An introduction to the study of bioethics and the application of legal and ethical reasoning. Take this course free on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/bioethics-law-medicine-ethics-harvardx-hls4x#! ABOUT THIS COURSE Bioethics provides an overview of the legal, medical, and ethical questions around reproduction and human genetics and how to apply legal reasoning to these questions. This law course includes interviews with individuals who have used surrogacy and sperm donation, with medical professionals who are experts in current reproductive technologies like In Vitro Fertilization and Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, and bioethicists and journalists who study the ownership and use of genetic information within human tissue. Additional Harvard colleagues will also share with you their thoughts on topics such as disability law as it relates to reproductive technology. While the law and ethics surrounding these technologies are a central component to this course, we also show you examples of the deeply personal and human side of these issues. Throughout the course, and with the help of law students, we will discuss leading legal cases in this field, which will illuminate the types of questions the law has struggled with – stretching and evolving over time. From the famous Baby M surrogacy case, to cases on the paternity of sperm donors, to a case related to the ownership of human tissue turned into a commercial product, and others. We will show you the ethical, legal, and rhetorical underpinnings, which have served as the basis for various court decisions over the past 20 or 30 years. We will also explore potential future technologies and their implications for society: genetic enhancements to increase our intelligence, let us live a hundred years longer, or make us immune to diseases – and the possibility of creating animal-human hybrids, for example a mouse with a humanized brain. The content within this course is intended to be instructive, and show how legal reasoning has been applied, or could be applied, to questions related to parenthood, reproduction, and other issues surrounding human genetic material. The material organized within this course should be considered an authoritative overview, but is not intended to serve as medical or legal advice. This course is designed for a diverse audience including, but not limited to, law students, prospective law students, medical professionals, as well as members of the general public interested in questions and topics related to surrogacy, parenthood, genetic and reproductive technology, ownership of genetic material, and more. You do not need any background in law, medicine, philosophy, or really any subject to enjoy this course. This course is meant to be an introduction for anyone interested in these topics. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN - How the reproductive technology industry works, and issues raised related to buying and selling human reproductive materials - The law and ethics of surrogacy - Civil lawsuits when things go wrong with reproductive technology: wrongful birth and wrongful life lawsuits - The law and ethics of sperm donation and the legal status of sperm donors - Ethical and legal issues raised by human enhancement - The law and ethics of mixing human and animal genetic material - The ownership of human tissue and its underlying genetic information
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Should you go to law school? The average debt of a 2012 law-school graduate who took out at least one loan was $84,600 for public school and $122,158 for private school. To determine whether law school is a good investment for you, figure out where you'll end up after graduation. The data offers a clear picture based on which school you attend, and how you rank among your peers. -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI Video On Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1bkB8qg Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team focuses on technology, strategy and science with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders – the digital generation.
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Students from Brunel University London took part in finals of the Law School mooting competition at the UK Supreme Court, for a second time in the last three years. Gabrielle Laurin and Natalie Canning (appellants), and Laura Clausen and Amirah Choudhury (respondents) - all level I students at Brunel Law School - argued their cases exceptionally well before a demanding panel of judges comprising of HH Judge Jeremy Roberts (Master of the Bench, Inner Temple), who sat at the Old Bailey between 2000 and 2010, and is currently sitting on Hounslow Parole Board, Mr Stephen Barlet-Jones (Barrister, 1 Pump Court), Mr Michael Barnett (Litigation Division Managing Partner, Addleshaw Goddard), Sam Parham (Barrister, Garden Court Chambers) and Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos (Associate Dean and Senior Lecturer in Law, CBASS).
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Lisa Boden, LLM in Medical Law and Ethics Graduate, talks about her experiences of studying for an LLM degree by online distance learning at Edinburgh Law School, the University of Edinburgh.
