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Doctors' liabilities to third parties
Record ID:
22391
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
2001
Author:
Langford, Allison ;
Source:
LIJ (2001) 75 No 11
Date_of_entry:
23/11/2001
Notes:
Assessing whether a duty of care exists is becoming more difficult, as the High Court in recent years has reviewed traditional notions such as proximity. The duties of health care professionals in Australia, the UK and US, and how far the boundaries continue to be extended, are examined.
Section:
Feature
Month:
December


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