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South African Journal of Bioethics and Law

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The South African Journal of Bioethics and Law is a bi-annual journal for health professionals dealing with bioethics, law, human rights and related topics. A call for papers:The SAJBL is a key new journal that is dedicated to discussions of significant and critical issues surrounding the application of bioethics, health law and human rights in clinical practice, health policy and regulation and research. The journal will be an electronic one that will be issued twice a year. The editors welcome submissions from authors under the following headings: Empirical Ethics, Clinical Ethics, Health Policy and Law, Case Studies, and Review Articles. Cross-disciplinary debate is encouraged in order to increase the understanding of the complex ethical issues challenging consumers and providers of health care.

Other websites related to this journal:http://www.sajbl.org.za/


Vol 10, No 2 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The Life Esidimeni tragedy: Constitutional oath betrayed EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ames Dhai 40-41
Were ethical and legal issues violated, or was the book Mandela’s Last Days censored? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M.A. Sathar 42-43
Life Esidimeni psychiatric patients in Gauteng Province, South Africa: Clinicians’ voices and activism – an ongoing, but submerged narrative EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Janse van Rensburg 44-47
Following on from the Life Esidimeni incident – access to care for people living with severe mental disability, according to national policy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Janse van Rensburg 48-51
The Life Esidimeni tragedy: A human-rights perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B.A. Ferlito, A Dhai 52-54
Deferential vulnerability and patient decision-making EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Ellis 56-57
Informed consent and deafness in South Africa: Guidelines for clinicians and researchers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Penn, V de Andrade 58-61
Password compliance for PACS work stations: Implications for emergency-driven medical environments EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T.B. Mahlaola, B van Dyk 62-66
Do doctors attending sexual-offence victims have to notify sexual-offence suspects that their patients who were forced to have unprotected sexual intercourse are HIV-positive? What should doctors do? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.J. McQuoid-Mason 67-69
Transparency in medicines regulatory affairs – reclaiming missed opportunities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Y.A. Vawda, A Gray 70-74
How do healthcare professionals manage ethical challenges regarding information in healthcare professional/patient clinical interactions? A review of concept- or argument-based articles and case analyses EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Ewuoso, S Hall, K Dierickx 75-82
Public health officials and MECs for health should be held criminally liable for causing the death of cancer patients through their intentional or negligent conduct that results in oncology equipment not working in hospitals EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.J. McQuoid-Mason 83-85
A study of the role and functions of inspectors of anatomy in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Pillay, D.J. McQuoid-Mason, K Satyapal 86-92
The 2016 CIOMS guidelines and public-health research ethics EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.R. Williams 93-95
End-of-life practices: The opinions of undergraduate medical students at a South African university EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Marais, J Smouse, G Poortier, A Fair, G Joubert, W.J. Steinberg 96-101


ISSN: 1999-7639
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