Moderate dirt wear, wrinkling or creasing on cover or spine. Marker on cover or bottom edge of book. Here is a field fraught with uncertainties and these too are dealt with in a measured, frank and analytical manner. Health Care Regulatory Credentialing Agencies Appendix C. Fremgen Power of attorney for health care Figure 5-4 Medical Law and Ethics, Third Edition Bonnie F. Fremgen A living will Figure 5-3 Medical Law and Ethics, Third Edition Bonnie F.
The belief that it is ethically right to act in one way rather than another should be based on good reasons: it is not enough to follow what doctors have always done, nor what experienced doctors now do. Paula Case: Regulating health care professions Part 2. Christopher Hodges: The regulation of medicinal products and medical devices 18. We will do everything we can to ensure you are ecstatic with your purchase! Fremgen Exceptions to Consent Need not inform of commonly known risks Need not inform if disclosure of risks may be detrimental to patient Need not inform if patient asks physician not to disclose risks Not required to restore patients to original health Cannot elicit cure for every patient Cannot guarantee successful results of every treatment Medical Law and Ethics, Third Edition Bonnie F. Features of the new edition include: full-color images illustrate concepts and provide a dynamic reader experience; integrated case studies illustrate real-world examples of legal issues and principles in actual medical settings; and actual legal citations are highlighted throughout the text to assist with in-depth research. This bestseller presents a wealth of timely information on the legal and ethical principles in healthcare.
Features of the new edition include: full-color images illustrate concepts and provide a dynamic reader experience; integrated case studies illustrate real-world examples of legal issues and principles in actual medical settings; and actual legal citations are highlighted throughout the text to assist with in-depth research. Emily Jackson: Abortion Part 5. Appendix C: Declaration of a new doctor, as devised by Imperial College School of Medicine graduating year of 2001. Bookseller: , Indiana, United States Pearson. Access code may be previously used. Richard Goldberg: Products liability Part 6.
She has given invited papers at numerous conferences and seminars to legal, health care professional, and policy audiences. Fremgen Informed or Expressed Consent Patient agrees to course of treatment after being told consequences of having or not having certain procedures and treatments Signature indicates patient understands limits or risks involved as explained by physician Medical Law and Ethics, Third Edition Bonnie F. Fremgen Patient Self-Determination Acts Advanced directive Living will Durable power of attorney Uniform Anatomical Gift Act Medical Law and Ethics, Third Edition Bonnie F. Rachel Mulheron: Duties in contract and tort 4. She has written several key works in the field and participated on several external policy committees.
May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Fremgen Role of Health Care Consumer Do not self-medicate Be honest with physician Assist physician in prevention of medical errors Medical Law and Ethics, Third Edition Bonnie F. It offers an authoritative and up-to-date account of medical law whilst also seeking to set the law in context and critique its application. Research Part 3: Extensions 17. Bookseller: , New Hampshire, United States Pearson. Text has some minor markings.
Fremgen earned her PhD at the University of Illinois and was a student in the law program for health care professionals at Loyola Law School, Loyola University, Chicago. Professor McHale has written several monographs and textbooks in the area of health care law, and has published papers in wide range of legal and health care professional journals. Text appears clean, Has some wavy pages due to being damp at one time but does not hinder reading text, curl to cover, light shelf wear to cover with scuffing 361 pages. Amanda Warren-Jones: Patenting and the human body Part 7. From the Back Cover: Straightforward and comprehensive, Medical Law and Ethics is the text for understanding medical law and ethical obligations in the healthcare environment.
Book Description Prentice Hall, 2007. Doctors and patients: relationships and responsibilities Part 2: Core topics 6. Fremgen Professional Practice Responsibilities Duties During a Medical Emergency — Cannot ethically or legally turn away patient in an emergency situation — If unable to treat patient, then must call for emergency assistance — Patients cannot be turned away if indigent or uninsured Medical Law and Ethics, Third Edition Bonnie F. Organ transplantation and definitions of death 16. By some distance it is the best textbook in the area.
There is a wealth of footnotes and a comprehensive table of cases and statutes with an excellent index. May have highlighting, markings, loose pages, loose binding, bends, stickers on cover, or tears throughout. The spine may show signs of wear. Bookseller: , New Hampshire, United States Pearson. Murray Earle: Death Judith Laing, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Birmingham,Jean McHale, Professor of Health Care Law, University of Birmingham Dr Judith Laing is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law at the University of Bristol. Jonathan Herring: Ending life 22. Choose expedited shipping if available for much faster delivery.
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