Law is not taught in medical institutions and at times it is difficult for the doctors to understand the legal language. This handy book aims to help the medical practitioners know the law concerning their dayto- day practice.
The book has 18 chapters which discuss all the medico legal sections, including the Drugs Act, landmark judgement and important bare acts, which an active medical practitioners must know.
The medical practitioners, irrespective of the specialty in which they practice, should keep this handbook ready on their desks for regular update on the law in their daily practice.This will help them to always remain on the ‘right’ side of the law in any eventuality and ‘safe’ from precarious litigation.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Hitesh J Bhatt / Geetendra Sharma|
|Subject||Law in their Daily Practice|
|About the Author||
Hitesh J Bhatt is a practising gynecologist and obstetrician in Mumbai for the last 18 years.He is a medicolegal consultant and runs a firm B&S Medicolegal Consultancies. He has authored a book Consents in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He has been chairperson of FOGSI Ethics and Medicolegal Committee (2013-2016) and
Geetendra Sharma is a practising gynecologist and obstetrician in Ahmedabad for the last 24 years.He has written a book Law in Obstetric and Gynecology published by AOGS and SOGOS. A medicolegal practitioner, he has been a topper in Gujarat University with 15 gold medals during his LLB. He has given over 500 lectures on PNDT, MTP Act, and other medicolegal topics in different associations in India. He is President of AOGS (2016-17); national coordinator, Ethics and Medicolegal Committee, FOGSI; and currently a member of the managing committee,Ahmedabad Medical Association.