Description - Clinical Practice and the Law by Simon Mills
Written by an expert medical practitioner with legal training and qualifications, this unique book is a core text for any student of medicine, dentistry, radiography, physiotherapy, psychiatry or nursing in Ireland, as well as legal practitioners advising clients in this area. It brings together all applicable law in an easy-to-read style and provides clear day-in day-out guidance for clinical practitioners, students and legal practitioners.
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Author Biography - Simon Mills
Simon Mills trained first as a doctor in Trinity College Dublin and then, while practising in a busy urban general practice, as a lawyer in University College Dublin. As both a medical and law student, he was active in various student societies: he was - at various times - President of the Irish Medical Students' Association, a finalist in a national intercollegiate television quiz programme, an actor with a variety of people who have since gone on to fame and fortune and a runner-up in the World Universities Debating Championships. At University College Dublin, he was also a gold medallist of the Literary and Historical Society, a medallist in Constitutional Law and a Swift McNeill Scholar. Following two years at Dublin's Honorable Society of King's Inns, he was called to the Irish Bar in 2002 and now practises as a barrister in medical and professional regulatory law and has been involved in a number of the leading Irish cases in the areas. For Bloomsbury, he is the author or co-author of two books and has also been a contributor to several other texts. He contributes regularly to Irish print and broadcast media on medico-legal and medical ethical matters. He lives just outside Dublin with his family and spends the summer growing vegetables and wondering why the cricketing gods are not kinder to him.