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Should People in the Minimally Conscious State have a (recognised) Right to Reassessment?
(Lawtext publishing, 2016)
Developments in medical sciences mean that more people survive serious brain injuries than in previous years. Nevertheless, some survivors are left with protracted or permanent severely disordered consciousness. Expert ...
The Three Graces of End of Life Decisions: Law, Faith and Belief
This paper considered the impact of the law, religion and belief and end of life decisions.
Enforcing Human Rights at End of Life: Is there a Better Approach?
Medical Law Concentrate. Revision guide
(Oxford University Press, 2016-08-04)
A medical law study and revision guide for law students looking for extra marks in their exams using clear, succinct coverage of the fundamental principles.
A Grounded Theory Analysis of a Focus Group Study
Decisions about whether to reassess the clinical condition of patients in a minimally conscious state are a cornerstone of clinical care and management. The outcome of clinical reassessment determines whether efforts to ...
The minimally conscious state: A challenging (sub) group for decision-making in people who lack capacity
The minimally conscious state (MCS) is a paradigmatic category of mental disability. Absent a valid and applicable advance refusal, all decisions must be made in patients’ “best interests.” This includes decisions about ...
Medical Law Concentrate
(Oxford University Press, 2016)
Indigenous Rights: Changes and Challenges for the 21st Century
(University of Buckingham Press, 2016-12-13)
Over 25 years in the making, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is described by the UN as setting "an important standard for the treatment of indigenous peoples that will undoubtedly be a significant ...