Medicine, Patients and the Law : Revised and Updated Fifth Edition
Medicine, Patients and the Law is a leading book in its field, aimed at practitioners and students of both law and medicine, as well as the general reader. It examines the regulation of medical practice, the rights and duties of patients and their medical advisers, the provision of compensation for medical mishaps and the framework of rules governing those delicate issues of life and death where medicine, morals and the law overlap. The fifth edition of this highly acclaimed book is fully updated to cover recent changes in law and medical practice. Clear explanations of legal issues make this book accessible and absorbing.
- Paperback | 672 pages
- 128 x 194 x 32mm | 458.13g
- 29 Sep 2011
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 5th Fifth Edition, Fifth ed.
About Margaret Brazier
Margaret Brazier has been a Professor of Law at the University of Manchester since 1990. She has written widely on medical law and ethics. She chaired a review of laws relating to surrogacy from 1996-1998 and chaired the Retained Organs Commission from 2001-2004. She is the Editor of the Medical Law Review. Dr Emma Cave is a lecturer in tort and medical law at the University of Leeds. Her research interests include ethics and legal and ethical issues in reproductive medicine and she is author of The Mother of all Crimes, published by Ashgate in 2004.
Excellent ... a searching critique of modern medical law * New Law Journal * The legal issues are explained extremely clearly; and intelligible reference is made to the most important decisions of the courts * The Times Higher Education Supplement *