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Children's first question when they are taken to a doctor: Will you not be hurt? But most of the time he is mad. And unfortunately, often not only as much as you have to. Mostly, she has to endure alone, without her mother.Everyone knows the story of a kid in the lounge and a parent in the hallway, even though there was no valid explanation for expecting them. Fortunately, there are few doctors, teams, and health facilities today that take the special needs of children seriously. Where health workers are just as important to children's health as the results of examinations. Are there any rescuers who consider the parent a member of the team even in an emergency? Is there a pediatric surgeon that looks more like a jubilee kindergarten than a hospital? Yes, we are, in Hungary! We both live with poor Patch Adams, but we haven't known them yet.
September 20-21, 2013 Will You Be Fooled ?! - humane medicine in infant and pediatric conferences, where more than a dozen special, follow-up examples are on offer.
Experience has shown that Hungarian health is an important area in which to care for, treat and treat the rights and special needs of newborns, infants and children. The Health Law only deals with minors, but the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, ratified in 1991, imposes obligations on the implemented system.
Hungary has also acceded to the EACH-European Association for Children's Hospital Charter, which regulates the area in detail under the Convention. However, very few health institutions in the country adhere to these requirements indefinitely. Among these, the right to contact, the right to human dignity, the right to information, and the abstention from interventions play a key role. Ignoring the recommendations can have psychological consequences for both the child and the whole family.
Your pediatrician is a great treasure
The purpose of the event is to raise awareness among parents and health workers of these recommendations and to address child-friendly health care. It introduces the practice of institutions and teams operating in Hungary today based on these principles. It is intended that professionals working in the health, social and child protection fields, decision-makers and parents alike, be made aware of this approach and practice, and be convinced of the present. Conference attendance is free! Click here to register!