Religion & Culture in the Court of Protection - Key Issues in 30 Minutes

Religion & Culture in the Court of Protection - Key Issues in 30 Minutes

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Intermediate: Requires some prior subject knowledge
0.5 hours
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The role of religion and cultural practice is frequently in issue in the Court of Protection, both in the day-to-day management of P’s life and, most significantly, in the way he or she may confront ill health and death.

This short webinar will explore how the Court of Protection is approaching issues of religion and culture as part of its determination of P’s best interests.

It is suitable for lawyers who act in the Court of Protection, as well as health and social care professionals.

What You Will Learn

This webinar will cover the following:

  • The significance of P’s cultural and/or religious background
  • Religious belief and mental capacity
  • The role of religion in the Court of Protection’s best interests decision-making
  • The relevance of P’s family’s cultural and/or religious practices and the attitude the Court is likely to adopt
  • Best practice for practitioners managing these issues before the Court of Protection

This webinar was recorded on 22nd April 2024

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