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Do people with intellectual disabilities understand their prescription medication? A scoping review
Background People with intellectual disabilities (ID) are more likely to experience poor health than the general population and are frequently prescribed multiple medications. Therefore it is important that people with ID ...
The Montgomery judgement and pharmacist consultations
There is little awareness among pharmacists of the existence of the Montgomery judgment or its potential implications for medicines‐related consultations. Nina Barnett and Claudia Carr therefore undertook a survey of ...
The implications of the Montgomery judgment on pharmacy practice and patients with learning disability
The judgment in Montgomery v Lanarkshire (Scotland) 2015 introduced a new definition of informed consent which has implications for all healthcare professionals. This article focuses specifically on the implications for ...
The Future of Assisted Dying in the UK
Mitochondrial donation or the Reality of the Myth of 'Three parents, One Baby'
In February 2015, MP’s debated a motion in the House of Commons to approve the Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Mitochondrial Donation) Regulations 2015. Having passed that hurdle, the Regulations still require approval ...
Unlocking Medical Law and Ethics