Reactions of Pediatricians to Refusals of Medical Treatment for Minors
Talati, Erin D
Lang, Colleen Walsh
Ross, Lainie Friedman
The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine 2010 Aug; 47(2): 126-32
Treatment refusals in pediatrics must balance parental decision-making authority and best interest. General pediatricians and subspecialists were surveyed to understand the factors that influence their responses to refusals including (1) prognosis, (2) concordance of parent-minor decision, and (3) minor autonomy.
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