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The level of information and knowledge of air force hospital personnel about law in medicine
M Darvishi *, S Zareiy, K Alizadeh
Abstract:   (11843 Views)
Introduction: Based on many patients’ complaints about attending physicians and pharmaceuticals the problem has been adequately discussed and a branch of law called medical law has been developed which obliges the professionals in these fields to strictly abide by.
Materials and Methods: To evaluate the implementation of Such Law in Be’sat hospital a questioner was devised and after Completion it was assessed in a Seminar in the winter of 1384 and statistically through Software devices were analyzed.
Results: Two groups each of 50 respondents completed the before and after attending the seminar. In both groups, sex, age, and education were the same. Though there was a noticeable difference between the supposed knowledge of two groups (p<0.05) no difference was seen in the real knowledge after studying the questionnaires.
Conclusion: Therefore it is concluded that the continuation of upgrading medical expertise and the awareness of medical professionals through participation in educational meetings in diagnosis and skills is the most important way of observing the medical laws and minimizing the complaints of the patients, limiting the penalty rates and the permissible time for complaints and also increasing the judges, lawyer, consultants, and patient's fees can maintain the doctors respect to a large extent.
Keywords: Law in Medicine, Medical Misjudgment, Complaint
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2012/03/8 | Accepted: 2014/06/3 | Published: 2014/06/3

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