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Substitute consent- a guardianship dilemma

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This paper argues that Guardianship Boards need to target the kinds of cases in which guardianship is most likely to achieve something for the people with disabilities involved. It is argued that this need arises especially in the context of substitute consent to medical treatment, restraints etc. There is ample evidence of such practices being misused. Keyword: Legal

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Author
Simpson, Jim
Source
Unknown
Publisher
-
Publication Date
1 January 1970
Category
Professionals
Keywords
Legal
Origin
Australia

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