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Patient information and consent to new treatment methods
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Patient information and consent to new treatment methods

by Emmanuel Laskaridis, LL.M. (Heidelberg), Dr. iur. (Heidelberg), Teaching Assistant at the Law School of Athens University, Barrister at Law in Athens, Member of the Greek National Authority for Human Assisted Fertilisation A. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE MEDICAL AND LEGAL SCIENCE Medicine and law have been differentiated since thousands of years and are now methodologically categorized in different scientific domains. Medicine   appertains to the exact and natural sciences whereas law is a theoretical science. However, these two bear many similarities.…

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2nd International Summer School of Medical Law and Bioethics – The end of life: legal, medical and ethical issues
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2nd International Summer School of Medical Law and Bioethics – The end of life: legal, medical and ethical issues

The Laboratory for the Research of Medical Law and Bioethics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) is exceptionally pleased to announce the organisation, in cooperation with ELSA Thessaloniki, of the 2nd International Summer School of Medical Law and Bioethics on "The end of life: legal, medical and ethical issues". The Summer School will be conducted in English, by faculty members and doctoral students from AUTh and from other universities in Greece and abroad, as well as by specialised jurists…

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2nd annual Rural Healthcare Symposium at the University of Georgia
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2nd annual Rural Healthcare Symposium at the University of Georgia

Join healthcare policymakers, executives, entrepreneurs, scholars, and students across disciplines for a series of panel discussions and presentations addressing rural health disparities. The goal: identify ongoing solutions to our local and national rural health crisis. Walker Room, Rusk Hall, 9:00AM - 4:30PM, April 21, 2017, Athens, GA Agenda | Source

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