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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Legal Aspects of Physiotherapy 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781405176156
Previous Edition ISBN: 0632051086
Published: May 2009
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £95.95

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In a revised and expanded version of this popular title, Bridgit Dimond provides an essential reference for physiotherapists, covering both conventional and specialist legal situations in reader-friendly terms. Legal Aspects of Physiotherapy contains brand new clinical case studies that guide the reader informatively through a cornucopia of legal issues that may arise in the practice of physiotherapy. Reading this book, practitioners will develop the knowledge and awareness to deal confidently with the implications of legal scenarios, arming them with the knowledge to protect both clients and themselves.

This latest edition contains important information on each of the many and extensive changes in practice law, the NHS and professional regulation to have occurred in the last decade. Topics covered include the rights of clients, employment issues across state and private practice, professional accountability and specialist client groups.

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Medical Law
Foreword by Phil Gray
1. Introduction
2. The Legal System Section A: Professional Issues
3. Registration and the Role of the Statutory Bodies
4. Professional Conduct Proceedings
5. Education and the Physiotherapist
Section B: Client-Centred Care
6. Rights of Clients
7. Consent and Information Giving
8. Confidentiality
9. Access to Records and Information
Section C: Accountability in the Civil and Criminal Courts
10. Negligence
11. Health and Safety
12. Record Keeping
13. Giving Evidence in Court
14. Handling Complaints
15. Equipment and Medicinal Products
16. Transport Issues Section D: Management Areas
17. Employment and the Statutory Organisation of the NHS
18. Community Care
19. The Physiotherapist as a Private Practitioner
Section E: Specialist Client Groups
20. Care of Those with Physical Disabilities, Sports and Road Traffic Injuries and Neurological Disorders
21. Care of the Mentally Ill
22. Care of Those with Learning Disabilities
23. Care of Babies, Children and Young Persons
24. Care of the Older Person
25. Death and the Dying
Section F: Specialist Topics
26. Teaching and Research
27. Complementary Medicine Conclusion
28. The Future
Appendix 1: Schedule 1 to Human Rights Act 1998
Appendix 2: Draft NHS Constitution
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Further Reading.
Useful Websites.