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Promotion of the rights of patients in Europe

Promotion of the rights of patients in Europe

proceedings of a WHO consultation.

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Published by Kluwer Law International in The Hague, Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • Patients -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Europe.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsWorld Health Organization., World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe., Universiteit van Amsterdam. Health Law Section.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKJC6206 .P76 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 139 p. ;
      Number of Pages139
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL795839M
      ISBN 109041101004
      LC Control Number95031704

      Mental health: facing the challenges, building solutions: report from the WHO European Ministerial Conference health – congresses health services policy planning es ISBN X (NLM Classification: WM ) Address requests about publications of the WHO Regional Office to. Patient Safety & Rights: developing tools to support consumer health literacy Aim of the project Both the topics of patient safety and patient rights are high on the health agendas of countries in the European region. This project aims to bridge the two approaches by trying to look at the links between patient rights and patient safety and more.

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The Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe constitutes a common European framework for action and includes those principles, as endorsed by the Amsterdam Consultation. This declaration should be. Promotion of the Rights of Patients in Europe contains authoritative briefings from members of the drafting group and from leading representatives of various physician, patient and citizens' groups, as well as from the Council of Europe.

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A Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe in European Journal of Health Law. A Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe in European Journal of Health Law. European Patients’ Rights Day To promote an official day to talk about patients rights in Europe.

To raise awareness of Members States on the implementation of patients’ rights. To present and assess the respect of these rights each year. To make commitment for concrete Size: KB.

xiv The Rights of Patients in Europe Chapter 6. Secrecy 83 Nature of the right Exceptions Discussion Chapter 7. Special Categories of Patients 99 Minors Incompetent adults Mental patients Subjects of research Discussion Chapter 8.

Promotion and Protection of Patients' Rights Complaint procedures. The fourteen rights illustrated below are also linked to other international documents and declarations, emanating in particular from the WHO and the Council of Europe. As regards the WHO, the most relevant documents are the following: The Declaration on the Promotion of Patients’ Rights in Europe, endorsed in Amsterdam in.

a solid framework regarding patients‟ rights in Europe and does so in several ways. First it places the rights of patients within the framework of human rights.

As the development of patients‟ rights sterns directly from the progression of the human rights it is important to focus on the legislation and commitments that came out of this.

PREAMBLE. Despite their differences, national health systems in European Union countries place the same rights of patients, consumers, users, family members, weak populations and ordinary people at risk.

Despite solemn declarations on the “European Social Model” (the right to universal access to health care), several constraints call the reality of this right into Size: KB. In een speciaal daartoe belegde Consultation van het Regional Office for Europe van de WHO van 28–30 maart in Amsterdam is de Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe met algemene stemmen en zonder amendementen aangenomen.

Aanwezig waren 36 lid–staten uit Oost– en Westeuropa. In de Declaration is opgenomen een document, getiteld: Principles of the Rights Cited by: 2.

This book is based on the results of a study on patients' rights in the European member states of the World Health Organization. Relevant topics such as informed consent; access to patients' medical records; privacy and confidentiality of data; minors' rights; mental patients' rights; complaint procedures; ethics committees; rights of incompetent adults; and civil, penal, administrative, and Author: Henk Leenen, Sjef Gevers, Genevieve Pinet.

Promotion of the rights of patients in Europe: proceedings of a WHO consultation. This is followed by an encompassing overview of the rights of patients in Denmark. In a first paragraph the legal status of the Biomedicine Convention is situated against the background of Danish constitutional law.

Then we turn to a description of the national legislation on patient rights. There exists many different enumeration of patient. The patients’ bill of rights (PBR) is published in the Saudi Ministry of Health website.

4 The patients’ bill of rights as a written document is also available in most Saudi health care organizations, but some patients and their families may not be aware of their rights granted by the Saudi government through policies and regulations of the Cited by: 1.

The World Health Organization published a detailed document (‘A Declaration on the Promotion of Patients’ Rights in Europe’) stating the principles and strategies of patients’ rights in Amsterdam (28–29 March ).Cited by: This book offers a critical reinterpretation of Western European States’ programmatic support for International Human Rights Law (IHRL) since the s.

It examines the systemic or structural constraints inherent to the international legal system and argues that order trumps justice in Western Europe’s promotion of international human.

This is followed by an encompassing overview of the rights of patients in Greece. In a first paragraph the legal status of the Biomedicine Convention is situated against the background of Greek constitutional law. Then we turn to a description of the national legislation on patient rights. Many different enumerations of patient rights exist.

Show simple item record. A Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe: Principles of the Rights of Patients in Europe: A Common Framework Amsterdam Declaration of Patients' Rights, Endorsed by the World Health Organization European Consultation on The Rights of Patients.

Patients' Rights Laws in Europe. Patient rights are a reflection of human human right movement has gathered importance in the world sincewhen, on 10 Decemberthe Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted. This was followed, on 4 November,by the signature of the European Convention of Human rights of the patients, as specific human rights.

Thirty six European nations have unanimously endorsed a common framework of principles for promoting patients' rights.

The Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe comes out of a consultation held in Amsterdam by the World Health Organisation's Europe office. Representatives from two patients' groups from Britain voted for the declaration, although a Cited by: A Declaration on the Promotion of Patients' Rights in Europe: Principles of the Rights of Patients in Europe: A Common Framework Amsterdam Declaration of Patients' Rights, Endorsed by the World Health Organization European Consultation on The Rights of Patients, March "The Rights of Patients is the Bible of patient rights." (Charles Inlander,President of the People's Medical Society) About the Author.

George J. Annas is the Edward R. Utley Professor of Health Law, Bioethics, and Human Rights at the Boston University School of Public Health and chair of the Health Law Department.

He is also a professor at the Cited by: