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Developmental dysplasia is an example of a condition where related claims can come to light several years after the event – and where our assistance in dealing with them can be crucial.
The overriding consideration for healthcare professionals must always be the child or young person's best interests.
What is Gillick competence? Here's what you need to know about capacity and consent in young people.
Consent in children and young people can be complex – and the law varies across the UK.
Get to know the principles of parental responsibility with our quick guide.
What you need to know about your professional obligations for reporting female genital mutilation (FGM).
GPs need to be aware of local child protection procedures when identifying and safeguarding children at risk.
A GP needed the MDU's guidance to process a request for patient records without disclosing confidential information.
A GP called the MDU for advice on how to proceed when a young patient asked for contraception.