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Health Care Law: Text and Materials 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780421710108
ISBN: 0421710101
Previous Edition ISBN: 042151180X
Published: December 2006
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £37.95



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Health Care Law: Text and Materials is designed as a core text suitable for a wide range of health care and medical law courses. Utilising the popular text and material approach, this title provides an accessible and stimulating collection of cases, statutes, reports and reform proposals, together with a comprehensive accompanying text that reflects the complexity of health care issues.

The book examines in detail the major legal, professional and technological developments in the area, including the implications of the Human Rights Act 1998, the changing structure of the NHS, the draft Mental Health and Mental Incapacity Bills, the regulation of human material in the aftermath of Alder Hey and the Human Tissue Bill 2003 and treatment decisions at the end of life from Diane Pretty to Ms B.

Subjects:
Medical Law and Bioethics
Contents:
Rights and health care.
Health care ethics.
Capacity.
Consent.
Children.
Mental Health.
Clinical research.
Privacy, Confidentiality and Data Protection.
Clinical Malpractice.
Professional Regulation,
Modern Reproductive Technologies,
Abortion,
Management of pregnancy and childbirth.
End of life.
Regulating the Use of Human Material.