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The legal standard of care: a shift from the traditional Bolam test
(Royal College of Physicians, 2003)
A rights-based proposal for managing faith-based values and expectations of migrants at end of life illustrated by an empirical study involving South Asians in the UK
International migration is an important issue for many high-income countries and is a situation that is accompanied by opportunities, as well as challenges. South Asians are the largest minority ethnic group in the United ...
Medical Law Concentrate
(Oxford University Press, 2016)
The Vexed Question of Best Interests in Decisions Relating to Infants and Medical Futility
Seemingly intractable disagreements between parents and doctors about the treatment of gravely ill infants are neither new, nor particularly unusual. In the clinical context, proposed courses of treatment are usually ...
Advance decisions, welfare attorneys and statements of wishes: The belt, braces and corset approach to advance care planning
Advance care planning is used by adults to express value-based preferences for informing future care and treatment decisions following their loss of decision-making capacity. It is a means for ascertaining previous ...
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 ...
Fears and fallacies: Doctors’ perceptions of the barriers to medical innovation
In 2014, Lord Saatchi launched his ultimately unsuccessful Medical Innovation Bill in the UK. Its laudable aim was to free doctors from the shackles that prevented them from providing responsible innovative treatment. Lord ...