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by Gurkan Sert,Tolga Guven,Sefik Gorkey

Author: Gurkan Sert,Tolga Guven,Sefik Gorkey
Subcategory: Health & Medical Law
Language: English
Publisher: Kluwer Law International; 2nd ed. edition (April 7, 2011)
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Law
Rating: 4.7
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Tolga Guven of Marmara University, Istanbul Read .

Tolga Guven of Marmara University, Istanbul Read 12 publications Contact Tolga Guven. In Turkey, the medical degree/diploma of the physician candidate, when approved by the Ministry of Health, also acts as a licence to practice medicine. There is no separate licensing process for physicians (and for other healthcare professionals). Understanding dental ethics as a field separate from its much better known counterpart, medical ethics, is a relatively new, but necessary approach in bioethics. This need is particularly felt in dental education and establishing a curriculum specifically for dental ethics is a challenging task.

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Medical law in Turkey. Article · January 2011 with 7 Reads. Despite the fact that Turkey has implemented a number of legislative and regulatory efforts to increase cadaveric donations, live donors still serve as the main source of organ procurement in this country. Cite this publication. To address this problem, Turkey's regulatory authorities have sought to increase the number of brain death declarations.

Gurkan Sert, Tolga Guven, Sefik Goerkey. Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this convenient volume provides comprehensive analysis of the law affecting the physician-patient relationship in Turkey

Gurkan Sert, Tolga Guven, Sefik Goerkey. Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this convenient volume provides comprehensive analysis of the law affecting the physician-patient relationship in Turkey. Cutting across the traditional compartments with which lawyers are familiar, medical law is concerned with issues arising from this relationship, and not with the many wider juridical relations involved in the broader field of health care law.

Gurkan Sert, Marmara University, Medical Ethics and History Department, Faculty Member. Advance directives are not a part of the healthcare service in Turkey. Studies Medieval Medicine, Medical Humanities, and Medical Ethics. This may be related with the fact that paternalism is common among the healthcare professionals in the country, and patients are not yet integrated in the decision-making process adequately. However, starting from the enactment of the Regulation of Patient Rights in 1998, this situation started to change.

Despite the fact that Turkey has implemented a number of legislative and regulatory efforts to increase cadaveric donations, live donors still serve as the main source of organ procurement in this country.

Gurkan Sert Tolga Guven. Department of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine, Marmara University Faculty of Medicine,, Istanbul, Turkey. Authors: Sefik Gorkey Tolga Guven Gurkan Sert. J Med Ethics 2013 Oct 17;39(10):632-5. Epub 2013 Apr 17. J Med Ethics 2012 Jan 2;38(1):60-3. Epub 2011 Sep 2. Marmara Universitesi Tip Fakultesi, Haydarpasa Kampusu Deontoloji AD, Tibbiye cad. No. 49, Uskudar, Istanbul, Turkey. Download full-text PDF.

By Gürkan Sert, Tolga Güven, Sefik Görkey.

Dr Tolga Guven and Dr Gurkan Sert argue the Turkish legal principles do not give clear guidance about the permissibility of medical paternalism. They then argue that the best interpretation of these principles requires respect for patients’ rights

Dr Tolga Guven and Dr Gurkan Sert argue the Turkish legal principles do not give clear guidance about the permissibility of medical paternalism. They then argue that the best interpretation of these principles requires respect for patients’ rights. I agree that medical paternalism is wrong, but the truth of this claim does not depend on legal interpretation or medical culture. Further, the antipaternalist thesis of Guven and Sert may command much more extensive reforms than they acknowledge. Care of the Dying Patient.

Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this convenient volume provides comprehensive analysis of the law affecting the physician-patient relationship in Turkey. Cutting across the traditional compartments with which lawyers are familiar, medical law is concerned with issues arising from this relationship, and not with the many wider juridical relations involved in the broader field of health care law.

After a general introduction, the book systematically describes law related to the medical profession, proceeding from training, licensing, and other aspects of access to the profession, through disciplinary and professional liability and medical ethics considerations and quality assurance, to such aspects of the physician-patient relationship as rights and duties of physicians and patients, consent, privacy, and access to medical records. Also covered are specific issues such as organ transplants, human medical research, abortion, and euthanasia, as well as matters dealing with the physician in relation to other health care providers, health care insurance, and the health care system.

Succinct and practical, this book will prove to be of great value to professional organizations of physicians, nurses, hospitals, and relevant government agencies. Lawyers representing parties with interests in Turkey will welcome this very useful guide, and academics and researchers will appreciate its comparative value as a contribution to the study of medical law in the international context.