Prise en charge sanitaire des mineurs détenus
Archives de Pédiatrie 2010 February; 17(2): 166-174
Several new French regulations have come into effect to regulate the healthcare of juvenile offenders in prison with the creation of French Young Offender Institutions. They complete the French prison healthcare methodological guide. This article presents the new developments in the healthcare of juveniles in prison. It specifies the limitations placed on the healthcare team's interventions on imprisoned juveniles. Promoting an individualized prisoner program, as is done in the school context, outlining parental involvement in this program, and withdrawing from the healthcare methodological guide the tasks that are not within the realm of the physician caring for the minor would be measures to ensure good ethical medical practices in prison. These could be applied to French secure training centers and secure children's homes.
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