Examples of Mature minor in a sentence
Mature minor children may be granted authority to consent to care for themselves and other minor children of the Family or to other persons appointed by the parents or legal guardian.
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The application site has a stated area of 5.5 hectares with 4.9 hectares the area of the site and 0.6 hectares the area of the public road where works are proposed.
Mature minor children may be granted authority to consent to care for themselves and other minor children of the family or to other persons appointed by the parents or legal guardian.
Mature minor status must be assessed at the onset of all future access points to service with a social worker, and should be considered with the implementation of any new intervention during a period of care with a particular social worker or service agency.
Summary: Mature minor informed consent for immunization may be given by students who are at least 13 years old up to and including 17 years of age.
Refer to Policy B: Mature minor informed consent for immunization.● Once a student turns 18 and is no longer a minor, verbal consent must be obtained from them in order for a PHN to continue a vaccine series or to begin a vaccine series that their parent/guardian/social worker had signed for.
Professional Practice Notice: Mature minor determination for consent to treatment.
I follow Bailey (2010) in assuming the Griswold decision made the pill legal in Mississippi.Appendix B Medical consent for youths by Australian stateB.a Mature minor doctrinesB.a.a Nationwide in 1992: Gillick competenceMost states and territories have a mature minor doctrine that is based on Gillick v West Norfolk and Wisbech Area Health Authority (1986) and the “Fraser Guidelines” developed in that case.
Dismissed Reasoning: Mature minor rule is subsequent to the courts CL duty to protect the life of a child.