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Casebook on European Union health law

Paperback Engels 2014 9789046606780
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Health is becoming increasingly important to the European Union. The EU Court of Justice has also been involved in many health-related issues.

The 'Casebook on European Union Health Law' offers practitioners and students an opportunity to discover and understand the Court of Justice's case law through highlights from health (related) decisions. It presents a range of carefully edited extracts, that clearly illustrate the essence and reasoning behind each decision. Compiled to be used in conjunction with Maklu's EU Health Law Treaties and Legislation, this book covers an important part of the graduate European health law course in a series of structured chapters dealing with human rights and health, public health, patient safety/consumer protection, safety and health at work, patient mobility, professional mobility, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, privacy and data protection, insurance, competition and public procurement.

The book is indispensable for practitioners and students of health law and policy.

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ISBN13:9789046606780
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:714
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:24-4-2014
Hoofdrubriek:Juridisch
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Over André den Exter

André den Exter [ed.] is a lecturer in Health law and holds the Jean Monnet Chair on European Union health law at the Institute of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

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Over Maria Eva Foldes

Mária Éva Földes has been appointed as Assistant Professor at the Institute for European Integration Research, University of Vienna.

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