United Kingdom Homecare Association
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Next of kin - how important is getting consent for treatment

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Professor Keith Brown, Daisy Bogg and Mike Lyne of Bournemouth University give advice on the importance of getting consent from next of kin for treatment.

This article initially featured in the November 2016 edition of Homecarer.

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