Text and Materials on Health Care Law
Health Care Law: Text and Materials reflects the legal, professional and technological developments to provide students and practitioners with a firm understanding of health care law and the complex legal, social and ethical issues involved.
- Utilises the popular text and materials approach to provide an accessible and stimulating collection of cases, statutes, reports and reform proposal
- Examines in detail the major legal, professional and technological developments in the area including:the ongoing implications of the Human Rights Act 1998; the changing structure of the NHS; changes resulting from the Mental Capacity Act 2005; the Human Tissue Act 2004; details of the draft Mental Health Bill; details of the review of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act; increasing impact of the European Union on domestic health law
- Discusses key case decisions including Chester v Afshar HL, Gregg v Scott HL, R ( Burke) v GMC CA.a, Evans v Amicus Health Care, CA