Privacy: what does it mean for children's nurses?

Charles-Edwards, Imelda; Brotchie, Jane
June 2005
Paediatric Nursing;Jun2005, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p38
Academic Journal
Children and young people have a right to privacy and respect. However, conflict can arise, particularly in relation to family life, which cannot be side-stepped by nurses. This article gives an overview of the legal and ethical rights of children and young people.


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