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Section 1: Mental health legislation and children

(1.1) Section 1: Mental health legislation and children

(1.2) The patient, Named Person and mental health professionals

(1.3) Interactive exercise: types of detention

(1.4) Criteria for detention

(1.5) General principles

(1.6) Treatment guidelines and hospital admissions

(1.7) Clinical vignette: Jim part one

(1.8) Suggested answer

(1.9) Interactive exercise: clinical vignette: Jim part two

(1.10) Section 1: Recap

(1.11) Section 1: Summary

 

Section 2: Children’s Hearings system: welfare & juvenile offending

(2.1) Section 2: Children’s Hearings system: welfare & juvenile offending

(2.2) Children’s Hearings system: grounds for referral

(2.3) Children’s Hearings system: issuing orders

(2.4) Scottish juvenile justice system

(2.5) Vulnerable witnesses

(2.6) Psychiatric reports

(2.7) Clinical vignette: Scott part one

(2.8) Suggested answer

(2.9) Clinical vignette: Scott part two

(2.10) Suggested answer

(2.11) Clinical vignette: Scott part three

(2.12) Suggested answer

(2.13) Section 2: Recap

(2.14) Section 2: Summary

 

Section 3: Consent and capacity issues in children

(3.1) Section 3: Consent and capacity issues in children

(3.2) Age of legal capacity

(3.3) Giving consent on behalf of a child

(3.4) Court orders and warrants authorising medical examination or treatment

(3.5) Adults with incapacity

(3.6) Interactive exercise: assessing decision-making capacity

(3.7) Use of the Adults with Incapacity (AWI) Act

(3.8) Clinical vignette: Morag part one

(3.9) Suggested answer

(3.10) Interactive exercise: clinical vignette: Morag part two

(3.11) Clinical vignette: Morag summary

(3.12) Section 3: Recap

(3.13) Section 3: Summary

 

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