P37 2013 Environmental Law Leal-Arcas, Rafael. The author provides sample medical records, definitions of medical and legal terminology, and sample legal forms to enhance student comprehension of key concepts. Both physicians and lawyers will find this book useful and fascinating. C66 2013 Mourer, Sarah A. The one woman I couldn't live without.
The other ch- ters are constructed around individual medical specialties, but discuss issues that are of potential interest to all. Chapters 6 through 9 deal with issues related to pretrial proceedings and trial of malpractice cases, including pre-suit investigation of such claims. The Crisis of Care under the English Poor Law, c. . The position is sympathetic to the arguments of a number of critics of America law such as Catherine Crier and Philip K.
Also included are a sample Bill of Particulars, a sample jury charge and a list of Web sites to assist your medical research. The result is a clearly enunciated description of what negligence meant to the Victorians and how they sought to define and deal with negligent care, moving the topic from the sidelines of English welfare history to the centre-stage role it played in Victorian society. Most important, chapters present suggestions for ways to effectively reduce or manage legal risks and anxieties while improving patient care. However, no book is able to anticipate each situation and circumstance arising in the heat of battle. The case for No-Fault Compensation Schemes The Medical Malpractice Litigation System Non-Negligence-Based Reform: No-Fault Compensation Schemes Conclusion: An Incremental Road to No-Fault Chapter 2: The Negligent Failure to Disclose Medical Risks: The Limits of the Common Law Introduction Rogers v.
I53 2013 Murphy, Sean D. E53 B44 2013 Huppes-Cluysenaer, Liesbeth and Nuno M. Books will be delivered to faculty mailboxes. Finally, Chapter 10 provides a thorough discussion of the federal and New Jersey statutes and regulations regarding electronic medical records. Then it studies the importance of the elimination of medical error and the adoption of sound and comprehensive risk management principles; apologies and open disclosure in medicine. It offers a fresh perspective on the poor laws that has repercussions for wider histories of welfare, medicine and legal medicine.
B35 2013 Braucher, Jean, John Kidwell, and William C. The author: identifies and analyzes the growing pressures on doctors in modern society, placing their role in context explores some of the myths surrounding media claims about malpractice considers the practice of 'defensive medicine' and the difference between defensive practices and sensible risk management examines external pressures, such as political interference with clinical practice in the form of target-setting and what might be described as a culture of creeping privatization of healthcare. After assembling all the malpractice claims filed in New York State since 1975, the authors found that just one in eight patients who had been victims of negligence actually filed a malpractice claim, and more than two-thirds of these claims were filed by the wrong patients. Some of the chapters are broadly relevant to all doctors—the rise of e-medicine, and the importance of effective communication, for example. H68 2013 Noorani, Abdul Gafoor. T73 2013 Communications Law Janssen, Katleen and Joep Crompvoets, editors. References to the legal and medical literature, indexes, and a refined system of cross-references, together with an important collection of appendices covering legal and ethical declarations make this work accessible as a handbook and reference work for the legal and social problems encountered today in the wide area of law, ethics, and medicine.
R473 2012 Stone, Katherine V. Law's quanadry: the illusions of law -- Ch. This volume fills a gap in the literature by providing careful and accurate analysis of legal issues rarely translated into practical and useful advice for health care and human service professionals. In using this volume, keep in mind that it is a general view of what it is to be anticipated in prosecuting a medical malpractice case. Along comes Baker, director of the Insurance Law Center at the University of Connecticut School of Law, to puncture ''the medical malpractice myth'' with a talent for reasoned argument and incisiveness. This volume fills a gap in the literature by providing careful and accurate analysis of legal issues rarely translated into practical and useful advice for health care and human service professionals. Joseph Wayne Smith is presently a Research Scholar in the Discipline of Surgery, University of Adelaide.
Finally, Baker offers an alternative in the form of evidence-based medical liability reform that seeks to decrease the incidence of malpractice and also protect doctors from rising premium costs. F36 2013 Economics Fikentscher, Wolfgang, Philipp Hacker, and Rupprecht Podszun. McClellan illustrates the multitude of considerations that impact the merit of each case, never losing sight of the importance of preserving human dignity in malpractice lawsuits. The work describes principles and trends, not by confronting the reader with 'national reports' and separate chapters on different legal systems; rather, the relevant legal problems are analyzed from an integrative, comparative viewpoint. This is a groundbreaking study on how to properly implement medical malpractice law and tort reform, without passing new laws, but putting the responsibility back in the hands of the people. Careful analysis of the medical records of 30,000 patients hospitalized in 1984 showed that approximately one in twenty-five patients suffered a disabling medical injury, one quarter of these as a result of the negligence of a doctor or other provider. In this volume, professionally distinguished and diverse authors discuss both the real and perceived legal liability context within which health and human service delivery to older persons takes place.
M38 2013 Legal History Boswell, James. This book discusses several important topics. Part I gives an overview of insurance in general and discusses the organization of professional - ability insurance companies in particular. It analyzes the limits of tort law; the problems with Australian law on the negligent failure to disclose medical risks and the merits of no-fault compensation schemes. Appendices demonstrate how to analyze a medical brief, depose and examine the defendant physician, and elicit testimony from your own expert witness. Verhulst, and Libby Morgan, editors.
Firstly, the book analyzes the limits of tort law; the problems with Australian law on the negligent failure to disclose medical risks and the merits of no-fault compensation schemes. Then it studies the importance of the elimination of medical error and the adoption of sound and comprehensive risk management principles; apologies and open disclosure in medicine. It also discusses the relationship between expert evidence and medical malpractice litigation. L39 2013 Evidence Briones, Joshua and Ana Tagvoryan. In using this volume, keep in mind that it is a general view of what it is to be anticipated in prosecuting a medical malpractice case.
Proof, probability and parardox: law and the limits of logic -- Ch. Or will I pull her into the darkness with me anyway?. G33 2013 Trials Hertz, Randy, Martin Guggenheim, and Anthony G. The work describes principles and trends, not by confronting the reader with 'national reports' and separate chapters on different legal systems; rather, the relevant legal problems are analyzed from an integrative, comparative viewpoint. The E-mail message field is required.