Non-Accidental Injury

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Learning Objectives:-
  • Rights and Interests of children
  • Capacity of young people to consent to and refuse treatment
  • Role of parents/guardians/HCP/courts in decisions about treatment of children
  • Ethical & legal issues in child protection
  • Application of the duty of confidentiality to young people

  Legal Aspects of the case

  Ethical Issues Raised

  In Clinical Practice

    • Children Act 1989 and 2004

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Dom says...
So would the doctor order an EPO or a PPO then in this situation?
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Les Ann replied...
Well I suppsoe in that situation it does seem that an EPO seems reasonable, its not as if its a truely emergency situation right?
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Chrissy replied...
To be fair, I think I would go for a PPO myself
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Author: Anna Allan

Editors: Philip Xiu

Voice Actors: Tom Jones, Zoe Monnier-Hovell