The authors, both child psychiatrists, discuss some of the ethical problems that arise in their practice, in relation to advice given in the British Medical Association's Handbook of Medical Ethics. They find that the main problems occur when multidisciplinary cooperation is needed.
Their concern about confidentiality is shared in the papers by Kenny, Pheby and their commentators, which follow this one.
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