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Purchase DVD Here: http://ph-ilo.com/YcEggj In conversation with Dr Charles Foster, explorer, writer, theologian, theologian and lecturer in medical law and ethics at Oxford University. Charles always wondered, 'what are we doing on this planet?' Follow J.John on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/canonjjohn For more details on J.John and the Philo Trust visit
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Author Barry Cunliffe gives an introduction to the Druids, a religious caste and intellectuals of Iron Age society. Barry Cunliffe discusses the evidence relating to the Druids and their roles within society as intermediaries between Man and the Gods. They also held power in society as teachers and arbiters in disputes, everything from court cases to the declaration of war. http://oxford.ly/1bQo0NC
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Privacy has many meanings and has become an extremely controversial issue, especially in light of the Levenson enquiry. Raymond Wacks seeks to explain what 'privacy' is and what it means to different people and different political systems. http://oxford.ly/1cg509T
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Información valiosa y básica a tener en cuenta para médicos sobre temas de responsabilidad civil médica www.medicolegal.com.ar
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Medical Liability and Negligence Law in the United Arab of Emirates explained and simplified in a nutshell. An animation video about the United Arab of Emirates "UAE" federal Medical liability law number 10 for 2008, the video gives a quick overview about the concept of medical negligence , the limit of the physician responsibility and liability toward the patient, whether by negligence or ignorance, the harm or damage caused to the patient by the doctor mistake , in addition to the doctor duties and what constitute a breach of duty and what is not, the video also summarize the doctor restrictions and prohibitions like abortion, surgery, medicines and others. finally the video highlight the supreme committee of medical liability and the doctor criminal and civil charges يتناول الفيديو بشكل مبسط القانون الاتحادي لدولة الامارات العربية المتحدة رقم 10 لسنة 2008 الخاص بالمسؤولية الطبية و الذي ينظم مدى مسؤولية الطبيب او المستشفى من الناحية القانونية عن الأخطاء او الخطأ الطبي اثناء العلاج و الذي يسبب ضرر للمريض و ما هي حدود مسؤولية الطبيب عن الاهمال الطبي و واجبات الطبيب و المحظورات التي عليه تجنبها مثل الاجهاض و المساعدة في انهاء حياة المريض و استنساخ البشر و غيرها من المحظورات كما يتتطرق الفيديو الى العقوبات التي تواجه الطبيب المهمل و اللجنة المختصة بالتحقيق مع الطبيب
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Oct. 12, 2011 Medical Malpractice Litigation: The Medical and Legal Perspectives Elena and Miles Zaremski Law-Medicine Forum presented by the Law-Medicine Center Case Western Reserve University School of Law Speakers: George M. Moscarino Founding Partner Moscarino & Treu LLP Howard Nearman, M.D. University Hospitals Case Medical Center
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Be a part of Engineered Truth Mastermind (no. 1) | Jul 25th - 29th 2018 http://engineeredtruth.com/mastermind (Only 10 spots available) I interview Alex, who graduated from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey with a MD in Psychiatry. He is finishing up his residency in Miami. He runs the famous blog: http://www.medicalschoolsuccess.com/ The #1 internship marketplace exclusively for college students and new grads ➡ http://www.wayup.com/refer/engineeredtruth ⬅
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Join 2L Colton Cray as he guides you through a personalized tour for admitted students. Walk through our library, classrooms and student lounge area. Attend a mock evidence class taught by Prof. Tom Lyon and hear Gould students and alumni talk about their experiences here. Come see us in person! Schedule a USC Gould tour: http://gould.usc.edu/about/visit/
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Gerard Porter (Programme Director) talks to Erin Jackson about the LLM in Medical Law and Ethics by online distance learning at Edinburgh Law School.
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Paul Klenerman, author of The Immune System: A Very Short Introduction, gives his top 10 things you should know about The Immune System. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-immune-system-a-very-short-introduction-9780198753902 Paul Klenerman, Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford. Paul Klenerman is Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Research Fellow and Professor of Immunology at the University of Oxford. He is also Immune Theme Lead at the Oxford Biomedical Research Centre. He authored the chapter on Adaptive Immunity, and co-authored that on the Hepatitis C Virus in the Oxford Textbook of Medicine. © Oxford University Press
Note: This is not legal advice. The person(s) presenting are not attorneys and you cannot rely on this information as being accurate or true. If you are seeking legal advice, please consult an attorney. Medical & Legal for the EMT Lecture. Under Preparatory Topics for the EMT - EMS 251: Lesson 3 Medical/Legal. CECBEMS Accredited Online CE and EMT Refreshers available at http://www.emsuniversity.com.
