Why the courts are as important as hospitals to the nation’s health

23 July 2009

Tuesday 3 November

Professor Dame Hazel Genn (UCL Laws)

Professor Genn will focus on the critical ways in which courts support society and the economy and on how they have directly improved standards of medicine practice and health care. She will also discuss new evidence about the link between access to justice and health and consider whether much of what turns up in doctors’ surgeries (including requests for anti-depressants) are in fact the results of an inability to access the courts.

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