Proxy access to online patient records - updated

Dr Pallavi Bradshaw from Medical Protection explains how practices should deal with online access to medical records for parents, guardians and carers. This article has been updated to include advice on patients who may be vulnerable to coercion.

by Dr Pallavi Bradshaw
Parents and guardians only have access rights to their child's records up until the age of 11 (Picture: iStock)
Parents and guardians only have access rights to their child's records up until the age of 11 (Picture: iStock)

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