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This book explores and assesses new directions of research emerging within healthcare law, and is compiled to celebrate Professor Margaret Brazier’s outstanding contribution to the development of medical law and bioethics.
The contributions in this volume examine key aspects developed in Professor Brazier’s own agenda-setting body of work, and is organised into five parts. Part One discusses the principles and theoretical development of healthcare law. Part Two examines the dynamics of the doctor-patient relationship, in particular the role of patients.
Part Three explores law and ethics relating to human tissue. Part Four discusses the regulation of Reproduction, and Part Five examines criminal law and the healthcare process.
Contributions are provided by leading healthcare law and bioethics experts in the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States and continental Europe. As a collaborative review of key and innovative themes in the field, the book will be of great interest and use to academics and students working in healthcare law and bioethics, and those working in health policy, law and regulation at both national and international levels.