In the case of Britney Spears, professional ethics are also involved, which must make the media. Roy Peter Clark, vice president of the Poynter Institute, a leading center of journalism training and ethics, recently wrote. ‘There is clearly a danger zone, when life and health are at stake, when the best thing to do is to press back are off. That time for Spears is probably now. ‘.
There should be no stigma for a person who will be in a hospital or for mental illness, voluntary or otherwise treated. The treatment is medical intervention for a life threatening disease. The treatment works. Continue reading “In the case of Britney Spears.”