ABC v St George's Healthcare NHS Trust [2015] EWHC 1394 (QB)

Disclosure of patient's medical information The claimant's father had killed his wife, was detained under s37/41, and refused to allow the Trust to inform his pregnant daughter of his Huntingdon's disease diagnosis. She claimed that the failure to inform her: (a) was negligent and breached Article 8; and (b) had caused psychiatric damage, and (if her daughter also has the disease) additional expense which she would have avoided by an abortion. Her claim was struck out.

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Full judgment: BAILII

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  • Medical records cases🔍 Other related cases may appear be in other categories.

Date: 19/5/15🔍

Court: High Court (Queen's Bench Division)🔍

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  • ABC🔍
  • St George's Healthcare NHS Trust🔍
  • South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust🔍
  • Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust🔍

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Published: 23/5/15 21:52

Cached: 2021-09-27 07:48:48