V.19 No.39 |
Sexy time with Miss D.
By Marisa Demarco [ Wed Oct 6 2010 12:44 PM ]
Telling people condoms don't work is irresponsible, says Alibi columnist Whitny Doyle, R.N. But APS board member David Robbins spread that misinformation like an STI a few weeks ago. Read Miss Diagnosis' op-ed, which is rooted in her nursly experience.
And pass it on: Teens' health care confidentiality rights.
V.19 No.39 | 9/30/2010
Know Your Rights
By Whitny Doyle, R.N.
All minors, no matter how young, have the right to confidential reproductive health care services. This means your provider (a doctor, physician assistant or nurse practitioner) can’t tell your parents if you are having sex, if you want birth control, if you are being treated for an STD, if you are pregnant or if you want an abortion. Pregnant females can consent to prenatal care, delivery services and postnatal care without a parent.
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