European Union Health Law: Treaties and Legislation
André den Exter, Tamara K. Hervey
Maklu, 2012 - Law - 606 pages
This volume contains EU-related health legislation relevant to legal training programs on EU law and healthcare. Despite the availability of numerous handbooks, a collection of EU legislation on health has been missing. The book includes relevant treaty law provisions and secondary legislation (abridged) on health or health-related norms, clustered as: EU treaty law * human rights and health * public health * patient safety * consumer protection * patient mobility * mobility of health professionals * pharmaceuticals * medical devices * data protection * insurance * competition law.
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