Medical Confidentiality and Legal Privilege


Confidentiality in the era of AIDS is a 'buzz-word' in medical practice. But in the court room there is no confidentiality. This book asks: Why is this the case? Why are other professional confidential relationships protected in the court room? McHale discusses the extent of the doctors legal obligation to keep patient information confidential and asks whether there is need for statutory reform


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