NUR1 424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Deontological Ethics, Canadian Paediatric Society, Palliative Care

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In most cases parents are appropriate surrogate decision makers for their children and should give primacy to the best interests of their child: exceptions to duty to provide life-sustaining treatment when there is consensus . Imminent danger: extent of disclosure, limited in proportion to imminent risks, confidentiality (civil code of quebec, respect of reputation and privacy, every person has a right to the respect of his reputation and privacy. In addition, he may not, when establishing or using the file, otherwise invade the privacy of damage the reputation of the person concerned: fundamental freedom and rights the quebec charter of human rights and. Freedoms: every human being has a right to life, and to personal security, inviolability and freedom. He also possesses juridical personality: every person has a right to respect for his private life, every person has a right to non-disclosure of confidential information. The tribunal must, ex officio, ensure that professional secrecy is respected.

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