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BOOK REVIEW BEGINNING MEDICAL LAW Companion website By Claudia Carr Routledge Taylor & Francis Group ISBN: 978 1 13801 302 5 And an ebook www.routledge.com AN EXCELLENT FIRST STEP TO UNDERSTAND WHAT MEDICAL LAW AND ETHICS ARE ALL ABOUT An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers As Claudia Carr explains in her excellent text book on the subject of Medical Law, “medical law and ethics is a relatively new area of law that is growing in complexity by the day”, so she presents this basic primer in easily understandable terms dealing with both contemporary and current controversial issues. As with all the Routledge text books, this particular title is probably the best on the market as an introduction to the way in which “Medical Law” operates in England and Wales for those new to this developing subject. Carr adopts a clear and simple approach with legal vocabulary which is carefully clarified throughout the book. One of the main reasons why we consider the Routledge series of legal textbooks to be of outstanding value both in terms of cost and in content is the way in which their authors (all legal experts) explain substantive legal issues in such a readable fashion. For both tutors and students, a decision on which textbook or revision book to use is always difficult but it is clear to us from the feedback we have received from students that the Routledge texts lead the legal field. Many of their titles also have excellent links to websites sometimes marked as ‘companion websites’ which also add much assistance to the hard-pressed learner and is a great additional tool for all. We would also say that the formats used by Routledge for their books are very much of a mainstream formula for legal texts which eases the student into methods of legal reasoning for those just beginning their legal studies and for all undergraduates: they certainly helped us with our preparation so do ensure you look very carefully at all the titles they have on offer! Carr uses diagrams, tables and what she calls ‘on-the-spot questions’ to make the subject come alive. For us, the companion website is an innovation! Therefore, do look at the features at the beginning of the book which will assist with your learning and engagement with the subject matter. The key definitions and the many key cases together with the learning objectives in each of the 13 chapters are of particular help to those new to the subject and the title remains an ideal first introduction to Medical Law for undergraduates and anyone interested in this growing area of substantive law for 21st century. The law is stated as at 1st August 2014.
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Medical malpractice attorney Robert David joins the Louisiana law talk show "John Redmann: Power of Attorney," to help John Redmann and Shauna Sanford go over the need-to-know basics of medical malpractice or medical negligence. Watch whole episodes and get more helpful law info at JRPOA.com.
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The Hamlyn Lectures 2014 - Professor Paul Craig, Faculty of Law and St John's College, University of Oxford
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A presentation on ‘Medical Ethics’ that systematically goes through the following: • Definition • Historical Background • The 4 Basic Principles (‘Pillars’) of Medical Ethics • Contemporary issues in Medical Ethics • Landmark Judgements • Examples of Medical Ethical dilemmas • The Attributes of an Ethical Doctor The presentation finishes with a set of 5 self-assessment MCQs. This video has been prepared by: Dr. S. Rajagopal MBBS, DPM (Ireland), MRCPsych (UK), CCST (UK) Consultant Psychiatrist Chennai, Tamil Nadu, INDIA DISCLAIMER This video is provided for educational / informational purposes only. This is not a substitute for professional medical consultation. Medical Ethics is a constantly evolving field. I cannot give any guarantee that the information in this video is accurate or up to date. I assume no responsibility for any omissions or errors.
