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  4. (PDF) Medical negligence in orthopaedic surgery: A review of 130

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  1. Medical negligence in healthcare organizations and its impact on patient safety and public health: a bibliometric study

    Our results cover medical negligence research for 67 years. Table 2 displays the annual scientific productivity and citations per document on medical negligence research, and shows that annual productivity of medical negligence research has increased gradually. Research output was very low in the beginning with only nine research papers ...

  2. Medical negligence

    Medical negligence is a type of tort, with compensatory damages (money) being the usual remedy. ... The research presented in this paper focuses on explaining, adapting, and simplifying the "corpus and intricacies" of the Australian tort law of medical negligence, and make it relevant and useful for the Australian nursing community. ...

  3. Medical negligence in healthcare organizations and its impact on

    medical negligence research was 2011-2020, with about half of the total research output. Citation analysis showed that 70 documents were published on medical negligence research in 1991-2000 ...

  4. Malpractice Liability and Health Care Quality

    The medical liability system is intended to serve three functions: compensate patients injured by negligence, promote corrective justice by providing a mechanism to rectify wrongful losses caused by defendants, and deter negligence. 1 Deterrence is the notion that liability can make healthcare safer. Theoretically, clinicians will respond to ...

  5. Medical Malpractice Law

    An analysis of medical malpractice claims against medical oncologists from a national database: Implications for safer practice, Journal of Healthcare Risk Management, 43, 3, (18-28), (2023 ...

  6. Medical negligence in healthcare organizations and its impact on

    The most productive period for medical negligence research was 2011-2020. Bird contributed the highest number of publications to medical negligence literature while Brennan emerged as the highly cited author. Single-authored publications on medical negligence were not highly cited. The United States was the highest contributing country and the ...

  7. Patient negligence in healthcare systems: Accountability model

    In order to serve the purpose of designing an accountability model against patient negligence, the state of the art of this paper attempts to sketch patient negligence, describe the patient - healthcare relationship, and further pinpoint compliance and accountability programs. 2.1. Patient negligence

  8. Medical negligence in healthcare organizations

    This shows that the most productive period for medical negligence research was 2011-2020, with about half of the total research output. Citation analysis showed that 70 documents were published on medical negligence research in 1991-2000, which received the highest number of citations (1,915) at a rate of 27.36 citations per document.

  9. Medical negligence in healthcare organizations and its impact on

    This shows that the most productive period for medical negligence research was 2011-2020, with about half of the total research output. Citation analysis showed that 70 documents were published on medical negligence research in 1991-2000, which received the highest number of citations (1,915) at a rate of 27.36 citations per document.

  10. Covid-19 and medical negligence litigation: Immunity for healthcare

    The tort of negligence provides a route for individuals who have suffered injury as a result of another's act or omission to achieve a civil remedy, the difference being that in medical negligence claims there is, arguably, an added dimension because the individual has put their trust in a medical professional or team for one of the most precious commodities - their own health and ...

  11. Medical errors, medical negligence and defensive medicine: A ...

    Medical errors, medical negligence and defensive medicine: A narrative review Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2022 May 28:77:100053. doi: 10.1016/j.clinsp.2022.100053. ... a national focus to create leadership and research tools to enhance the knowledge base about patient safety; a reporting system that would help to identify and learn from errors; the ...

  12. Covid-19 and medical negligence litigation: Immunity for healthcare

    Medical negligence, Covid-19, coronavirus, immunity, litigation, patient safety. A number of news outlets1,2 have recently reported on calls from the Medical Defence Union (MDU) to grant doctors immunity from medical negligence claims with concerns over both the extent of the financial and personal costs that would be involved.

  13. The struggle against perceived negligence. A qualitative study of

    Background Every year, 14 % of patients in Norwegian hospitals experience adverse events, which often have health-damaging consequences. The government, hospital management and health personnel attempt to minimize such events. Limited research on the first-hand experience of the patients affected is available. The aim of this study is to present patients' perspectives of the occurrence of ...

