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Health Care in Detention

Health Care in Detention

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The Health Care in Detention posters seek to bolster respect for medical ethics in places of detention. Each poster represents a major ethical issue affecting detainees. The posters cover medical confidentiality, treating detainees first and foremost as patients, providing health care on the basis of need, and treating detainees without discrimination. They are intended for medical and prison staff, government and the general public.

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The Health Care in Detention posters seek to bolster respect for medical ethics in places of detention. Each poster represents a major ethical issue affecting detainees. The posters cover medical confidentiality, treating detainees first and foremost as patients, providing health care on the basis of need, and treating detainees without discrimination. They are intended for medical and prison staff, government and the general public.

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Published by: International Committee of the Red Cross on Aug 08, 2014
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 Anyone needing health care in detention should be treated first and foremost as a patient. Health needs should always take priority.
PATIENT FIRST, DETAINEE SECOND
For more information: gva_op_assist_sante@icrc.org
 
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HEALTH CARE ON THE BASIS OF HEALTH NEEDS
Medical staff – not the detaining authorities – should decide who needs to be treated first.
For more information: gva_op_assist_sante@icrc.org
 
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MEDICAL RECORDS  ARE CONFIDENTIAL
Medical staff working in places of detention should uphold principles of medical ethics, including patient confidentiality. The detaining authorities should also respect this.
For more information: gva_op_assist_sante@icrc.org

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