Health Legislation in House and Senate
- 2005-2006; Commission Membership Selection [1 of 2]
- 2005-2006; Commission Membership Selection [2 of 2]
- 2006; Commission Emergency Room Study, July 2006
- 2006; Preliminary Commission on Mental Health Law Reform (CMHLR, Commission) Meeting re: Commission Formation: October 12-13, 2006
- 2006; Commission on Mental Health Law Reform (CMHLR, Commission) Meeting of the Commission and its Task Forces, October 12-13, 2006 [discussion of member involvement, related planning, and correspondence with Chief Justice Leroy Hassell] [1 of 2]
- 2006; Commission on Mental Health Law Reform (CMHLR, Commission) Meeting of the Commission and its Task Forces, October 12-13, 2006 [discussion of member involvement, related planning, and correspondence with Chief Justice Leroy Hassell] [2 of 2]
- 2006; Commission Meeting Minutes [notes, input, and correspondence from individual members with regard to Commission criteria, October 2006-November 2006]
- 2006; Commission Focus Group Studies
- 2006; Review of Virginia Community Services Board Emergency Services Programs, Prepared by the Office of the Inspector General for Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services, James W. Stewart, Inspector General
- 2006; Commission Media Coverage [local newspaper and Virginia Bar Association articles related to the Commission, its formation, and its progress, Winter 2006]
- 2006; Commission meeting, Friday, Dec. 8, 2006
- 2006; Civil Commitment Research [research related to specific empirical studies]
- 2006; Empirical data research, state-by-state [mental health hearing proceedings]
- 2006; Task Force: Children and Adolescents [notes and research arising out of concern for children and adolescents entering the juvenile court system in order to gain access to mental health care]
- 2006; Task Force: Access [notes and research arising out of issues of access to treatment for mentally ill patients who have limited modes of access to care and treatment]
- 2006; Task Force: Consumer Empowerment [notes, correspondence, source material, and citations related to “empowering” consumers through education about and knowledge of psychiatric advance directives and mental health care access and laws] [1 of 2]
- 2006; Task Force: Consumer Empowerment [notes, correspondence, source material, and citations related to “empowering” consumers through education about and knowledge of psychiatric advance directives and mental health care access and laws] [2 of 2]
- 2006-2007; Commission Retroactive Meeting Notes: notes and research for meetings on December 8, 2006 and January 23, 2007
- 2006; Personnel File: Shannon Mitchell [notes on Shannon Mitchell’s task force role and duties
- 2006; Florida Commitment Data [data related to research on psychiatric commitment statistics in Florida, used for Commission study]
- 2006; MacArthur Network: General Research and Notes
- 2006; MacArthur Network: Psychiatric Advance Directives Initiative (PADs) [research and correspondence]
- 2006; Commission on Economic Modeling
- 2006; Commission Media Coverage
- 2006; Miscellaneous Planning Materials
- 2006; Task Force: Commitment [research and correspondence related to mandatory and voluntary commitment statistics and procedures] [1 of 3]
- 2006; Task Force: Commitment [research and correspondence related to mandatory and voluntary commitment statistics and procedures] [2 of 3]
- 2006; Task Force: Commitment [research and correspondence related to mandatory and voluntary commitment statistics and procedures] [3 of 3]
- 2007; Task Force Presentation of Civil Commitment: “Removing Unwarranted Impediments in Virginia’s Mental Illness Treatment Law,” January 12, 2007 [presentation by Mary T. Zdanowicz from the Treatment Advocacy Center]
- 2007; Civil Commitment Practices in Virginia: Perceptions, Attitudes, and Recommendations [Report for the Commission on Mental Health Law Reform in Virginia, April 2007]
- 2007; Virginia State Bar Pro Bono Conference, May 17-18, 2007 [correspondence and programs]
- 2007; Commission on Mental Health Law Reform Meeting, June 21-27, 2007
- 2007; Miller Center Forum: June 25, 2007
- 2007; Commission CMHLR Meeting, June 30, 2007 [correspondence between Commission members for the CMHLR related to voluntary and involuntary commitment procedures] [1 of 2]
- 2007; Commission CMHLR Meeting, June 30, 2007 [correspondence between Commission members for the CMHLR related to voluntary and involuntary commitment procedures] [2 of 2]
