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Case Study Review Zachary Robertson BSHS/335 June 28, 2015 Jennifer McNaught Case Study Review
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I chose case study 14. Tavion was brought to the Methodist Hospital by his father for a broken arm. Tavion’s father was reluctant to leave his side. When asked what happened to his son the father replied that he had fallen from the jungle gym at the playground. When the nurses took Tavion to do his x-rays they did not allow his father to come. They then questioned the boy about his injury and his response matched his fathers. However the boys’ injuries were clean and the story seemed false. When asked if he was scared of getting hurt at home his answer was no. Before leaving the hospital, Tavion’s father requested that the medical records are released to no one, unless he was contacted. The following weekend, Tavion’s mother, who is divorced, requested a copy of the hospital records because she suspected abuse.
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  • Summer '14
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