Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course is aimed at Learning the most important aspects of orivate law of relevance to health care staff. In particular I) Knowlwdge of basic private law institutions relevant to healthcare staff. II) Ability to apply knowlwdge and comprehension. At the end of the course the student will be able to analyse facts and apply the appropriate law to the case presented to them. III) Autonomy of judgment. The student through the his or her acquired knowledge will be able to evaluate and analyse legal decision in subject. IV) Communicative Skills. The student will be able to express himself or herself and speak confidently on this subject.
Course contents summary
The first part of the module concerns the individual right of naturals persons and entities. The second part covers the genral discipline of the mandatory relationship with regards to obligations arising out of unlawful acts in particular the responsability of healthcare personnel.
The general part of the course can be studied from an up-to-date manual on private law institutions, chosen by the students.
The course will consist of 16 hours of lectures, with some additional anaytical classroom workshops on case law to facilitate a deeper understanding of the subject .
Assessment methods and criteria
The achivement of all the educational objectives ( I,II,III, IV) will bee assessed through a test with multiple choice questions which will evaluate the student’s understanding and knowledge of the course components.
The didactic materal used in lectures will be available to the student on the Elly portal.