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The Child as Vulnerable Patient [electronic resource] : Protection and Empowerment

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780754672524Series: Medical Law and EthicsPublication details: Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2009.ISBN:
  • 9780754691297
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Child as Vulnerable Patient : Protection and EmpowermentDDC classification:
  • 342.4208/772 344.4'203219892-dc22 349.42
LOC classification:
  • KD3405.C48H34 2009
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Preface; Table of Cases; 1 The Importance of Protecting and Empowering Children; 2 The Law and Children's Autonomy; 3 Parental Responsibility and Children's Health Care Treatment; 4 Confidentiality and Children; 5 Genetic Testing and Counselling: The Paradigm Case for Family Medicine?; 6 Negligence and Complaints; 7 Children in Research; 8 Children's Participation and Foundation Trusts: Some New Opportunities?; 9 Concluding Remarks; Index
Summary: This volume examines the particular ethical and legal issues raised by children in the health care setting and considers the key areas of concern in relation to the balance between protecting the welfare of the young and their rights to autonomy.
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Cover; Contents; Preface; Table of Cases; 1 The Importance of Protecting and Empowering Children; 2 The Law and Children's Autonomy; 3 Parental Responsibility and Children's Health Care Treatment; 4 Confidentiality and Children; 5 Genetic Testing and Counselling: The Paradigm Case for Family Medicine?; 6 Negligence and Complaints; 7 Children in Research; 8 Children's Participation and Foundation Trusts: Some New Opportunities?; 9 Concluding Remarks; Index

This volume examines the particular ethical and legal issues raised by children in the health care setting and considers the key areas of concern in relation to the balance between protecting the welfare of the young and their rights to autonomy.