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Principles of Medical Law: Main Volume and Third Cumulative Supplement

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ISBN13: 9780199242535
ISBN: 0199242534
Published: January 2001
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This text, written by practitioners and academics in the field, could be seen as an authoritative first point of reference for medical law practitioners. With references to primary sources and the secondary literature, this undertaking provides a comprehensive exposition of English medical law, from the organization of health care to the legal meaning of death. The book has been designed with the needs of the practitioner in mind while retaining a depth of analysis that should also find favour with an academic audience. The internal layout of the book has been specifically designed for ease of access, and will be kept up-to-date by way of annual cumulative supplements compiled by the general editors. The supplement brings the main work up-to-date to September 2000 and is included in the purchase price.

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Part I The health care system: Christopher Newdick, The Organization of Health Care; Diana Kloss, The Health Care Professions. Part II Consent to treatment: Andrew Grubb and Ian Kennedy, Consent to Treatment - The Competent Patient; James Munby, Consent to Treatment - Children and the Incompetent Patient. Part III Medical negligence: Andrew Grubb, Duties in Contract and Tort; Michael Jones, Breach of Duty; Ian Kennedy and Michael Jones, Causation and Defences; Andrew Grubb, Ian Kennedy and Michael Jones, Institutional Liability. Part IV Specific issues: Kristina Stern, Confidentiality and Medical Records; Michael Freeman, Medically Assisted Reproduction; Andrew Grubb, Abortion; Adrian Whitfield, Actions Arising from Birth; Ian Kennedy, Research and Experimentation; Harvey Teff, Products Liability; Bernard Dickens, Donation and Transplantation of Organs and Tissues; Alexander McCall Smith, Ending Life; Bernard Dickens, Death.