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Entertainment law and the industry secrets that people in the movie business need to know to save themselves from exploitation by studios and all the other show biz figures dying to take your money is revealed in this interview with attorney Elsa Ramo. Managers, agents, talent, and how to protect yourself with regards to idea theft and copyright, plus public domain and acquiring life rights are all discussed. We get to the truth about who’s making money in Hollywood, and how to make sure you keep it in this Insiders interview, hosted by Sebastian Twardosz. GUEST BIO: Elsa Ramo is an established entertainment attorney, representing producers, financiers, and production entities in film, television, and digital content. She graduated from University of San Diego School of Law in 2002, and began her career by establishing the Los Angeles office for Davis Dixon Kirby LLP (a royalty litigation firm). After several clients approached her to handle their independent productions, she founded her own firm on the Universal Studios backlot in 2005. Ramo Law PC is now located in Beverly Hills. ADD’L LINKS: http://www.ramolawpc.com/ http://thelip.tv http://thelip.tv/show/the-insiders/ More Full Episodes of The Insiders: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjKnEG4_Tm8&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGfdpMud9LKPglOOF-Xmq_gm&index=1 The Insiders Short Clips Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkvPyyYyYwo&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGe9WCjQi0OOm8XgE6g0mlDf&index=1 The Lip News playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djmVkyxXi2o&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcjJDo6cQBCQprDMQyUQY3r&index=1 CRIME TIME clips playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqDhIcC0hDk&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeC9DbpSnIvd2i9BHh2dBvv&index=1 BYOD (Bring Your Own Doc) Highlight Videos- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnoJzSc2f2I&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeu2DCf6Ouo7hTsA5QB2MAL&index=1 MEDIA MAYHEM short videos playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmyFC3Rrzck&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcz4un-zws5sMlCLk3NNjDP https://www.facebook.com/thelip.tv http://www.youtube.com/theliptv EPISODE BREAKDOWN 00:10 Welcome to The Insiders. 00:15 Introducing Elsa Ramo, entertainment law attorney. 00:40 The difference between an entertainment attorney and an agent or manager. 02:25 When should someone pay an hourly rate vs have an attorney on retainer? 04:20 What Ramo means by dating lawyers. 10:15 What you can and cannot copyright. 11:30 How to protect yourself from idea theft. 12:50 How to get a copyright and problems involved with ownership. 22:00 What falls under public domain. 22:40 Advice on optioning books and articles. 27:15 Acquiring life rights. 30:40 Rights to using logos in media. 33:30 The actual profit margin in Hollywood. 38:30 How Elsa Ramo got into entertainment law and the clients she represents now. 40:50 Thank you and goodbye
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Professor Lord Robert Winston delivers an Enlightenment Lecture entitled "Medicine, Ethics and Society". This lecture also forms part of this year's Our Changing World series. www.ed.ac.uk/news/2013/enlightenment-131013 Recorded on Monday 21 October at the University of Edinburgh's McEwan Hall.
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BOOK REVIEW PRINCIPLES OF MEDICAL LAW 3rd Edition Editors: Andrew Grubb. Judith Laing, Jean McHale Consultant Editor: Professor Sir Ian Kennedy Oxford University Press ISBN: 978-0-19-954440-0 www.oup.com MEDICAL LAW: A CHANGING LANDSCAPE AT A CONTROVERSIAL TIME An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Since the last edition of 'Principles of Medical Law' was published six years ago, any number of changes in the healthcare landscape have emerged and with them, changes in the law, notably in reforming legislation, such as the Mental Health Act which reached the statute books in 2007. Also, much has been accomplished, for example, in the fields of assisted reproduction, and the use and regulation of human material such as human organs and tissue. Legal issues arising from healthcare as a profession, the structure of the NHS and the evolving regulatory environments which impact on it are also dealt with as the controversies rage. The book is the result of team efforts by at least 20 expert contributors. As the editors acknowledge, 'the depth of expertise that this volume has demonstrated in the past has been retained, whilst the changes that [have been] introduced reflect the evolving nature of this dynamic discipline'. In over 1,200 pages with 22 chapters and two short appendices, usefully and punctiliously annotated and footnoted where appropriate, this heavy volume is logically organized into seven parts, covering areas such as: The Organization of Health Care ... Regulating Health Care Professions... Duties of Contract and Tort and Breach of Duty... Consent to Treatment...Test for Capacity... Mental Health law... Clinical Research... Medically Assisted reproduction... the Regulation of Medicinal Products... and Medical Devices Patenting and the Human Body -- and more besides. Of great interest is Part Seven of the book which deals with the many fraught and vexed legal issues surrounding the ending of life, as well as the finality of death itself and how we might review this area of law in the future. It's an authoritative, detailed and scholarly work of reference which should be considered an essential purchase for any practitioner involved in any aspect of the law pertaining to healthcare. As one would expect of a work of this stature and erudition, there are over a hundred pages of tables of cases, legislation, statutory instruments and treaties and conventions, as well as a table of European Law and a table of Legislation from other jurisdictions. A useful and lengthy index facilitates further research for a work which is aimed at such a wide readership. The law is stated as at May 2010, plus further relevant changes added at proof stage to assist in what is such a changing landscape at such a difficult time.
