Assault Matters: What You Need to Know
Available from: 17/12/2019
Where to publish: mivision publication and www.mieducation.com
Contact: Nikki Byrne, [E] firstname.lastname@example.org, [P] 02 8336 8616
- Understand assault presentations from a legal perspective and recognise “suspected” assaults. Patients may present with an anxiety overlay which necessitates a tailored examination strategy to facilitate an urgent or semi-urgent referral. Recognize urgent referrals and provide suitable communication to nearest
- Have a management plan which involves photography to support any legal claim by the victim. Understand roles / relationship of others attending the consultation. Understand victim’s rights and the choice to use an interpreter.
- Recognize level of attention to detail required for record keeping depending on the presentation. History needs to be quotations from patient. A clear recording manner for symptoms and signs needs to be followed. Your presence or your record may be subpoenaed to court. Choices in patient care need to be clearly understood.
Max points awarded: 2.00
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