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Author Stanton, Catherine (Law teacher)

Title Pioneering Healthcare Law : Essays in Honour of Margaret Brazier
Published Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (335 pages)
Series Biomedical Law and Ethics Library
Biomedical law and ethics library.
Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Margot Brazier: Editors' appreciation; 1 Pioneering healthcare law; PART I Key principles and themes in healthcare law; 2 Waxing and waning: The shifting sands of autonomy on the medico-legal shore; 3 Compulsory vaccination: Going beyond a civic duty?; 4 The value of human life in healthcare law: Life versus death in the hands of the judiciary; 5 Decisions at the end of life: An attempt at rationalisation; 6 The past, present and future of EU health law
12 Exploring the legacy of the Retained Organs Commission a decade on: Lessons learned and the dangers of lessons lost13 Property interests in human tissue: Is the law still an ass?; 14 Law and humanity: Exploring organ donation using the Brazier method; 15 Sex change surgery for transgender minors: Should doctors speak out?; 16 The lawyer's prestige; PART IV Regulating reproduction; 17 The science of muddling through: Categorising embryos; 18 Revisiting the regulation of the reproduction business; 19 Regulating responsible reproduction
20 Donor conception and information disclosure: Welfare or consent?21 Are we still 'policing pregnancy'?; PART V The criminal law and the healthcare process; 22 Vulnerability and the criminal law: The implications of Brazier's research for safeguarding people at risk; 23 Revisiting the criminal law on the transmission of disease; 24 Maternal responsibility to the child not yet born; 25 Compromise medicalisation; Index
7 Beyond medicine, patients and the law: Policy and governance in 21st century health lawPART II Patient-doctor relations; 8 (I love you!) I do, I do, I do, I do, I do: Breaches of sexual boundaries by patients in their relationships with healthcare professionals; 9 When things go wrong: Patient harm, responsibility and (dis)empowerment; 10 Critical decisions for critically ill infants: Principles, processes, problems; 11 The role of the family in healthcare decisions: The dead and the dying; PART III Law, ethics and the human body
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Form Electronic book
Author Devaney, Sarah.
Farrell, Anne-Maree, 1964-
ISBN 1315716100
Other Titles Critical decisions for critically ill infants