Drawing upon a range of disciplinary perspectives, Health Law: Frameworks and Context adopts a theoretically informed and principles-based approach to examining health law. Appealing to students and academic scholars alike, the text moves beyond traditional medical law frameworks to provide a broader contextual understanding of the way in which law intersects with health. A clear and accessible style of writing combined with a sophisticated and nuanced approach takes this rich and challenging field to a new level of analysis. Written by respected academics within the field, Health Law: Frameworks and Context is an essential text for scholars and students looking to grasp the fundamental concepts of this rapidly expanding area of law, as well as those who wish to deepen their knowledge and understanding of health law in Australia and internationally.
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Health law : frameworks and context Philosophical bioethics and health law Socio-legal perspectives on patient-doctor relations Social determinants of health and th role of law Health and human rights law The regulatory framework for health in Australia Regulating health professionals Regulating patient safety and redress Consent to medical treatment Substituted decision-making Medical negligence Confidentiality, privacy and access to information Regulating reproduction Regulating emerging reproductive technologies Withdrawal and withholding of medical treatment Euthanasia and assisted suicide Organ and tissue donation and transplantation Property and human tissue Biobanks Human genetics and the law Indigenous health and the law Health law and people with disability Mental health law Public health law Global health and the law.