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Nursing Law for Irish Students

Nursing Law for Irish Students (Paperback)

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Synopsis

It covers the four areas of accountability affecting all nurses namely civil liability, professional liability, criminal liability and accountability to the employer.





Each chapter contains the following: - learning objectives and outcomes - important legal concepts and phrases explained - summary at the end of each chapter - weblinks for further information and research.





Where legal concepts and terminologies are used, they are thoroughly and clearly explained in a `non-legal' manner.





Up-to-date leading Irish and UK cases are used throughout the text.





The cases are broken into three sections: - The facts - The issues to be decided - The decision of the court. Followed by analysis and commentary on the important issues raised by the decision.





Problem questions based on factual scenarios, which test the student's application of principles, are provided at the end of each section.





Suitable for 1st and 2nd year degree nursing students at Universities and I.Ts and as a post-registration refresher text.

LawLaws of Specific jurisdictionsSocial lawMedical & healthcare law Publisher: Gill Publication Date: 26/04/2005 ISBN-13: 9780717138371  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Neil Van Dokkum is a Law Lecturer, specialising in Nursing and Social Care Law, at the Waterford Institute of Technology. He previously practised as a barrister, and was also a Senior Lecturer at the University of Natal, in South Africa. He is author of three previous works, and has been published in many international journals and textbooks.

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