P-9.0001 - Act respecting the sharing of certain health information

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113. The person having parental authority over a minor child 14 years of age or over is not entitled to be informed of or to receive the health information concerning the child that is referred to in the first paragraph of section 112, unless the child has consented to it.
The person having parental authority over a minor child under the age of 14 is entitled to be informed of and to receive the health information concerning the child that is referred to in the first paragraph of section 112. However, the person’s right is denied in cases where a director of youth protection determines, on the basis of the information contained in the record he keeps on the child, that the release of any or all of that health information causes or could cause harm to the child’s health in any of the following situations:
(1)  the assessment of the child’s situation and living conditions under section 49 of the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1) is ongoing; or
(2)  the situation of the child is or has previously been taken in charge by a director of youth protection under section 51 of that Act.
This section applies despite the first paragraph of section 94 of the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information (chapter A-2.1).
2012, c. 23, s. 113; 2017, c. 182017, c. 18, s. 97.
113. The person having parental authority over a minor child 14 years of age or over is not entitled to be informed of or to receive the information concerning the child that is held in the health information banks in the clinical domains or in the electronic prescription management system for medication, unless the child has consented to it.
This section applies despite the first paragraph of section 94 of the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information (chapter A-2.1).
2012, c. 23, s. 113.