- 2007; Commission Meeting, August 23, 2007 [1 of 2]
- 2007; Commission Meeting, August 23, 2007 [2 of 2]
- 2007; Outpatient Service Capacity and Commitment Hearing Attendance: Report Prepared by the Office of the Inspector General for Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services, Report by James W. Stewart, August 31, 2007
- 2007; Health, Welfare, & Institutions Committee Mental Health Law Meeting, Sept. 6, 2007 [personal handwritten notes from the meeting]
- 2007; Health, Welfare, & Institutions Committee Mental Health Law Meeting, Sept. 6, 2007 [circulated meeting materials]
- 2007; Proposal to Revise the Civil Commitment Process: Notes, Correspondence, and Drafts, Sept. 25, 2007
- 2007; Report to the Joint Legislative Audit & Review Commission, to the Governor, and to the General Assembly of Virginia, October 9, 2007
- 2007; Research Colloquium: New Frontiers of Research on Law & Psychiatry, October 24, 2007
- 2007; Conference Meeting, December 9, 2007 [personal handwritten notes from the meeting]
- 2007; Catherine Chen Jenkins Personnel File (Restricted) [notes on application for health law position within the Commission]
- 2007; Young Lawyers Conference [correspondence re: Virginia State Bar YLC Assistance to Commission on Mental Health Law Reform]
- 2007; Civil Commitment Study [notes and correspondence related to the set-up of meetings concerning study and personnel involved]
- 2007; JLARC Study [Joint Legislative Audit & Review Commission, established to oversee Virginia General Assembly, notes re: Mental Health Commission]
- 2007; Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Pilot Project [plan for grant objectives, protocols, and training]
- 2007; Task Force on Children and Adolescents: Commission Reports & Notes
- 2007; Victim Impact Letters [personal letters from families affected by Virginia mental health laws to support changes in the law]
- 2007; Presentations re: Virginia Civil Commitment Laws
- 2007; Health Privacy Working Group [notes, research, correspondence] [1 of 2]
- 2007; Health Privacy Working Group [notes, research, correspondence] [2 of 2]
- 2007; Task Force on Criminal Justice [notes, research, and correspondence related to improving interactions between members of law enforcement and mentally ill offenders]
- 2007; Virginia Senate Retreat [plan to spend time at annual retreat discussing mental health law reform]
- 2007; Civil Commitment Task Force meetings: Empowerment & Self-Determination
- 2007; Mandatory Outpatient Treatment: drafts, research, and miscellaneous materials
- 2007; Southern Legislative Conference plans and related correspondence
- 2007; Review of the Virginia Community Services Board Emergency Services Program, Prepared by the Office of the Inspector General for Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services, Report by James W. Stewart
- 2007; Hearing Study [relating to analyses of different methods of jurisdictional civil commitment, including aggressive, meaningful, and little-to-none]
- 2007; Working Definitions for Virginia Mental Health Law
- 2007; Progress Reports for Commission on Mental Health Law Reform
- 2007; Civil Commitment Task Force [correspondence, notes, drafts, presentations]
- 2007; Criminal Justice Task Force [correspondence, reports, drafts, presentations]
- 2007; Baker Act Data, University of South Florida [with personal notes and comments from Richard Bonnie]
- 2007; Working Group on Health Privacy and the Civil Commitment Process [drafts, research, correspondence]
- 2007; Crisis Contact Empirical Studies and Results Findings
- 2007; Mandatory Outpatient Commitment Task Force Meeting [correspondence and research following meeting adjournment]
- 2007; Correspondence between Commission members and local professionals in area re: specific cases and issues for mental health law reform
- 2007; CMHLR Conferences and Meetings [presentations, related correspondence, schedules]
- 2007-2008; Personal notes [miscellaneous] for Richard Bonnie, Speeches, and Presentations
- 2007-2009; Official Reports & Action Lists: Mental Health Training and Implementation Task Force
- 2007-2009; Senate and House Bill Edits [correspondence and drafts related to 2007-09 Virginia mental health law legislation] [1 of 3]
- 2007-2009; Senate and House Bill Edits [correspondence and drafts related to 2007-09 Virginia mental health law legislation] [2 of 3]
