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Public Authorities as Defendants: Using Bayesian Networks to determine the Likelihood of Success for Negligence claims in the wake of Oakden

@article{McLachlan2020PublicAA,
  title={Public Authorities as Defendants: Using Bayesian Networks to determine the Likelihood of Success for Negligence claims in the wake of Oakden},
  author={Scott McLachlan and Evangelia Kyrimi and Norman E. Fenton},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2002.05664}
}
  • Scott McLachlan, Evangelia Kyrimi, Norman E. Fenton
  • Published in ArXiv 2020
  • Computer Science
  • Several countries are currently investigating issues of neglect, poor quality care and abuse in the aged care sector. In most cases it is the State who license and monitor aged care providers, which frequently introduces a serious conflict of interest because the State also operate many of the facilities where our most vulnerable peoples are cared for. Where issues are raised with the standard of care being provided, the State are seen by many as a deep-pockets defendant and become the target… CONTINUE READING

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