← Med Law IPAP Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Power of Attorney
- States Intrerests (Fosmire)
- Federal Tort Claims Act
- American Theory of Damages
- a Preservation of Life,
Prevention of Suicide,
Protection of Innocent 3rd parties,
Protection of the ethical integrity of health care professionals,
are examples of;
- b a legal instrument authorizing someone to act as the grantor's agent
- c This Act partially abrogates the doctrine of sovereign immunity with regard to torts and applies the doctrine of respondeat superior to make the govrnment liable.
- d A non-contractual civil wrong committed against a person or his property for which a court may award a remedy of damages.
- e An amount of money necessary to make the injured party whole.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- That patients be told about their right to refuse care and their right to execute advanced directives.
- You cannot use insurance for this type of damages.
- A durable Power of Attorney is a creature of?
- Special damages
General damages ---includes Hedonic
- 1. Torts of strict liablity
2. Intentional torts
3. Negligent torts
5 True/False Questions
Schloendorff (1914) → A legally binding agreement.
Special Damages → Subjective damages (ie. loss of enjoyment of life) are what kind of Damage.
Contract → A non-contractual civil wrong committed against a person or his property for which a court may award a remedy of damages.
Durable Power of Attorney → Grant requires legal capacity; becomes effective upon grantor's loss of decision-making capacity.
Contract → What are these two examples of;
Written or Oral
Expressed or Implied