Health Law and Ethics Group
Nottingham Law School has a longstanding reputation for teaching and research in the field of health law and ethics. In terms of teaching it runs a popular undergraduate medical law module and has run a successful LLM in Health Law and Ethics since 2001. The School’s Health Law and Ethics Research Group has a long and successful track record of publication, conference hosting, running and participating in research projects and supervising research degrees.
Group members’ research interests lie in the medical use of the human body (especially organ transplantation but also medical research and bio-banking) and health related dignity and rights issues; capacity, treatment of the mentally incapable and mental health issues (including issues related to the employment context); and the legal aspects of risk management, clinical governance and patient safety, and nursing law.
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