Mas'uliyat Al-Mustashfa Al-Khass 'An Akhta' Al-Tabib Wa Musa'idih, Dirasah Tahliliyah Li Ittijahat Al-Fiqh Wa Al-Qada' Al-Misriyyayn Wa Al-Faransiyyayan The Liability of the Private Hospital for the Errors of Physicians and Their Assistants, An Analytical Study of the Orientations of Jurisprudence and Court Rulings in Egypt and France
Sa'd, Ahmad Mahmud
Cairo, Egypt: Dar al-Nahdah al-'Arabiyah, 2007: 692 p.
The book consists of a preliminary chapter on the development of the medical profession and two main parts. The first part addresses the legal nature of medical relationships with a special focus on the cases of Egypt and France and it consists of four chapters: the relationship between the physician and the private hospital; the relationship between the surgeon and other members of the medical team; the relationship between the patient, the private hospital, and the treating physician; and the relationship between the private hospital and the medical team. The second part consists of two chapters: elements of medical liability; and the basis of the liability of the private hospital for the errors of the physician and his assistants.
Accountability; Codes of Ethics; Comparative Studies; Ethics; Fiqh; Government; Government Regulation; Guidelines; Health; Health Facilities; Health Personnel; Historical Aspects; Hospitals; Interprofessional Relations; Judicial Role; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Liability; Legislation; Liability; Medical Errors; Nature; Negligence; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Professional Ethics; Proprietary Hospitals; Regulation; Standards; Surgery; Patient Relationships; Malpractice; Quality of Health Care;
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