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Advisory Group Recommendations On Priorities For The IARC Monographs
An Advisory Group of 29 scientists from 18 countries met in March, 2019, to recommend priorities for the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Monographs programme during 2020–24.
UK
27 Jun 2019
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Whiplash Reform: MedCo Audit Fails To Give MROs A Clean Bill Of Health
The Civil Liability Act prevents offers to settle whiplash claims in RTAs without first obtaining a medical report from a MedCo accredited expert.
UK
9 Jan 2019
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Terms Of Reference Released For The Australian Royal Commission Into Aged Care Quality And Safety
Following the announcement of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, the Terms of Reference have been released and the Honourable Justice Joseph McGrath and Lynelle Briggs AO...
Australia
12 Oct 2018
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Australia Announces Royal Commission Into Aged And Disability Care Sector
The Australian Prime Minister has announced the establishment of a Royal Commission into the Aged and Disability Care sector.
Australia
19 Sep 2018
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High Court Overturns Ruling That QOCS Automatically Applied To Claim With PI Element
The High Court has ruled that a circuit judge was incorrect in ordering that QOCS automatically applied to a claim concerning misuse of data because it also included a PI element.
UK
14 Aug 2018
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Air Carrier Liability For The Spread Of Communicable Disease
A passenger on-board an aircraft travelling from Hong Kong to London begins to exhibit worrying symptoms a short time into the flight: fever, sweating, frequent coughing, head and body aches, diarrhoea and nausea.
UK
4 Mar 2016
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St George's Healthcare NHS Trust V P And Q: Withdrawal Of Life-sustaining Treatment
Decisions about the treatment of patients who lack capacity are very difficult for healthcare providers, especially where it involves life-sustaining treatment.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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The Cash Behind The Claim: Consultation By Ministry Of Justice On Identifying How Judicial Review Claims Are Being Funded
The Ministry of Justice has recently run a consultation on ways to curb the increasing number of applications for judicial review whilst protecting the public's access to justice.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Confidentiality And The Sharing Of Genetic Information
A recent decision by the Court has confirmed that it was not negligent for a Doctor to withhold information from a daughter about her father's genetic disorder in light of his refusal to allow the information to be shared.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Another Nail In The Coffin For Secondary Victim Claims
The decision also highlights the importance of causation and provides a valuable example of why defendants should not shy away from pursuing a causation defence, even in the context of admitted breaches of duty of care.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Retention Of Highly Sensitive Information: How Long Is Too Long?
Public bodies are subject to clear obligations to treat personal information with the appropriate sensitivity and security, but there is also an allied question as to how long such information should be kept for.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Health Law News - February 2016
Welcome to our February edition of the Health Law news update. This update will cover relevant and topical information relating to recent cases and updates on Health Law, including confidentiality and dealing with sensitive information.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Darnley V. Croydon Health Services And NHS Trust [2-15] EWHC 2301 (QB)
A recent High Court judgment has provided clarification on the duties owed by nonmedically trained personnel in a Hospital setting.
UK
12 Feb 2016
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Wells And Smith V University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust [2015] EWHC 2376 (QB)
The judgment of Mr Justice Dingemans in the case of Wells and Smith v University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust [2015] EWHC 2376 (QB) comments on the inappropriate use of hindsight...
UK
12 Feb 2016
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CQC: Revised Enforcement Policy Published
The HSE and Local Authorities will continue to have jurisdiction in relation to matters involving workers, visitors and contractors, as well as people receiving care by services that do not need to be registered.
UK
9 Apr 2015
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Considerations For Addressing Ebola In The Workplace
Specialists in disability discuss the potential employment and health and safety considerations raised by the Ebola outbreak.
United States
2 Feb 2015
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Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) Regulatory Newsletter
The new Health and Safety Regulations 2013 come into force on 11 May 2013, and it was built on existing law and provides specific detail on requirements that must be undertaken by healthcare employers and their contractors.
UK
21 May 2013
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Ketchup Case Squashed!
In March of last year, the courts held that a hospital trust's conduct to its contractor was so unreasonable that it was in breach of the express duty to act in good faith in their contract.
UK
8 Apr 2013
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