False and Highly Questionable Allegations of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy





presented by Dr Helen Hayward-Brown.

Based in Australia I completed my doctoral research in the social sciences (interdisciplinary: sociology, anthropology, psychology) on the subject of false accusations of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSBP). Accusations of MSBP have increased in the last ten years and many mothers are being falsely accused. Many of these accusations may occur after mothers make complaints about treatment, when children suffer side-effects from drugs, or when ex-husbands are accused of sexually abusing their children. Common patterns in these cases are fabrication of evidence against mothers, the tampering of files, inaccurate files or mixing of files with other children, and bad faith allegations following parental complaints.
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