The Mental Health (Conflicts of Interest) (England) Regulations 2008 (Statutory Instruments 2008/1205)
Publication Date: 14 August 2015
Authority These regulations were made under section 12A of the Mental Health Act 1983. General Description These regulations set out when a potential conflict of interest, in England, prevents an approved mental health professional making an application in respect of a patient, e.g. for admission to hospital, and prevents a registered medical practitioner making a […]
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