A focus on the interplay between medical law and medical ethics makes this refreshing new textbook the most balanced approach available to students of law and medicine. By offering a unique chapter structure which gives equal weight to both the legal and ethical issues it allows for an appreciation of all factors at play in the field of medical law. In addition, its student-friendly writing style combined with critical analysis gives students the tools to engage with key issues and form their own understanding. Accompanying online case studies convey the law in practice, and encourage students to consider their own views and arguments in terms of legal analysis and ethical consideration. Coverage of recent judicial cases and statutes, with a good balance of factual detail and critical analysis, allows students to engage with this evolving discipline.Read more
- The equal consideration of medical law and medical ethics provides the most balanced approach available
- A unique, consistent chapter structure sets out legal principles, draws conclusions and then explores the ethical questions arising from those principles
- Accompanying online case studies engage the student and show the law and ethical issues 'in action'
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"A splendid text: clear, accessible, penetrating, thoughtful, well pitched for undergraduate students, yet useful and thought-provoking for more advanced readers. [An] unusually sophisticated treatment of the complex interplay of law and ethics. So far as the law is concerned, [it is] rigorously scholarly but always practical and down to earth. It's excitingly different from other books. I will be recommending it to students here in Oxford."
Charles Foster, University of Oxford
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- Date Published: May 2014
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781107612372
- length: 325 pages
- dimensions: 246 x 175 x 17 mm
- weight: 0.67kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
2. Confidentiality and access to information
3. Errors and fault
4. Consent and autonomy
5. Incapable adults and children
6. Resource allocation and prioritisation
7. Assisted reproduction
8. Abortion, neonaticide and infanticide
9. Organ and tissue transplantation
11. End of life
12. Concluding thoughts.
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