Manslaughter and Negligence.
Professional Negligence, 9(4) pp. 150–154.
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About 1000 people die every year in Britain because of mistakes made by surgeons. At what degree of negligence should professional conduct resulting in death become criminal? The question has a particular significance for medical and dental practitioners. This article gives a critical examination of law and practice.
||1993 Bloomsbury Professional
||professional negligence; manslaughter; doctors; dentists; surgeons; civil liability;
||Open University Business School
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