Non-judgemental care when patients may have committed a crime
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Non-judgemental care when patients may have committed a crime

Yvonne Covell Health journalist

Nurses in a variety of setting may be caring for people who have been accused or convicted of a criminal offence, or who have been found to have had diminished responsibility as a result of mental illness

Any nurse may have contact with patients accused or convicted of an offence.

Nursing Standard. 38, 3, 14-17. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.3.14.s10

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