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Thursday 26th April 2007

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Public Bill Committee


Mental Health Bill [Lords]


Tim Loughton
Sandra Gidley
Angela Browning
Dr John Pugh
Mr Tim Boswell
Mr Charles Walker

    James Duddridge Andrew Rosindell

62

Clause 24, page 14, leave out lines 32 to 37 and insert —

    142D Registered Medical Practitioner

      Where a clinician undertakes an assessment of a minor’s needs in accordance with section 142B he shall consider whether the registered medical practitioner responsible for the minor’s care and treatment in hospital should have special experience in the diagnosis or treatment of mental disorder in persons under the age of 18.’.

Minors

Tim Loughton
Sandra Gidley
Angela Browning
Dr John Pugh
Mr Tim Boswell
Mr Charles Walker

    James Duddridge Andrew Rosindell

NC23

    To move the following Clause:—

      ‘(1) After section 38 of the 1983 Act insert—

    38A Hospital and guardianship orders (minors)

      In the case of an offender who has not attained the age of 18 years the court shall not make an order under sections 35 (remand to hospital for report), 36 (remand to hospital for treatment), 37 (hospital and guardianship orders) or 38 (interim hospital orders) unless satisfied that the services and accommodation to be provided are sufficient for the particular needs of that offender.”’.

Tim Loughton
Sandra Gidley
Angela Browning
Dr John Pugh
Mr Tim Boswell
Mr Charles Walker

    James Duddridge Andrew Rosindell

63

Clause 32, page 20, line 14, after second ‘patient’, insert ‘aged 16 or over’.

Tim Loughton
Sandra Gidley
Angela Browning
Dr John Pugh
Mr Tim Boswell
Mr Charles Walker

    James Duddridge Andrew Rosindell

64

Clause 32, page 20, line 35, at end insert—

        ‘(d) the following persons have been consulted about the making of a community treatment order—

          (i) the patient;

          (ii) any person with parental responsibility;

          (iii) any person who the responsible clinician believes will play a substantial part in the care of the patient after he leaves hospital but will not be professionally concerned with the after-care services to be provided to him; and

          (iv) the nearest relative of the patient

        and the responsible clinician has taken into account any views expressed by the persons consulted,

        (e) in this section “parental responsibility” has the same meaning as in the Children Act 1989 (c. 41).’.

Tim Loughton
Sandra Gidley
Angela Browning
Dr John Pugh
Mr Tim Boswell
Mr Charles Walker

    James Duddridge Andrew Rosindell

65

Clause 35, page 31, line 25, at end insert—

      ‘(6) The fifth condition is that the treatment does not conflict with a decision made by a person with parental responsibility for the patient.

      (7) In this section “parental responsibility” has the same meaning as in the Children Act 1989 (c. 41).’.

Mrs Madeline Moon

66

Clause 10, page 5, line 16, at end insert—

        ‘(i) the rights of victims’.

Ms Rosie Winterton

67

Clause 14, page 9, line 14, leave out ‘at the end insert “nor the responsible clinician”’ and insert ‘after “medical treatment” insert “(neither of whom shall be the responsible clinician (if there is one) or the person in charge of the treatment)”’.

Ms Rosie Winterton

68

Clause 14, page 9, line 22, leave out ‘at the end insert “nor the responsible clinician”’ and insert ‘after “medical treatment” insert “(neither of whom shall be the responsible clinician or the approved clinician in charge of the treatment)”’.

Ms Rosie Winterton

69

Clause 30, page 19, line 4, after ‘treatment’, insert ‘(neither of whom shall be the responsible clinician or the approved clinician in charge of the treatment)’.

Ms Rosie Winterton

70

Clause 30, page 19, line 5, leave out ‘nor the responsible clinician’.


 
 
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