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Churchill's Medicolegal Pocketbook
V. Machin, F. Lewington and Peter Dean, LLM, MB, BS, BDS (Hons), DRCOG, H.M.
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This is a further volume in the successful Churchill POCKETBOOK series. It aims to give highly practical advice to the clinician on those occasions where there is a potential medicolegal issue. As with all volumes in the series the information is presented in a highly accessible style and it will be invaluable in Accident and Emergency Departments and General Practitioner surgeries. By using the correct procedures future potential legal risk can be minimized.
Pocketbook series style makes information highly accessible.
Deals with the law of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Practical advice will help minimise legal risk.
Covers risk management, which is central to Government health policies.
"...this is the best medico-legal book I have seen for the front line doctor in a long time...check out this book, it is a no nonsense, sensible and readable approach to what can be a tricky subject." Dr Harry Brown, www.medix-uk.com, April 2003 the user with a handy reference, giving clear, practical guidance through a broad spectrum of legal dilemmas." Sarah J Martindale, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth, WA, Hospital Medicine, June 2003
By V. Machin, Senior Registrar, Accident and Emergency Department, Greenwich Hospital, London, UK; F. Lewington, Head of Forensic Science, Metropolitan Police, London, UK; and Peter Dean, LLM, MB, BS, BDS (Hons), DRCOG, H.M., Coroner, Essex; Forensic Physician, London, UK
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