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Medical law: concentrate
(Oxford University Press., 2014)
Exploring cultural values that underpin the ethical and legal framework of end-of-life care: a focus group study of South Asians
(Paris Legal, 2013)
The central tenets of the legal and ethical framework that govern end-of-life care are dignity, equality, freedom of religion and respect for self-determined choice. These are variously protected by common law, statute ...
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 ...
End of Life decisions: Law, Faith and Belief
Religion, Law and Health Care: Uncomfortable Bedfellows
(Paris Legal Publishers, 2014)
The implications of the David Glass case for future clinical practice in the UK
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2005)
Legal considerations of clinical guidelines: will NICE make a difference?
(Royal Society of Medicine, 2003)