Practitioner Guides

 

II. International Framework for Human Rights in Patient Care

Introduction
Key Sources
Patient Rights:

A. Right to Liberty and Security of the Person
B. Right to Privacy
C. Right to Information
D. Right to Bodily Integrity
E. Right to Life
F. Right to the Highest Attainable Standard of Health
G. Freedom from Torture and Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment
H. Right to Participate in Public Policy
I. Right to Non-Discrimination and Equality

Provider Rights:
J. Right to Work in Decent Conditions
K. Right to Freedom of Association
L. Right to Due Process and Related Rights

III. European Framework for Human Rights in Patient Care

Patient Rights:
Key Sources
Patient Rights:

A. Right to Liberty and Security of the Person
B. Right to Privacy
C. Right to Information
D. Right to Bodily Integrity
E. Right to Life
F. Right to the Highest Attainable Standard of Health
G. Freedom from Torture and Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment
H. Right to Participate in Public Policy
I. Right to Non-Discrimination and Equality

Provider Rights:
J. Right to Work in Decent Conditions
K. Right to Freedom of Association
L. Right to Due Process and Related Rights

IV. International and Regional Procedures

A. Introduction
B. The International System
C. The European System
D. Complaint Procedure: European Convention on Human Rights

V. Country-Specific Notes

A. Status of International and Regional Law
B. Status of Precedent
C. Legal and Health Systems

VI. National Patients’ Rights and Responsibilities

A. Patients’ Rights
1. Right to Preventive Measures
2. Right of Access
3. Right to Information
4. Right to Consent
5. Right to Free Choice
6. Right to Privacy and Confidentiality
7. Right to Respect for Patient Time
8. Rights to Observance of Quality Standards
9. Right to Safety
10. Right to Innovation
11. Right to Avoid Unnecessary Suffering and Pain
12. Right to Personalized Treatment
13. Right to Complain
14. Right to Compensation
15+: Additional Rights in Specific Country

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