Medical Confidentiality and Multidisciplinary Work: Child Sexual Abuse and Mental Handicap Registers
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1987 Nov 21; 295(6609): 1315-1319.
We received a short paper from Dr. Williams raising the issue of medical confidentiality as encountered by general practitioners in cases of child sexual abuse. Similarly, we received a letter from Dr. Singh describing a conflict with his local social services department about the confidentiality of information requested by the department for inclusion in a mental handicap register. We asked a general practitioner, a consultant psychiatrist, a consultant paediatrician, an expert in medical ethics, and a solicitor to comment on these two cases.
Adults; Case Studies; Child Abuse; Communication; Confidentiality; Consent; Consultation; Dangerousness; Duty to Warn; Data Banks; Ethics; Family Members; Health; Health Personnel; Interdisciplinary Communication; Killing; Legal Obligations; Medical Ethics; Medical Records; Mental Health; Moral Obligations; Patient Care; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Records; Referral and Consultation; Social Workers; Standards; Third Party Consent; Violence;
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