The course focuses on the Australian legal system and those legal processes and actions which impact on the provision of health care services by health professionals and institutions. While content is primarily Australian you will be required to read widely to gain a thorough knowledge of the application of the law within a Singaporean health context. The content is directed to the legal principles and legislative provisions which control safe and competent practice. The course introduces students to the philosophical theories underpinning the decision making processes in an ethical context. Students are provided with the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills needed to analyse and apply legal and ethical knowledge to their practice.
New students (Non-grandfathered students)
Offered Only in Odd YearsOffshore Trimester 2
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|Class (41626)||Open||Weeks 1 - 4, Mid-Trimester Break, 5 - 12||This is a non-timetabled class. Please refer to the course profile for further information.|