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Protecting the Patient-Physician Relationship in Florida

Protecting the Patient-Physician Relationship in Florida VIEWPOINT Protecting the Patient-Physician Relationship in Florida EDIATRICIANS PLAY A unloaded. Furthermore, the AAP Amendment rights. Yet, the bill was key role in injury and urges pediatricians to assess for child signed into law to be effective upon disease prevention by access to firearms and counsel fami- signing. providing anticipa- lies about risk of a firearm fatality. Immediatelyafter,theAAPandthe P tory guidance to mini- In Florida, House Bill 155, the Pri- FCAAP led a coalition of individual mize risk in a child’s everyday en- vacy of Firearm Owners bill (“gag physicians and the state chapters of vironment. It is the pediatrician’s law”), was filed on January 10, 2011. the Academy of Family Physicians duty to raise awareness of all health The original bill purported to make and the College of Physicians, which risks and guide caretakers to pre- it a third-degree felony crime with worked with the Brady Center to Pre- vent and mitigate these risks. Screen- penalties of up to $5 million in fines vent Gun Violence, as well as the law ing for child and adolescent access and 5 years of imprisonment for any firms Ropes & Gray, LLP, and Asti- to firearms is an essential compo- health http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Pediatrics American Medical Association

Protecting the Patient-Physician Relationship in Florida

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2013 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6203
eISSN
2168-6211
DOI
10.1001/jamapediatrics.2013.1461
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Abstract

VIEWPOINT Protecting the Patient-Physician Relationship in Florida EDIATRICIANS PLAY A unloaded. Furthermore, the AAP Amendment rights. Yet, the bill was key role in injury and urges pediatricians to assess for child signed into law to be effective upon disease prevention by access to firearms and counsel fami- signing. providing anticipa- lies about risk of a firearm fatality. Immediatelyafter,theAAPandthe P tory guidance to mini- In Florida, House Bill 155, the Pri- FCAAP led a coalition of individual mize risk in a child’s everyday en- vacy of Firearm Owners bill (“gag physicians and the state chapters of vironment. It is the pediatrician’s law”), was filed on January 10, 2011. the Academy of Family Physicians duty to raise awareness of all health The original bill purported to make and the College of Physicians, which risks and guide caretakers to pre- it a third-degree felony crime with worked with the Brady Center to Pre- vent and mitigate these risks. Screen- penalties of up to $5 million in fines vent Gun Violence, as well as the law ing for child and adolescent access and 5 years of imprisonment for any firms Ropes & Gray, LLP, and Asti- to firearms is an essential compo- health

Journal

JAMA PediatricsAmerican Medical Association

Published: Apr 1, 2013

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