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“Law and Justice" is a free online course on Janux that is open to anyone. Learn more at http://janux.ou.edu. Created by the University of Oklahoma, Janux is an interactive learning community that gives learners direct connections to courses, education resources, faculty, and each other. Janux courses are freely available or may be taken for college credit by enrolled OU students. Dr. Kyle Harper is Associate Professor of Classics and Letters, Video by NextThought (http://nextthought.com). Copyright © 2000-2014 The Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma, All Rights Reserved.
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BOOK REVIEW PRIVACY: A Very Short Introduction By Raymond Wacks ISBN: 978-0-19-955653-3 Oxford University Press www.oup.co.uk ARE YOU BEING WATCHED? An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Raymond Wacks has created an in-depth exploration, in only 150 pages, of the increasingly complex and controversial subject of privacy. This new addition to the excellent Very Short Introduction series from OUP of pocket-sized books on academic subjects is most welcome- short enough that is, for beleaguered commuters to read on the train, or, say, harassed lawyers to read in the courtroom corridor with 6 chapters, an annex and detailed biographical references. This book is one of over 200 small-format books in this admirable series which covers everything from African history to Wittgenstein and world trade. Written by experts, theyre intended as a stimulating and accessible way into a new subject and very accessible they are, Professor Wackss Privacy being a prime example. As he states in the Preface, Wackss association with privacy and data protection has been from a legal perspective; the law, in his words, being an indispensable instrument in the protection of privacy. The subject however encompasses other dimensions -- social, cultural political and psychological. The authors stated aim is to consider these—and several other -- forces that shape our understanding of this challenging concept. Speaking of law and lawyers, there is, to our knowledge, no more erudite and persuasive an advocate for protecting privacy than Raymond Wacks. If you ever find yourself in a debate on privacy versus free speech, this is the succinct yet thoroughly researched source of some very effective arguments in favour of privacy. These arguments are all the more convincing in the light of recent technological developments, which worryingly, can be misused, including electronic surveillance, biometrics, CCTV, ID cards, (ID cards? Hate em!) ubiquitous RFID codes on various plastic-y cards, increasingly sophisticated developments in DNA -- and the entire Internet -- and so on and this list is by no means exhaustive. Against all this, the tension between privacy and free speech escalates. The danger with any surfeit of privacy legislation is that, like any new development, it can get out of hand. What Dr Johnson might have termed yelps for privacy often come from individuals, or institutions ranting about transparency then ranting in favour of privacy to cover up things theyd rather you didnt know about. The view is that we all should have the right to privacy within reason, but when privacy triumphs over freedom of speech, miscreants everywhere get the freedom to do what they want without fear of the pesky press snooping around and finding out. Those with dictatorial tendencies Stalin, Mao, Richard Nixon loved their privacy with a passion. But then again, we ordinary folk treasure privacy too, although not necessarily at the expense of other freedoms. So what to do? The ideal answer, suggests Wacks, is explicit, carefully drafted legislation that creates civil and criminal sanctions for seriously offensive, intentional and reckless intrusion into an individuals solitude or seclusion and the unauthorized publication of personal information. This sounds sensible, even though you might timidly ask, unauthorized by whom? In all, however, Wacks has made a valuable, reasoned and authoritative contribution to the ongoing debate that continues to rage around this thorny subject- the question remains: are you being watched when you read this very short introduction? ISBN: 978-0-19-955653-3
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Elizabeth Fisher, author of Environmental Law: A Very Short Introduction, gives her top 10 things you should know about Environmental Law. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/environmental-law-a-very-short-introduction-9780198794189 Professor Elizabeth Fisher is Professor of Environmental Law in the Faculty of Law and at Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford. She has won awards for both her teaching and her scholarship, and is General Editor of the Journal of Environmental Law. © Oxford University Press
