Medical Negligence Law in Malaysia, Revised Edition Dr. Puteri Nemie
Medical Negligence Law in Malaysia, Revised Edition
|Dr. Puteri Nemie Jahn Kassim
|2008(Revised) ; 2016(Reprinted)
|International Law Book Services
Legal difficulties concerning medical practise are becoming more prevalent in the medical profession. The goal of this book is to provide readers with an understanding of the substantive and procedural issues of medical malpractice law.
Medical Negligence Law in Malaysia begins with an overview of medical negligence's history, major principles in medical ethics, and the fundamental elements required to provide medical negligence. In light of this, the book delves into the main elements of demonstrating medical negligence, including a duty of care, a violation of duty, and causation. The impact of changes in other countries, such as Australia and England, on the Malaysian landscape is addressed.
Medical Negligence Law in Malaysia also covers some of the most common procedural issues that arise in medical malpractice cases, as well as litigation alternatives. The book comes to a close with an Islamic perspective on medical malpractice.
Medical Negligence Law in Malaysia is a vital addition to the burgeoning literature on medical and healthcare law and responds to the growing interest in medical negligence. It will be helpful to both undergraduates and postgraduates in grasping the subject. It will be informative and relevant to the medico-legal setting for medical and legal professionals.
Dr. Puteri Nemie Jahn Kassim is an Associate Professor in the Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyah of Laws, International Islamic University Malaysia, and possesses a Ph.D. in Law.