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Legal Aspects of Physiotherapy 2nd ed isbn 9781405176156

Legal Aspects of Physiotherapy

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ISBN13: 9780632051083
ISBN: 0632051086
New Edition ISBN: 9781405176156
Published: June 1999
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Physiotherapists must work within the context of the law and this requires a sound understanding of the law relating to their practice. This practical text is written for those who have no legal knowledge and clearly sets out the principles of law that apply to the practical situation which they encounter on a daily basis.

The issue of accountability is a hugely contentious one, as is the moving and handling of patients and the question of the limit of professional practice versus complementary medicine.

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Medical Law
Introduction - the legal system.
Part 1 Professional issues: registration and the role of the statutory bodies; professional conduct proceedings; education.
Part 2 Client-centred care: rights of clients; consent and information giving; confidentiality; access to records.
Part 3 Accountability in the civil and criminal courts: negligence; health and safety; record keeping; giving evidence in court; handling complaints; equipment issues; transport issues.
Part 4 Management areas: employment and the statutory organization of the NHS; community care; private practice.
Part 5 Specialist client groups: care of those with physical disabilities; care of the mentally ill; care of those with learning disabilities; care of children; care of the elderly.
Part 6 Specialist areas: teaching and research; complementary medicine; conclusion - the future.