Minors' Rights to Consent to Health Services
This webinar will help professionals understand and navigate the law in SC regarding minor’s rights to consent to health services. Be ready to “play in the grey” and gain skills you can directly apply to your care for patients!
By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Understand the SC statutes covering minor's rights to health services.
- Apply healthcare services for minors in accordance with the law, and understand what you can and cannot do with only a minor's consent.
- Understand how the consent laws, mandatory reporter law, and close-in-age exception work in practice.
PREP partners, educators, community organizations, clinical professionals
Stig Rasmussen, J.D., M.M.C
Stig joined the organization in May 2014 and is currently Fact Forward’s Operations Manager. In this role, he supervises many of the day-to-day operations, human resources, and regulatory and legal compliance issues for the company. Stig received a Bachelor of Arts in 2004 from Emory University majoring in both Psycholinguistics and Philosophy, and received a Juris Doctorate and Master of Mass Communication from the University of South Carolina in 2011. He is licensed to practice law in South Carolina and Georgia.
February 22st, 2022
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