Responsabilità sanitaria e sicurezza

A.Y. 2020/2021
6
Max ECTS
40
Overall hours
SSD
MED/43
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Learning the medical-legal, legal and ethical-deontological groundworks to health care professions, so as to be able to practice safely.
Expected learning outcomes
Knowledge of the main legal / legal /deontological rules about health care professions and practical application of these principle in daily routine.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Didactic Activity will be offered by Microsoft Teams. All classes can be followed both synchronously based (based on the second semester schedule) and asynchronously because all Lecture will be recorded and let available to students on the same platform.
In any case, the synchronous mode is preferable and strongly recommended as it allows the active participation of students through the formulation of questions and the discussion of the topics covered.
If National Regulation and University of Milan regulations, concerning social distancing, allow it, 50% of the Lessons will be held in person and simultaneously transmitted online.
Participation in face-to-face lessons will be voluntary and strongly recommended.
Course syllabus
· bioethics, method and basic elements to face clinical problems;
· human embryonic stem cells and human embryos;
· clinical trials;
· scientific research and biobanks;
· genetic tests: privacy and right not to know;
· vaccination policies: between individual choice and public health;
· Italian law 219/2017;
· understand the issues of professional accountability and safety related to the profession;
· critically evaluate the possible conditions of healthcare activity in which it is necessary to examine the implications for professional accountability and patient safety;
· legislation on informed consent and advance treatment provisions;
· recognize, prevent and manage clinical risk;
· legislation on patient safety and professional accountability;
· integrate the knowledge acquired during the course of study in cognitive sciences with concrete implementations of patient safety.
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the basic examination of SCO.
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons.
Teaching Resources
- Genovese U. et al. Glossario giuridico, assicurativo e medico-legale della responsabilità sanitaria. Maggioli Editore 2012 (1 Ed.);
- Genovese U. et al. Le linee guida e la responsabilità sanitaria. Maggioli Editore 2013;
- Boniolo G. et al. Etica alle frontiere della biomedicina. Per una cittadinanza consapevole, Mondadori Università 2014;
- Materiale Didattico a cura dei docenti distribuito agli studenti tramite Portale Ariel UniMi.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam includes multiple choice "closed" questions to achieve 30/30 score.
A brief open-ended question will allow those who have correctly answered all "closed" questions to receive cum laude.
MED/43 - FORENSIC MEDICINE - University credits: 6
Lessons: 40 hours