The Architecture Behind the Malpractice Concept Guidelines

5 Pages Posted: 16 May 2019

Date Written: April 25, 2019


The right to life is a goal written in many written and unwritten norms, and alongside it, we can align the responsibility and, at the same time, the liability of those who have the duty to perform the medical act with holiness and dedication. Starting from common law, imperative norms and devices and going beyond the universal right, like for example, the one built up by the European Convention on Human Rights, we can unequivocally affirm that the right to life, health and the integrity of the individual is the most important human right, which not only the state has to protect, but every one of us. Thus, through this study, we will try to substantiate the pillars of ethics that medical art has woven its way through the passage of time, pointing to another essential goal - to prevent malpractice.

Keywords: Code of Ethics, Ethics, Health, Law, Malpractice

Suggested Citation

Canbolant, Safa Singrid Adriana, The Architecture Behind the Malpractice Concept Guidelines (April 25, 2019). RAIS Conference Proceedings - The 12th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences & Humanities. Available at SSRN: or

Safa Singrid Adriana Canbolant (Contact Author)

Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University ( email )

Splaiul Unirii nr. 176
Sector 4
Bucharest, 030134

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