Judgment giving reasons for decision to allow the applicant Trust to sedate T for three days to carry out an urgent invasive medical procedure.
Application by an NHS Trust to treat Mr Y's fractured and dislocated shoulder. The application was granted.
Application by the NHS Trust for declarations that GH lacked capacity to make decisions about treatment for breast cancer. The declarations were made.
Application by EE's parents seeking i) an injunction under the inherent jurisdiction preventing EE from undergoing any form of gender affirming medical treatment and ii) to instruct an expert psychologist and an expert psychiatrist in those proceedings.
Hearing to determine what treatment plan should be put in place to feed and hydrate the P.
Proceedings concerning the P and whether a termination of her pregnancy was in her best interests.
Application by the NHS Trust seeking a declaration that it is lawful for the P, who has been left with significant brain damage after a large left-parietal intracranial haemorrhage, to receive palliative care only. The application was allowed.
Judgment concerning whether the P had capacity to make decisions about engagement in sexual relations.
Application by the NHS Trust that an autistic man with a phobia of hospitals should not undergo haemodialysis, which would have to be done under heavy sedation. The application was refused.
Best interests decision concerning VA, a 78 year old woman, who had suffered severe brain injury following a series of cardiac arrests.
Case summaries on every Court of Protection case & other relevant decisions with links to the full judgment where available.
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