Clinical Risk Modification

Clinical Risk Modification

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This book attempts to provide an overview and insights into the changes in the NHS and their impact on the risk modification agenda and the importance of clinical and corporate governance. Included are the main principles of clinical risk management, cultural and behaviour changes and discussions about some main legal principles. Reasons why patients sue and complain are very important to us as practitioners and these are also discussed. Two legal chapters have been included to illustrate the relevance and application of the law to healthcare practice and to clinical risk management. The legal principles discussed include those relating to consent to treatment and medical negligence. A good clinical risk modification strategy should comply with the law.This book attempts to provide an overview and insights into the changes in the NHS and their impact on the risk modification agenda and the importance of clinical and corporate governance.


Title:Clinical Risk Modification
Author: Jo Wilson, John Tingle
Publisher:Elsevier Health Sciences - 1999
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