- Title Pages
- For Emma Victoria, and Mélisande ‘Millie’ Ottoline, and Lily Jorja
- General Editor's Preface
- Table of Cases
- Table of Legislation
- 1 An Ill-Suited and Inappropriate Union? Exploring the Relationship Between the Criminal Justice System and Health Care
- 2 Criminalizing Medical Malpractice
- 3 Medical Manslaughter: The Rise (and Replacement) of a Contested Crime?
- 4 Medical or Managerial Manslaughter?
- 5 When Are Errors a Crime?—Lessons from New Zealand
- 6 Euthanasia and the Defence of Necessity: Advocating a More Appropriate Legal Response*
- 7 Criminal Law is the Problem, Not the Solution
- 8 Lessons in Legal and Judicial Ethics From <i>Schiavo</i>: The Special Responsibilities of Lawyers and Judges in Cases Involving Persons with Severe Cognitive Disabilities
- 9 Medical Treatment at the End of Life—A British Doctor's Perspective
- 10 Dignity: The Difference Between Abortion and Neonaticide for Severe Disability
- 11 Terminating Life and Human Rights: The Fetus and the Neonate
- 12 Non-treatment of Severely Disabled Newborns and Criminal Liability Under Spanish Law<sup>1</sup>
- 13 Should We Criminalize HIV Transmission?
- 14 The Rightful Domain of the Criminal Law
- 15 Medicalizing Crime—Criminalizing Health? The Role of Law
- The Criminal Justice System and Health Care
- Oxford University Press
Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter.
If you think you should have access to this title, please contact your librarian.