Welcome to the Community of Practice (CoP), a place for advocates and faculty of law, human rights, and patient care courses to share materials and resources. Additionally, we invite health providers and health managers, NGO activists, students and other stakeholders in health care service delivery to develop a network of strong practices regarding human rights in patient care. The Community of Practice has 3 main sections: Teaching Law and Health, Trainings on Human Rights in Patient Care, and Media Tools. Under Teaching, you will find topical modules and materials from past seminars on human rights in patient care. We invite you to visit all of the sections, use the materials, and provide feedback as we continue to expand the Community of Practice.

Georgia: Teaching Law and Health – Courses Overview

  • Author: Maia Mestvirishvili, Irina Bakradze, Tina Tsomaia

Kyrgyzstan Pilot Curriculum Draft: "Legal Basics of Kyrgyz Citizens' Health Protection"

  • Author: Working Group from Kyrgyz State Medical Institute of Retraining and Advanced Training and the Kygyz Medical Accreditatio

Observance of the Rights of Injecting Drug Users in the Public Health Care System

  • Author: Soros Foundation Kyrgyzstan and the Law and Health Initiative (LAHI) of the Open Society Institute Public Health Program

Health Care Ethics and the Law (Fall 2000)

  • Author: Professor Erin Nelson, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta

What is Power of Attorney?

  • Author: Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association
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