By Jason Payne-James, Ian Wall, Peter Dean
Medicolegal necessities in Healthcare offers a concise evaluate of the main clinically proper medicolegal matters for healthcare teams in England and Wales, and is a invaluable source for scientific, dental and nursing scholars in education in addition to being an invaluable fast reference for practitioners in those fields. each one bankruptcy is written by means of a number one professional at the topic, and as such presents updated, concise, and complete insurance, selecting key parts of controversy and allowing readers to place modern medicolegal concerns into their acceptable medical context. Key beneficial properties comprise: makes a speciality of problems with fast relevance to healthcare execs Chapters written via best specialists within the box a data of medicolegal matters is of accelerating significance to all healthcare pros, as society in general turns into extra litigious, and practitioners face the specter of felony claims opposed to them
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C. Judicial Review and Crown Office Practice, Richard Gordon, Sweet and Maxwell, 1999. 9 2 Human rights and healthcare professionals Michael Peel HUMAN RIGHTS The concept of human rights is that people have inherent rights simply because they are human. The ideas that developed during the Renaissance were that all men (but not generally at that stage, women or children) were equal. This was either for religious reasons, such as the Protestant view that as all men were created in God’s image they must be equal, or because it was a fundamental principle in their secular humanist philosophy.
Human rights appertain to the individual and put limits on what a state can do to that person. They are independent of the state, so even in a democratic state, there cannot be a vote to take away anyone’s human rights. Some rights are absolute, such as the right not to be held in slavery. Some are qualified, such as the right to liberty, which permits detention following certain legitimate procedures. Others, mostly social, economic and cultural rights, require a state to strive to achieve them.
Disclosure to employers and insurance companies The Access to Medical Reports Act 1988 provides that, when a patient requires it, employers and insurance companies may not be shown a report by a doctor who has seen the patient for clinical purposes, until the patient has seen the report and given consent for its disclosure. Occupational physicians have dual loyalties, both to their patients and to their employers. Where a firm provides a clinical service as a ‘perk’ for employees, it should be understood by the employer that the practitioner owes the patient the usual obligation of confidentiality.
Medicolegal Essentials in Healthcare by Jason Payne-James, Ian Wall, Peter Dean