The Relationship Between Health Care and Mass Media in Polish Law
Szetela, Anna Maria
Medicine and Law: World Association for Medical Law 2004; 23(1): 9-17
The purpose of this presentation is to analyse the relations between: medical professionals (physicians, nurses, pharmacists) and health institutions (their managers), and, press and other media, from the point of view of Polish law. In this respect the medical professional or institution is situated between health law and press law--sometimes without realising the common problems of both, such as the problem of access to information versus personal privacy or the question related to medicine-press contacts in the advertising of professionals, institutions and pharmaceuticals. In this paper I shall attempt to examine the interdisciplinary areas of current Polish law.
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