Practitioner Guides

 

Structure for each right and responsibility

Name of Specific Right
1. Right as Stated in European Charter of Patients Rights (for rights 1-14)
2. Right as Stated in Country Constitution//Legislation
3. Supporting Regulations/Bylaws/Orders
4. Provider Codes of Ethics
5. Other Relevant Sources
6. Practical Examples: Compliance, Violation and Actual Cases
7. Practice Notes for Lawyers
8. Cross-Referencing Relevant International and Regional Rights
Name of Specific Responsibility
1. Note of Explanation for How Responsibility Relates to Patient Care
2. Responsibility as Stated in Country Constitution//Legislation
3. Supporting Regulations/Bylaws/Orders
4. Provider Codes of Ethics
5. Practical Examples: Compliance, Violations and Actual Cases
6. Practice Notes for Lawyers

VII. National Provider Rights and Responsibilities

Providers’ Rights
1. Right to Work in Adequate Conditions
2. Right to Freedom of Association
3. Right to Due Process
4+: Additional Rights in Specific Country
Providers’ Responsibilities (to be identified by each country)

 Structure for each right and responsibility

Name of Specific Right
1. Note of Explanation for How Right Relates to Health Providers
2. Right as Stated in Country Constitution//Legislation, Including Licensing and Certification Statutes
3. Supporting Regulations/Bylaws/Orders
4. Provider Codes of Ethics
5. Other Relevant Sources
6. Practical Examples: Compliance, Violation and Actual Cases
7. Practice Notes for Lawyers
8. Cross-referencing Relevant International and Regional Rights
Name of Specific Responsibility
1. Note of Explanation for How Responsibility Relates to Health Providers
2. Responsibility as Stated in Country Constitution//Legislation, Including Licensing and Certification Statutes
3. Supporting Regulations/Bylaws/Orders
4. Provider Codes of Ethics
5. Other Relevant Sources
6. Practical Examples: Compliance, Violation, and Actual Cases
7. Practice Notes for Lawyers

VIII. National Procedures

A. Mechanisms to Protect/Enforce Rights and Responsibilities in Court
1. Administrative Procedure
2. Civil Procedure
3. Criminal Procedure
B. Alternative Mechanisms to Protect/Enforce Rights and Responsibilities
1. Office of Public Prosecutor
2. Office of Ombudsperson
3. Ministries of Internal Affairs
4. Ethics Review Committee
5. Inspectorate of Health Facilities
6. Other
C. Annex of Documents and Forms
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
A. International
B. Country-Specific

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