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Medicine and law, a necessary dialogue

Sumptuous book launching event and debate meeting focused on health law topics

2013-02-22 17:11:24

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STOICA & Asociatii together with publication house Wolters Kluwer, with support of Legal Research Institute of the Romanian Academy and The Diplomat - Bucharest organized a sumptuous book launching event and debate meeting focused on health law topics on February 20, at the Romanian Academy - Academics Club. Personalities from both legal and medical world like PhD. Professor Ion Turcu, Academician Ioanel Sinescu, Academician Laurentiu M. Popescu, PhD. Professor Valeriu Stoica, PhD. Professor Crina-Julieta Sinescu, PhD. Professor Vladimir Belis, MD. Vasile Cepoi, MD. Mircea Cinteza, Mr. Dan Stoica, Director with Wolters Kluwer gathered to discuss about current legal and medical aspects, public health insurance contract issues, professional obligations and liability, bioethics. "Between law and medicine there are many more connections than someone is tempted to believe. Law accompanies human being before birth, for example, from conception and sometimes, beyond death. Who else does that? Medicine. That is why, between law and medicine there are many bridges. I think these two are the only professional areas observing man from conception to beyond the passing or in eternity" said PhD. Professor Valeriu Stoica, STOICA & Asociatii. "No one may be compelled to become a doctor. No one dreams to become patient. No patient conceives putting his life in the hands of the doctor. Not every death of a patient is because of the doctor. Not every doctor's mistake should remain without consequences." added PhD. Professor Ion Turcu. "I wonder if, the next book immediately after this one on health law shouldn't be about the health of law - by someone courageous and righteous enough, by law meaning proper administration of justice" continued Academician Laurentiu M. Popescu, President of the Romanian Academy, of Medicine Department. "Medical system must be provided, shall be provisioned with all tools of modern medicine and here I mean technology, location, medical practitioners in the health system and all things making such a system functioning properly. Normally, if all this are not beforehand fulfilled, the term malpractice is pointless before proving it." said Academician Ioanel Sinescu, Rector UMF Carol Davila Bucharest. "It is no accident that besides the three pillars invoked here by Professor Sinescu, namely education, justice, health, we have today in this panel, a fourth pillar: technology." added Mr. Dan Stoica, CEO with Wolters Kluwer Romania. The debate took place with the occasion of the official launch of electronic version (eBook) of the book "Dreptul sanatatii. Frontul comun al medicului si al juristului" written by PhD. Professor Ion Turcu and published by Wolters Kluwer. This unique work of Romanian law doctrine treats with great scientific legal accuracy the current issues a doctor might be facing in his activity. The book offers the best opportunity for dialogue between doctors and lawyers.



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