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Adobe PDF format The Child's Right to be Heard in the Healthcare Setting: Perspectives of Children, Parents and Health Professionals

The principal objective of this research was to determine the extent to which the voice of the child is heard within the health care setting. The research had three core elements: a literature review on the application of the child's right to be heard in the health care setting; consultation with children and young people (aged between 5 and 11) parents and family members, health care professionals and voluntary groups active in the area and an analysis of the educational and training syllabi of the medical professionals who work with children.

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