Siber Ink Publishers are proud to announce the publication of
The Practitioner’s Guide to Medical Malpractice in South African Law
This timely publication, written by Ian Dutton, is unique in its scope and a must-have for anyone working in the area of Medical Malpractice.
There has been a significant increase in medical malpractice litigation, both in South Africa and internationally. As a result medical malpractice law is an increasingly specialised area for both medical and legal practitioners.
The Practitioner’s Guide to Medical Malpractice in South African Law sets out the fundamental principles governing the law of medical malpractice in clear and understandable terms.
The intersection of the fields of medicine and the law produces formidable challenges. For the lawyer, working out the applicable legal principles is intellectually and professionally demanding. For the medical practitioner, there is uncertainty and anxiety about the legal rules which apply. The health professions feel under siege.
Added to this is the formative role that government and civil society plays in considering and assimilating into our legal system profound policy considerations affecting our most intimate interests.
This book addresses these issues clearly and comprehensively and is a must-have for anyone working in these areas.
Title: The Practitioner’s Guide to Medical Malpractice in South Africa Law ♦ Author: Ian Dutton
ISBN: 978-1-920025-93-9 ♦ RRP: 398.00 ♦ Publication date: July 2015
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