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medical law

n.
The branch of law that deals with the application of medical knowledge to legal problems.
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Law, politics, and ethics are among the perspectives contributors bring to their analysis of court decisions regarding British medical law.
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Mr Dhillon leads a team specialising in international travel litigation and Ms Tomlinson heads up a team within the medical law department.
Angela Kirtley, a medical law and patients' rights expert from Irwin Mitchell's North East office, said: "Patient safety should be the number one point of concern for all NHS trusts.
The European Association of Health Law (EAHL) is an international organization, associating lawyers (both science workers and practitioners) specializing in medical law.
of Central Lancashire) begins with the general background on the Southeast Asian country, its health care system, and the sources of medical law.
The Medical Law, which was issued by His Highness the Emir of the State of Qatar, is considered a turning point in the development of the medical field, and an advancement in the field with the private sector," it said.
Foundational Principles of South African Medical Law.
The firm's medical law expert Matthew Waite warned legal aid was never thrown around like confetti and it would be the most vulnerable patients who suffered.
Dutch scholar of medical law and health policy Nys summarizes medical law in neighboring Belgium, beginning with a general background of the country.
Rebecca Osborne and Barnaby Procopiou shared the Maxwell Hodge sponsored award which is presented to the university's top graduates in medical law.
A CALL for all UK care homes to outlaw bucket chairs, like those used to restrict Mr Vines at the Maypole, has gone out by a leading city medical law expert.
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