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BOOK REVIEW PRINCIPLES OF MEDICAL LAW Fourth Edition Edited by Judith Laing and Jean McHale Consultant Editors: Sir Ian Kennedy and Andrew Grubb ISBN: 978 0 19873 251 8 Oxford University Press www.oup.com DEFINITIVE HELP WITH A VERY COMPLICATED SUBJECT: ‘THE PRINCIPLES OF MEDICAL LAW’ OUT NOW IN A NEW FOURTH EDITION FOR 2017 An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Medical Law: now there’s a complicated subject for you to get your head round, especially if you are a practitioner who specializes -- or intends to specialise -- in what has become a rapidly expanding area of law. Fortunately for you, the Oxford University Press has brought out a new and completely updated edition of ‘Principles of Medical Law.’ Long regarded as the definitive work in this area, this new edition, the fourth in fact, has been completely updated to encompass the new developments that have transpired since the previous edition appeared in 2010. Writing in the foreword, Ian Kennedy and Andrew Grubb recall the day when medical law was a ‘relative newcomer’, in legal specialities. In their words, it ‘barely existed, such that you were free to make it up as you went along!’ It’s something of a sobering thought that that day has long gone. Nevertheless, they add, ‘this work always had in its genesis, an ambition to serve academics, practitioners and judges alike’ and, with its depth of scholarship and coverage, has since maintained ‘a claim to have fulfilled that ambition with style.’ As medical law is dependent on specialist practitioners, the emergence of a new edition of this classic text is fortuitous; especially so when the NHS is coping with an ageing population -- and when even the man in the street can tell you that the government has set aside billions in funding for medical litigation. Private medical practitioners are of course privately insured. Developments such as these broadly coincide with what the editors refer to as the ‘fundamental rights-based approach in the courtroom….’ as (to cite only one example), doctors are made aware of a duty to provide information to patients. Other areas of concern include end of life care and the determination of mental capacity. Given the complexity and enormous scope of the subject, the book itself is a collaborative work of a distinguished and expert writing team: two editors, two consultant editors and upwards of sixteen other contributors. Across almost 1,300 pages, seven parts and twenty-two articles, the book offers detailed analysis and commentary on a formidably broad range of other issues, from the organisation and regulation of health care, to actions arising from birth, to consent to treatment, to the regulation of medicinal products and medical devices – and of course, much more. Here is a field fraught with uncertainties and these too are dealt with in a measured, frank and analytical manner. Of additional and indeed vital assistance to the practitioner are the almost ninety pages of tables of: (as listed) cases, legislation… statutory instruments… treaties and conventions… European law… and legislation from other jurisdictions. It’s helpful, too, that a text this size is easy to navigate, with numbered paragraphs, a detailed index and table of contents and extensive footnoting. Given the pace of attitudinal and policy changes in this field, this book provides invaluable assistance to the practitioner charged with providing authoritative and carefully considered advice to clients -- and therefore a welcome addition to the well-stocked and up-to-date practitioner library. The publication date is cited as at 2017.
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Prof. Sandy Sanbar, Chaiman of the American Board of Legal Medicine, a Doctor and an attorney speaks about The field of legal medicine and its correlation with medical ethics, training of Medical students in the USA in the fields of Health law, legal medicine and medicl ethics and various ethical and legal issues that emphasize the complexity of these fields. The Interview was conducted in Orlando, Florida, March 6th 2010, during the Annual meeting of the American College of Legal Medicine. Interviewer: Oren Asman, Adv. (World Association for Medical Law)
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Get the most out of the new digital app for Blackstone’s Civil Practice 2018 by watching our handy quick tips demonstration. Learn how to navigate content, use advanced search functions, create annotations, and more. Find out more about Blackstone’s Civil Practice at www.oup.com/blackstones/civil © Oxford University Press
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Dr Tracey Elliott introduces the Medical Law and Ethics course. Medical Law and Ethics Modules: • Module A: Basic concepts in medical law • Module B: Access to treatment and malpractice litigation • Module C: Legal and ethical issues in medical practice • Module D: Legal and ethical issues in reproduction Find out more about this course here: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/llm-postgraduate-laws-llm-postgraduate-diploma-postgraduate-certificate#structure Find out more about the course convenor Dr Tracey Elliott: http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/law/people/tracey-elliott
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