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[In Parental Responsibility, Young Children and Healthcare Law (2007), in response to a critique of the approach adopted by the courts, I proposed a conceptual framework of relational responsibilities to underpin the law concerning children’s medical treatment. In this chapter I revisit the...
[This chapter seeks to develop our model of ‘embodied integrity’ by addressing its capacity to protect profoundly disabled children from irreversible non-therapeutic bodily interventions and to frame a more appropriate ethico-legal response to their care. Specifically, we suggest that the...
[Chapter 5 was previously published non-open access. It has now been changed to open access under a CC BY 4.0 license and the copyright holder updated to ‘The Author(s)’. The book has also been updated with this change]
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