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Promotion of the Rights of Patients in Europe

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ISBN13: 9789041101006
ISBN: 9041101004
Published: November 1995
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Paperback
Price: £86.00

This volume contains authoritative briefings from members of the drafting group and from leading representatives of various physician, patient and citizens' groups, as well as from the Council of Europe. Patients' rights are placed in the context and perspective of other significant emergent trends and issues: patient education and health education; provider-patient relationships; and social rights and citizen views on health-care reforms. The various strategic options for furthering the implementation of patients' rights are formulated, the emphasis being on options which could be selected and adapted to fit the respective contexts of different countries, underlining the different roles of different organizations, including international ones.

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Part I: Setting the Agenda.
1. Patients' rights: our common concern; H. d'Ancona.
2. The rights of patients in Europe: progress and prospects; J.E. Asvall. Part II: Results of the Consultation.
3. The rights of patients. Report on a WHO Consultation. Amsterdam, 28--30 March 1994.
4. A Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe. Part III: Background to the Principles of the Rights of Patients in Europe.
5. The study and the principles of patients' rights in Europe; H.J.J. Leenen.
6. The issues:- Information and consent; H.D.C. Roscam Abbing. Confidentiality and privacy; P. Kokkonen. Care and treatment; A. Prins. Part IV: Understanding the Challenges.
7. The context of patients' rights within the health care system; J.A. Bury.
8. Patient and doctor autonomy; H.J.J. Leenen.
9. Health professionals and the rights of patients; M. Bonnel.
10. Citiziens' view on health care systems; M. Calnan.
11. Patient education and health education; A. Deccache. Part V: The Netherlands Experience.
12. Patients' rights in the Netherlands; A. Fons Dekkers.
13. Involvement of the Royal Dutch Medical Association; J. Lanphen. Part VI: Where do We Go from Here? 14. Working groups' conclusions and recommendations; A. Fons Dekkers.
15. Strategy for the promotion of the rights of patients; H. Scicluna.
16. Chariman's closing address; W.H. Cense.
17. Future developments; C. Sakellarides.