The Canadian Law of Consent to Treatment, 3rd Edition
Endorsed by the Canadian Health Information Management Association Consent to treatment is the most hotly debated medical issue in the world. The entire patient-provider relationship rests on it. The purpose of this book is to anticipate the possibility of a breakdown - and to provide solutions to what could otherwise be a legal and risk management ...
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A Guide to Consent & Capacity Law in Ontario, 2013 Edition
Whether you are applying to the Board or responding to an application, this guide will assist you in navigating through these four complex and interrelated statutes and give you direction to address particular issues.
Canadian Health Law and Policy 4th Edition
What You Need to Know about Emerging and Hot Topics What are the rules of informed consent in Canada? How is research involving humans governed? What legal issues impact obesity, infectious diseases, and addictions? Much more than just the study of laws relevant to the area of medicine, Canadian Health Law and Policy, 4 th Edition draws together ...
Law for Canadian Health Care Administrators, 2nd Edition
Manage Legal Risk, Avoid Costly Errors Health care administrators have unique needs and decision-making responsibilities. Law for Canadian Health Care Administrators 2 nd Edition offers practical solutions to routine legal issues and case examples from a wide range of health care settings. Discover where pitfalls lie, how lawsuits arise, and when ...
Preventing Sexual Abuse of Patients: A Legal Guide for Health Care Professionals
This practical text provides regulated Health Care professionals with the legal background and educational support they need to better understand, deal with and prevent incidents and claims of sexual abuse in the Health Care environment. Written in straightforward, non-legalistic language, it helps health professionals: understand the specific ...
The Law of Human Experimentation
The Honourable Justice Marshall brings his experience as both a judge and as a practising physician to this well-thought out examination of the ethics of experimenting with human research subjects. Looking at both the rights of research subjects and the responsibilities of the medico-research community, he recommends a return to the rule of law ...