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by Dr Moli Paul
Last updated: July 2020
There are many ethical and legal challenges
posed by making decisions with and about children and young people
in relation to their mental healthcare within CAMHS (Child and
Adolescent Mental Health Services). This module will concentrate on
issues such as:
In Part 1: duty of care and
rights we considered:
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Please note there are (potential) upcoming changes to the law
that will have implications for the content of this module:
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