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Medicine, Patients and the Law (Penguin Reference Books) (edition 2003)

by Margaret Brazier

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With the growing awareness among patients of their rights, the issue of medical ethics and its relationship with the law is much in debate. This book looks at the obligations, constraints and legal relationships involved in patient's rights, dealing with the complaints procedures and medical negligence actions, as well as discussing the issue of confidentiality. But the book also delves into matters of concern in relation to health care issues from birth to death.… (more)
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Title:Medicine, Patients and the Law (Penguin Reference Books)
Authors:Margaret Brazier
Info:Penguin Books Ltd (2003), Edition: 3rd, Paperback, 592 pages
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With the growing awareness among patients of their rights, the issue of medical ethics and its relationship with the law is much in debate. This book looks at the obligations, constraints and legal relationships involved in patient's rights, dealing with the complaints procedures and medical negligence actions, as well as discussing the issue of confidentiality. But the book also delves into matters of concern in relation to health care issues from birth to death.

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