- 2007-2009; Senate and House Bill Edits [correspondence and drafts related to 2007-09 Virginia mental health law legislation] [3 of 3]
- 2008; Governor’s Conference for Mental Health and Criminal Justice Transformation, May 13-14, 2008, co-sponsored by the Virginia Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services; Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services
- 2008; CLE: Overview of Civil Commitment Law and Changes Made by the 2008 General Assembly [meeting and conference materials from June 4-5, 2008]
- 2008; Report to the Commission on mental Health Law Reform: Community Service Boards Emergency Services Face-to-Face Contact Study, June 2007 [report written May 16, 2008]
- 2008; Commission Meeting, October 30-31, 2008 [1 of 2]
- 2008; Commission Meeting, October 30-31, 2008 [2 of 2]
- 2008; Advance Directive Task Force [correspondence and research related to overhaul of advance directive legislation] [1 of 2]
- 2008; Advance Directive Task Force [correspondence and research related to overhaul of advance directive legislation] [2 of 2]
- 2008; Mental health decision-making and guardianship [reports, research, and correspondence]
- 2008; Health Care Decisions Act (HCDA) Proposed Revisions and Related Correspondence
- 2008; Bill Tracking Correspondence
- 2008; Commission “To Do” Plans [personal notes and research related to Commission plans in upcoming year(s)]
- 2008; AD Bill: Lobbying Strategy
- 2008; CMS Database Research and Correspondence
- 2008; CMHLR 2008: Data System [empirical studies and research related to Virginia health law legislation]
- 2008; Involuntary Commitment of Minors [research, correspondence, news articles]
- 2008; Commission Task Force “miscellaneous” correspondence: administrative and technical matters
- 2008; Task Force Correspondence re: Juvenile Justice
- 2008; Evaluation of current Mandatory Outpatient Treatment Plans in Virginia
- 2008; Study Resolution Working Group [Bonnie’s notes, research, and resources for a study resolution for “urgent” mental health care in Virginia as part of the Access Task Force]
- 2008; CSB Crisis Contact Study
- 2008; Presentations re: Virginia Civil Commitment Law [miscellaneous presentations and related materials]
- 2008; Transportation Working Group [Transportation legislation: issues surrounding the transportation of patients to and from medical/health care and commitment facilities]
- 2008; New Legislation Task Force [bill tracking, draft proposals]
- 2008; Wanchek Proposal [proposal for increasing outpatient services research versus in-patient services and in-patient stay legislation]
- 2008; Access Task Force: Attendance at Meetings [correspondence between meeting participants]
- 2008 Voluntary/Surrogate Admission [issues surrounding health facility patient admission by patients without guardians and of patients under guardianship]
- 2008 CMHLR 2008: Training
- 2008 Implementation Task Force [notes, research, related correspondence]
- 2008 Access Task Force 2008 [introductory research and correspondence related to the re-convening of the Access Task Force]
- 2008 Planning and Strategy for 2008 [Task Force Planning for meetings and other actions in 2008-2009 year]
- 2008-2009 JCHC (Joint Commission on Health Care) 2008-2009 meetings and plans
- 2008-2009 Advance Directive Research and Legislation [correspondence, notes, drafts, presentations]
- 2009; Steering Committee Meeting, April 22, 2009
- 2009; HDCA (Health Care Decisions Act) Conferences 2009 [miscellaneous HDCA conference materials]
- 2009; Advance Directives in Virginia: “Big Changes in 2009”
- 2009; “Understanding and Implementing Virginia’s Revised Health Care Decisions Act,” UVA Law School, Caplin Pavilion, October 22, 2009
- 2009; Commission Research Grant Management
- 2009; Special Justice Issues: Notes and Correspondence
- 2009; Voluntary Admissions and Voluntary Commitments [research, drafts, and correspondence]
- 2009; Future Commitment Reforms for Civil Commitment Task Force
- 2009; Presentations re: Virginia Civil Commitments Laws
- 2010; Presentations re: Virginia Civil Commitments Laws
- 2010; Successor to Commission [notes and comments for the successor commission on behavioral health care]
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Papers of Richard J. Bonnie, MSS 81-9r, Box Number, Special Collections, University of Virginia Law Library
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