Pauline Daniels

Queen's University Belfast, Béal Feirste, N Ireland, United Kingdom

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Publications (2)0 Total impact

  • Pauline Daniels, Patricia Campbell, Alison Clinton
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    ABSTRACT: This paper reviews current abortion law and practice in Northern Ireland (NI). It explores the origins of NI's abortion law and its complexity in relation to current practice. It reviews issues relating to women seeking terminations in NI and Great Britain and reviews attempts by the Family Planning Association in NI to require the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety NI to clarify the current legal basis for termination of pregnancy and to provide guidance for health professionals engaged in this practice. The paper also discusses some of the issues surrounding abortion in NI and seeks to explain why this subject is causing controversy and debate, especially following a judicial review in February and Marie Stopes opening a termination service in Belfast.
    British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing) 03/2013; 22(6):326-8.
  • Pauline Daniels, Orla McAlinden
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    ABSTRACT: This article outlines the changes to the definition of sexual offences in Northern Ireland following the implementation of the Sexual Offences Northern Ireland Order 2008 in 2009, and its implications for nurses working with sexually active children in a range of clinical settings. The paper outlines the key changes for practice and addresses the needs of children in three different age groups with emphasis on children aged 13-15 years, and reviews mandatory reporting, the difference between the rights of children to consent and confidentiality, developmental sexual experimentation and sexual health protection. It reviews related policy and guidance and makes clear the differences between sexual abuse and exploitation, and experimentation. It seeks to advise the Safeguarding Committee of the Department of Health Northern Ireland on how best to support nurses working with sexually active children and when this activity should be discussed with line managers and safeguarding specialists or referred to the safeguarding authorities.
    British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing) 03/2012; 21(5):282-5.

Institutions

  • 2012–2013
    • Queen's University Belfast
      • School of Nursing and Midwifery
      Béal Feirste, N Ireland, United Kingdom