Tag: Negligence

All health professionals strive to run a safe medical practice, however still within the medical system errors are being made. Negligence is defined as ‘a failure to take proper care of something’, and this seems a reasonable concept.


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Comparison of Medical Malpractice and Negligence
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Introduction: Medical Malpractice and Negligence Introduction In healthcare, professionals including the physician are usually required to take an oath and swear to handle patient with utmost caution and never to ... Last modified: 22nd Jun 2020

Legal and Ethical Case Study: Consent and Negligence
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Introduction: Introduction: BA-NUR Monday 14/10/2019 BA-NUR Nur10004 Michael Olasoji Michael Olasoji 102560506 Prachi Bhalla Nurses must meet specified standards with constrains of the law regarding legal and ethi... Last modified: 3rd Jun 2020

Medical Issue of Negligence | Case Study
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Introduction: Muhammad Younas Introduction Healthcare professionals often confront situations of ambiguity and uncertainty regarding patient’s treatment. Ethical issues arise when there is violation of ethical... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Medical Negligence And Malpractice Law
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Introduction: Protection of patients / clients’ rights under the care situation is an area of great importance in the work of care. All health professionals are obliged to patients / clients duty of care. Hea... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Does Work Overload Justify Negligence?
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Introduction: Muhammad Qasim   Introduction According World Health Organization (WHO), Pakistan is one of the 57 countries with acute deficiency of healthcare workforce and with no well-defined human resource d... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Principles of Negligence in Nursing
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Introduction: This paper will investigate the principles of negligence and critically explore the requirement for an awareness and understanding of the laws that are involved for safe practice in the health servic... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Medical Malpractice in India and in General
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Introduction: Master of Health Management LWN164 Health Care Law and Ethics Assessment Item No. 3 Abstract: The interrelationship between medical ethics and the law are perhaps nowhere as starkly obvious as in th... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Impact of Health and Safety Practices in Healthcare Work
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Introduction: Introduction The cases study focuses on the failings in a private hospital due to the non-compliance of health and safety that led to the death of one staff and seriously injuring another. These fai... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Mid Staffordshire Scandal Explained
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Introduction: Wilful neglect can be explained as an offence related to performance. Aftermath Mid Staffordshire scandal it was related to dereliction of duty, besieged and a sequence of petrifying blunders in heal... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Negligence in Midwifery
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Introduction: Christine Borg After a spontaneous vaginal delivery a woman suffered a severe haemorrhage leading to hypovolaeima and severe adult respiratory distress. She was admitted to an Intensive Care Unit b... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020