Law 16 2003
- Law 16 2003
- What does Article 6 of the General Health Law say?
- Which law regulates healthcare in Spain?
- What are common principles?
- Minimum rules for the treatment of prisoners.
- When does Law 41 2002 become effective?
- What does Article 24 of the General Health Law say?
- What does Article 5 of the General Health Law say?
- Principles of protection
- What law regulates healthcare in your region?
- Who controls healthcare in Spain?
- What law regulates the right to health?
- Law 33/2011
Considering that the work of law enforcement officials * constitutes a social service of great importance and, consequently, it is necessary to maintain and, whenever necessary, improve the working conditions and status of these officials,
Bearing in mind that the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners provide for the circumstances in which prison officers may use force in the exercise of their functions,
Bearing in mind that the preparatory meeting for the Seventh United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, held in Varenna, Italy, agreed on the elements to be taken into account in further work on limitations on the use of force and firearms by law enforcement officials, Bearing in mind that the Seventh United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, held in Varenna, Italy, agreed on the elements to be taken into account in further work on limitations on the use of force and firearms by law enforcement officials,
Bearing in mind that the Seventh Congress, in its resolution 14, inter alia, stresses that the use of force and firearms by law enforcement officials must be reconciled with due respect for human rights,
What does Article 6 of the General Health Law say?
– The governments of the federative entities will contribute, within the scope of their respective competencies and under the terms of the coordination agreements entered into with the Ministry of Health, to the consolidation and operation of the National Health System.
Which law regulates healthcare in Spain?
Law 14/1986, of April 25, 1986, General Health Law is a law enacted on April 25, 1986 by the Spanish Parliament, which establishes the regulation of actions aimed at the protection of health established in Article 43 of the Spanish Constitution.
What are common principles?
The Common Principles summarize the most important elements and aspirations of parliamentary development. They are intended to guide support initiatives, using an analysis of all the factors that must be taken into account in planning and managing effective parliamentary support.
Minimum rules for the treatment of prisoners.
Law 29783, aims to promote a culture of prevention of occupational risks, based on the observation of the duty of prevention of workers, the role and participation of employees and their union companies, through which through dialogue they ensure safety and compliance with the regulations in this area.
Law 29783 regulated by Decree No. 005-2012-TR, has been amended by Law 30222, law that aims to facilitate the implementation, the maintenance of the effective level of health and safety protection by reducing the costs of productive units and the incentives to informality.
Law 29783 established the obligation for companies to have an Occupational Health and Safety Management System, among other obligations. Thanks to this law, IPER matrices can be made, during some articles we will see how these IPER matrices are made, we will offer information on safety management, etc.
When does Law 41 2002 become effective?
On May 16, 2003, Law 41/2002, of November 14, 2002, Basic Law Regulating Patient Autonomy and Rights and Obligations regarding Clinical Information and Documentation (LAP)8 came into force.
What does Article 24 of the General Health Law say?
– For the purposes of this Law, health services are understood to be all those actions carried out for the benefit of the individual and society in general, aimed at protecting, promoting and restoring the health of the individual and the community. Article 24. Public health, and. Of social assistance.
What does Article 5 of the General Health Law say?
– Users shall have the right to obtain timely health services of suitable quality and to receive professional and ethically responsible care, as well as respectful and dignified treatment from professionals, technicians and assistants.
Principles of protection
3. The provisions of this Declaration shall apply to all persons without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, age, language, religion, nationality, political or other opinion, cultural beliefs or practices, property, birth or family status, ethnic or social origin, or physical disability.
5. Judicial and administrative mechanisms shall be established and strengthened, where necessary, to enable victims to obtain redress through formal or informal procedures that are expeditious, fair, inexpensive and accessible. Victims shall be informed of their rights to obtain redress through such mechanisms.
(a) Informing victims of their role and the scope, timing and progress of the proceedings and the disposition of their cases, especially where serious crimes are involved and where they have requested such information;
(b) Allowing the views and concerns of victims to be presented and considered at appropriate stages of the proceedings whenever their interests are at stake, without prejudice to the accused and in accordance with the relevant national criminal justice system;
What law regulates healthcare in your region?
of this right are regulated by Law 14/1986, General Health Law, and are specified as follows: … Political decentralization of health care to the Autonomous Communities. Provision of comprehensive health care, ensuring high levels of quality, duly evaluated and monitored.
Who controls healthcare in Spain?
The Spanish National Health System is the entity that encompasses the health benefits and services in Spain, which, according to the law, are the responsibility of the public authorities.
What law regulates the right to health?
The General Health Law, published in the Official Gazette of the Federation on February 7, 1984, and which has undergone several re-formulations since then.
It must be said, however, that the regulation of the right to health protection, included in article 43 of the 1978 Constitution, from the point of view of the issues most closely linked to the condition of subjects of rights of the persons using health services, that is, the embodiment of the rights relating to clinical information and the individual autonomy of the patients with regard to their health, has been the object of a basic regulation at the State level, through Law 14/1986, of April 25, 1986, General Health Law.
Based on these premises, the present Law completes the provisions that the General Health Law enunciated as general principles. In this sense, it reinforces and gives special treatment to the right to patient autonomy. In particular, special mention should be made of the regulation on prior instructions, which, in accordance with the criteria established in the Oviedo Convention, contemplates the patient’s previously expressed wishes within the scope of informed consent. Likewise, the Law deals in depth with everything related to the clinical documentation generated in healthcare centers, with special emphasis on the consideration and specification of the rights of users in this respect.