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James Theodore Hilliard, J.D.

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  1. Commons ML, Gutheil TG, Hilliard JT. On humanizing the expert witness: a proposed narrative approach to expert witness qualification. J Am Acad Psychiatry Law. 2010; 38(3):302-4. PMID: 20852213.
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  2. Gutheil TG, Simon RI, Hilliard JT. "The wrong handle": flawed fixes of medicolegal problems in psychiatry and the law. J Am Acad Psychiatry Law. 2005; 33(4):432-6. PMID: 16394218.
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  3. Gutheil TG, Bursztajn H, Hilliard JT, Brodsky A. "Just say no": experts' late withdrawal from cases to preserve independence and objectivity. J Am Acad Psychiatry Law. 2004; 32(4):390-4. PMID: 15704624.
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  4. Hilliard JT. The threat worse than malpractice. Med Econ. 2003 Feb 21; 80(4):38, 41-2. PMID: 12666647.
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  5. Hilliard, JT. Pink Paper Blues, Restraining patients exhibiting signs of mental illness in an emergency room. ProMutual Group Coverage Magazine. 2003; 7.
  6. Gutheil TG, Hilliard JT. The treating psychiatrist thrust into the role of expert witness. Psychiatr Serv. 2001 Nov; 52(11):1526-7. PMID: 11684752.
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  7. Gutheil TG, Hilliard JT. The treating psychiatrist thrust into the role of expert witness. Psychiatric Services, a Journal of the American Psychiatric Association. 2001; 52(11):1526-1527.
  8. Gutheil TG, Hilliard JT. "Don't write me down": legal, clinical, and risk-management aspects of patients' requests that therapists not keep notes or records. Am J Psychother. 2001; 55(2):157-65. PMID: 11467254.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  9. Gutheil TG, Simon RI, Hilliard JT. The phantom expert: unconsented use of an expert's name and/or testimony, as a legal strategy. J Am Acad Psychiatry Law. 2001; 29(3):313-8. PMID: 11592459.
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  10. Hilliard JT, Behnke SH. Do informed consent letters have a role in psychotherapy? Harv Ment Health Lett. 1999 Mar; 15(9):8. PMID: 10030153.
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  11. Hilliard, JT. A Penalty Paid for a Lost Record. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1999; (Winter).
  12. Hilliard, JT. Prescribing Practices in Massachusetts - Part II An Update. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1999; (Spring).
  13. Hilliard JT, Behnke SH. Do informed consent letters have a role in pschotherapy?. The Harvard Mental Health Letter. 1999; 3.
  14. Hilliard, JT. Disabled Persons Abuse Reporting and Investigation -- Exceptions to Reporting and Providing Information. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1998; (Spring).
  15. Hilliard, JT. Liability Issues with Managed Care; Pitfalls of Prescribing Medications; and Termination of Treatment with Troublesome Patients. Lifson LE, Simon RI. The Mental Health Practitioner and the Law, A Comprehensive Handbook. 1998; 44-55, 187-194, 216-221..
  16. Behnke SH, Hilliard JT. The Essentials of Massachusetts Mental Health Law, A Straightforward Guide for Clinicians of all Disciplines. 1998.
  17. Hilliard, JT. Exposures, Other Than Malpractice. Massachuetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1998; (Winter).
  18. Anfang SA, Hilliard JT. Legal issues in acute care psychiatry. Sederer LI, Rothschild AJ. Acute Care Psychiatry. 1997; 431-456.
  19. Hilliard, JT. Informed Consent for the 90's and Beyond. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1997; (Summer).
  20. Hilliard, JT. Legal Pitfalls of Treating the Elderly with Antipsychotics. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1997; (2).
  21. Hilliard, JT. Confidentiality and the Computerized Record. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1997; (Fall).
  22. Hilliard, JT. The Retiring Psychiatrist - Some Practical Suggestions. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1996; (5/6).
  23. Hilliard, JT. Review of Reporting Requirements for Psychiatrists. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1996.
  24. Hilliard, JT. An Overview of Chapter 8 of the Acts of 1996, "An Act Further Protecting the Confidentiality of Patients". Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1996.
  25. Bursztajn HJ, Hilliard JT. "Ask the expert: violence against attorneys and judges: Protecting yourself before and after a threat". Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys Journal. 1995; 3(No. 1):47-51.
  26. Hilliard, JT. Confidentiality of Psychiatric Records, Part I. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1995; (3/4).
  27. Hilliard, JT. Patients Who Violate Boundaries. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1995; (1/2).
  28. Hilliard, JT. The Duty to Record. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1994; (5/6).
  29. Hilliard, JT. The Legal Traps of Rendering a "Forensic Opinion". Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1994; (3/4).
  30. Hilliard, JT. Prescribing Practices in Massachusetts -- What You Don't Know Can Hurt You. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1994; (1/1).
  31. Hilliard, JT. Dealing with Patients' Confidentiality in a Managed Care System. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1994; (9/10).
  32. Hilliard, JT. Update on Chapter 10 of the Acts of 1992: Psychiatrists Supervising Nurse Mental Health Clinical Specialists to Issue Prescriptions and other Treatment Ordersz. Massachuett Psychiatric Society Newsletter . 1993; (3/4).
  33. Hilliard, JT. Informing the Patient of the Limits of Confidentiality in a Psychiatrist/Patient Relationship. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1993; (1/2).
  34. Hilliard, JT. The Law Takes a Giant Step Backward - For the Better. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1993; (11/12).
  35. Hilliard, JT. Snitch Law. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1992; (9/10).
  36. Hilliard, JT. Terminating Treatment. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1991; (12).
  37. Hilliard, JT. Privileged Communications, the Exception to the Subpoena Rule. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1991; (3/4).
  38. Hilliard, JT. The record is your best defense. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1990; (11/12).
  39. Hilliard, JT. Signing of Pink Papers (Section 12) in the Absence of Examining the Patient. Massachusetts Psychiatric Society Newsletter. 1990; (7).
  40. Hilliard, JT. The Confidentiality Dilemma: Psychiatrist Treating the Physician. Massachusetts Psychiatric Newsletter. 1988; (5).
  41. Hilliard JT, Gutheil TG. Comments on dealing with "irresponsible" patient advocates. Hosp Community Psychiatry. 1981 Nov; 32(11):803-4. PMID: 7286937.
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  42. Eisenberg GC, Hilliard JT, Gutheil TG. Ethical aspects of the right to refuse medication: a clinicolegal dilemma for the psychiatrist and patient. Psychiatr Q. 1981; 53(2):93-9. PMID: 6120528.
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  43. Eisenberg GC, Hilliard JT, Gutheil TG. Ethical aspects of the right to refuse medications. Psychiatric Quarterly. 1981; 53:93-99.
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Funded by the NIH/NCATS Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program, grant number UL1TR001102, and through institutional support from Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Children's Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.