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Ethical Judgments: Re-Writing Medical Law
Prioritising the best interests of the animal and re-framing veterinary negligence
Veterinary negligence within the United Kingdom is under-litigated and under-theorised. Further, the owner-property dyadic means those who have suffered emotional harm cannot claim whilstExpand
Brady v Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust [2020] EWHC 158: 'Pure Diagnosis' Claims and Setting the Professional Standard of Care.
TLDR
The High Court confirmed the applicability of Bolam and Bolitho and found that the defendant hospital had not been negligent and suggested that an alternative reading evidences a case which lays the groundwork for reconsidering the doctor-patient relationship in the context of treatment and diagnosis actions. Expand