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Health Law & Policy

COURSE CODE: LB4105
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 5
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Law (LL.B)
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: School of Law
STATUS: Elective
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

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LB 1103 (Year 1, 1st Semester)

Fundamentals Of Criminal Law

LB1101 (Year 1, 1st Semester)

Introducing Law

LB1102 (Year 1, 1st Semester)

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LB2105 (Year 2, 1st Semester)

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LB2201 (Year 2, 2nd Semester)

Negligence, Strict Liability And Procedure In Torts

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LB2204 (Year 2, 2nd Semester)

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LB2205 (Year 2, 2nd Semester)

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LB3102 (Year 3, 1st Semester)

The Law Of Sale Of Goods

LB3103 (Year 3, 1st Semester)

Business Associations I

LB3104 (Year 3, 1st Semester)

Principles Of International Law I

LB3105 (Year 3, 1st Semester)

Banking And Negotiable Instruments

LB3106 (Year 3, 1st Semester)

Human Rights In Domestic Perspective

LB3201 (Year 3, 2nd Semester)

Jurisprudence Ii

LB3202 (Year 3, 2nd Semester)

Criminal Procedure

LB3203 (Year 3, 2nd Semester)

Business Associations Ii

LB3204 (Year 3, 2nd Semester)

Principles Of International Law Ii

LB3205 (Year 3, 2nd Semester)

Consumer Law & Practice

LB3206 (Year 3, 2nd Semester)

Environmental Law & Policy

LB3208 (Year 3, 2nd Semester)

Commercial Law (hire Purchase & Agency)

LB4101 (Year 4, 1st Semester)

Civil Procedure 1

LB4102 (Year 4, 1st Semester)

Revenue Law And Taxation 1

LB4103 (Year 4, 1st Semester)

International And Regional Human Rights

LB4104 (Year 4, 1st Semester)

International Trade And Business

LB4105 (Year 4, 1st Semester)

Health Law & Policy

LB4106 (Year 4, 1st Semester)

Intellectual Property Law 1

LB4107 (Year 4, 1st Semester)

Labour Law I

LB4109 (Year 4, 1st Semester)

Insurance Law

LB4201 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

Civil Procedure Ii

LB4202 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

Revenue Law & Taxation Ii

LB4203 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

International Humanitarian Law

LB4204 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

Gender And The Law

LB4205 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

Criminology And Penology

LB4206 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

Intellectual Property Law Ii

LB4207 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

Labour Law Ii

LB4208 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

Insolvency Law

LB4210 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

Alternative Dispute Resolution

LB4211 (Year 4, 2nd Semester)

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Programme

Law (LL.B)

Course Code

LB4105

Semester

Title

Health Law & Policy

Year

4

Credit Unit

5

Status

Course Description:

PURPOSE

This course will help students understand the law governing health providers and their duties towards consumers of their services.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of the course, students should be able to:

Examine health as a human right and its protection at international, regional, and domestic level.

Discuss the regulation of health care providers and institutions.

Critically analyze the rights of patients, professional negligence, and occupational health.

What are the legal implications of doctor –patient relationship.

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