Briefings

Briefings

 

Rogers v Whitaker and Chappel v Hart

Download the famous High Court judgement of Rogers v Whitaker that altered healthcare practice in Australia. With comment and analysis by Dr Paul Nisselle, former AMA (Vic) president and Australasian Secretary of MIPS, and currently, Senior Consultant, Medical Protection Society, UK. The High Court case of Chappel v Hart considered related issues.

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Patient education Medical Briefings 2012

  • New courses in law and ethics signal key changes
  • Pre Admissions order form

Patient education Medical Briefings 2012


Patient Education Surgical Briefings 2011

  • Medicolegal pressures improve communications with patients
  • Medical indemnity claims in Australia
  • Pre admissions order form

Patient Education Surgical Briefings 2011


 

Patient Education Dental Briefings 2010

  • Patients need information about risks of pain
  • Dental order form
  • Essentials of Law for Health Professionals

Patient Education Dental Briefings 2010


Patient Education Surgical Briefings 2009

  • The duty to provide information to patients
  • 12 guiding steps - when you should disclose a medical risk
  • Pre admissions order form
  • Ethics and the law for the health professionals

Patient Education Surgical Briefings 2009


Patient Education Dental Briefings 2008

  • Informed consent as an ethical principle
  • The internet is not a patient education solution
  • Dental order from

Patient Education Dental Briefings 2008


2006 Health Communications

  • The Gold Standard in patient education
  • Challenges in Health Communications
  • Pre admissions order form

Mi-tec Gold Standard Brochure 2006


Patient Education Briefing 2005

  • Information before surgery has benefits for all
  • Information and education for families shaped by educators
  • Creating effective patient education in your practice
  • You decide the role that patient education plays

Patient Education Briefing 2005


Patient Education Briefing 2004

  • Checklist for patient education
  • Pamphlets improve patient satisfaction
  • Communication improves outcomes
  • The ABCs of quitting
  • Education of patients a crucial role for nurses

Patient Education Briefing 2004