  14. Deficiency in Medical Services under Consumer Protection Law and ...

    The present paper will focus on the meanings, explanations, understandings and interpretations of medical negligence, analyses of the case of medical negligence, the performance of "duty of reasonable care and diligence", and the remedies available to an aggrieved patient.

  15. An Introduction to Medical Malpractice in the United States

    Abstract. Medical malpractice law in the United States is derived from English common law, and was developed by rulings in various state courts. Medical malpractice lawsuits are a relatively common occurrence in the United States. The legal system is designed to encourage extensive discovery and negotiations between adversarial parties with the ...

  16. Medical Negligence Research Papers

    Medical Negligence in India: Current Issues and Ethics. This paper discusses the growing incidences of medical negligence in India in the recent years and also explores the factors contributing to the ongoing raise in these incidences. It is important to know what the factors that constitute... more. Download.

  17. (PDF) A Study on Medical Negligence in India ...

    This paper describes how medical negligence is a violation of human rights and the right to health which is an inherent fundamental right and falls under the extended view of Article 21 (Right to ...

  18. Medical Negligence in India: A Critical Study

    The present paper aims to analyze the concept of negligence in medical profession in the light of interpretation of law by the Supreme Court of India. Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation Tiwari, Daya Shankar, Medical Negligence in India: A Critical Study (November 4, 2013).

  19. PDF Medical Negligence: Law and Interpretation

    Medical Negligence: Law and Interpretation Anurag K. Agarwal W.P. No. 2011-03-03 March 2011 The main objective of the working paper series of the IIMA is to help faculty members, research staff and doctoral students to speedily share their research findings with professional colleagues and test their research findings at the pre-publication stage.

  20. Medical negligence

    Medical negligence is a type of tort, with compensatory damages (money) being the usual remedy. ... The research presented in this paper focuses on explaining, adapting, and simplifying the "corpus and intricacies" of the Australian tort law of medical negligence, and make it relevant and useful for the Australian nursing community. ...

  21. PDF Critical Analysis of Legal Regimes for Medical Negligence in India

    medical negligence laws in india: peak in the legal regime a brief review of apex court decisions interpretations of hon'ble apex courts who favours the applicability of even 304 a i.p.c. in medical negligence cases in extreme rashness judicial decisions in regard to vicarious liability in medical negligence conclusion

  22. Research paper on "Medical Negligence

    Research paper on "Medical Negligence - Law and Practice in Bangladesh" Aqib Mohammed Nur. Medical negligence is a clear violation of the right to health by a professional group who are actually on duty to protect when emergency strikes and the health rights are under threat. Medical negligence is lately a popular topic of attention and ...

  23. Medical negligence liability under the consumer protection act: A

    INTRODUCTION. Lately, Indian society is experiencing a growing awareness regarding patient's rights. This trend is clearly discernible from the recent spurt in litigation concerning medical professional or establishment liability, claiming redressal for the suffering caused due to medical negligence, vitiated consent, and breach of confidentiality arising out of the doctor-patient relationship.

  24. PDF Applying the Brain-computer Interface Discourse to Negligence

    FINAL_05.25.24_KIEL-CHISHOLM_BCI.DOCX (DO NOT DELETE) 5/25/24 7:21 AM 2024] THE BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE AND NEGLIGENCE 323 assistive device. These include the LUKE arm,12 the bionic ear (or cochlear implant),13 BrainGate,14 the bionic eye developed by Bionic Vision Australia,15 the Bionic Spine,16 the mind-controlled exoskeleton developed by the Duke University Center for

  25. Federal Register, Volume 89 Issue 131 (Tuesday, July 9, 2024)

    MSKCC is a cancer center that is committed to patient care, research, and educational programs. Headquartered in New York City, MSKCC had 29,732 employees as of December 31, 2022. MSKCC's total operating revenue in 2022 was approximately $6.63 billion, with net assets of $8.74 billion.