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 A **Form 3** (//​Certificate of Involuntary Admission//​) is filled out when a patient meets criteria for an involuntary admission under either Box A, or Box B criteria. A Form 3 lasts 2 weeks. A **Form 3** (//​Certificate of Involuntary Admission//​) is filled out when a patient meets criteria for an involuntary admission under either Box A, or Box B criteria. A Form 3 lasts 2 weeks.
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-<callout type="​danger"​ title="​The Form 3 Only Allows for Detention, Not Treatment"​ icon="​true">​The Form 3 only allows for the physical detention of an individual. It does not allow you to force treatment without a patient'​s consent. Only emergency treatment is allowed in the event of significant morbidity or mortality. Therefore, if there is no emergency and a patient refuses treatment, you must respect the wishes of the patient even if they are on a Form 3. 
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-A patient can theoretically be in a situation where they detained on a Form 3, but found to be capable. If found capable, the patient has a right to refuse treatment. Only a finding of incapacity under the  Health Care Consent Act (HCCA) allows you to treat the patient. As an example, a patient with schizophrenia can be detained under a Form 3 for serious impairment of self, but still be capable to make a decision to refuse an anti-psychotic (though this scenario is unlikely). 
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-{{fa>​arrow-circle-right?​color=green}} See also main article: **[[teaching:​on-mha:​consent-capacity]]** 
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 +<callout type="​danger"​ title="​The Form 3 Only Allows for Detention, Not Treatment"​ icon="​true">​The Form 3 only allows for the physical detention of an individual. It does not allow you to force treatment without a patient'​s consent. Only emergency treatment is allowed in the event of significant morbidity or mortality. Therefore, if there is no emergency and a patient refuses treatment, you must respect the wishes of the patient even if they are on a Form 3.
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 +A patient can theoretically be in a situation where they detained on a Form 3, but found to be capable. If found capable, the patient has a right to refuse treatment. Only a finding of incapacity under the  Health Care Consent Act (HCCA) allows you to treat the patient. As an example, a patient with schizophrenia can be detained under a Form 3 for serious impairment of self, but still be capable to make a decision to refuse an anti-psychotic (though this scenario is unlikely).
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 +{{fa>​arrow-circle-right?​color=green}} See also main article: **[[teaching:​on-mha:​consent-capacity]]**
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