Medical Profession in UK Law

  • OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING: THE MERRISON REPORT ON THE REGULATION OF THE MEDICAL PROFESSION*
    • Núm. 15-1, Marzo 1977
    • British Journal of Industrial Relations
  • OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING: THE MERRISON REPORT ON THE REGULATION OF THE MEDICAL PROFESSION–A COMMENT
    • Núm. 16-1, Marzo 1978
    • British Journal of Industrial Relations
  • OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING: THE MERRISON REPORT ON THE REGULATION OF THE MEDICAL PROFESSION—A REPLY
    • Núm. 16-1, Marzo 1978
    • British Journal of Industrial Relations
  • Evolving Perceptions of Clinical Management in Acute Hospitals in England
    • Núm. 9-3, Septiembre 1998
    • British Journal of Management
    Clinical management is at the centre of organizational change in the contemporary British hospital sector, and throws up important questions about the relationship between medicine and management. ...
    ......; Harrison, Hunter and Pollitt, 1992) and the de- bate about professions and professional power has been revisited (Elston, 1991; Gabe, Calnan and ...There is much discussion about the changing face of medical management, and empirical material about new roles such as medical and ......
  • Informed Consent and Medical Paternalism: A Prominent Shift in the Paradigm of the Doctor-Patient relationship
    • Núm. 6-1, Enero 2016
    • Southampton Student Law Review
    • Jun Wei Quah
    • University of Southampton
    • 36-43
    Autonomy, or the right to decide for oneself, is synonymous with human dignity and are the foundational pillars of human rights. While autonomy in itself is a daedalian notion that fleshes out into...
    ...... in Montgomery, rehabilitate the dent caused by Bolam in medical healt h ethics and repudiate the suggestion that the medical profession was above the law. This paper will examine the antithetical dichotomy between medical paternalism and patient autonomy, ......
  • Between science and fiction: neuroleptic drug advertisements, stigma and schizophrenia
    • Núm. 3-2, Junio 2004
    • Journal of Public Mental Health
    • 33-41
    It has been suggested that the medical profession contributes to the stigmatisation of those who experience mental health problems, through ‘iatrogenic’ stigma. This study explores how pharmaceutic...
    ......, stigma and schizophrenia ABSTRACT It has been suggested that the medical profession contributes to the stigmatisation of those who experience ......
  • A critical discourse analysis of the link between professional culture and organisational culture
    • Núm. 42-3, Marzo 2020
    • Employee Relations
    • 698-716
    Purpose: Despite the fundamental role of culture in an organisational setting, little is known of how organisational culture can be sometimes determined/influenced by professional culture, particul...
    ......Findings – We found that the medical profession in Nigeria is replete with professional duties and responsibilities, such as professional values and beliefs, professional rules and ......
  • The experiences of work-life balance, stress, and coping lifestyles of female professionals: insights from a developing country
    • Núm. 42-4, Mayo 2020
    • Employee Relations
    • 999-1015
    Purpose: Given the limiting conditions of the gender roles confronting professional working women and drawing on spillover theory, the purpose of this paper is to explore the experiences of work-li...
    ...... of work-life balance with an emphasis on the causes of the imbalances, perceived stress, and coping techniques experienced by female medical doctors in an African context – Nigeria, a geographical location that is considered under-researched. Design/methodology/approach – The ......
  • NEET for medics: a guarantee of quality? An exploratory study
    • Núm. 27-2, Abril 2019
    • Quality Assurance in Education
    • 197-222
    Purpose: The government has taken an initiative to improve the MBBS admission process in the country to eradicate the academic dishonesty and encourage the deserving candidates for MBBS enrolment. ...
    ...... entrance test for admission to undergrad uate and postgraduate medical courses, from the 2016-17 academic year onwards. This paper aims to focus ... CBSEstudents get bene fi ttedout of NEET to become medical professionals. Findings – There is no signi fi cantrelationship between MBBS ......
  • Working through interpreters in old age psychiatry: a literature review
    • Núm. 20-1, Marzo 2015
    • Mental Health Review Journal
    • 36-47
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to systematically appraise the effect of use of interpreters for mental health problems in old age. The primary objective of the review is to assess the impa...
    ...... the World Wide Web using Google Scholar,employing the search term Medical Interpreters and Mental Health. The search included literature in all ...There is urgent need for training mental health professionals for developing skills to overcome the language barrier and for ......
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