Minor Sensitive Services

Minor Sensitive Services

Minor Sensitive Services

Minor Sensitive Services

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It is generally accepted that minors must receive parental consent for any medical services rendered. In addition, medical records are considered open access for parents when their children are underage. However, there are guidelines in place to allow for minors to consent to specific services without parental oversight. This course discusses information regarding healthcare for minors, including the differences between treatment of emancipated and unemancipated individuals, minor confidentiality, and minor consent.

COURSE INFORMATION

Brittany Kleszynski, DVM 45 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2018-07-19Updated 2020-10-26

Course Objectives

  • Understand the differences in treatment between emancipated and unemancipated minors.
  • Identify topics physicians can and cannot discuss with minors.
  • Compare the differences in minor consent on a federal versus state level.

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