Human Rights in Patient Care

20 Sep, 2011
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Health systems can too often be places of punishment, coercion, and violations of basic rights—rather than places of treatment and care. In many cases, existing laws and tools that provide remedies are not adequately used to protect rights. This Practitioner Guide series presents practical how-to manuals for lawyers interested in taking cases around human rights in patient care. The manuals examine patient and provider rights and responsibilities, as well as procedures for protection through both the formal court system and alternative mechanisms in Georgia.

Published with the Support of the Open Society Georgia Foundation.

Autors: Kakhaber Aslanishvili; Mamuka Djibuti; Aleksandre Imedashvili; Givi Javashvili.
ISBN: 978-9941-0-3023-9

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