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Informed Consent in Health Services: How are the Patients' Rights Protected? Wahyuni, Candra Istiningsih Dwi; Laskarwati, Batari; Al Qulub, Noer Muthmainnah
Journal of Law and Legal Reform Vol 1 No 4 (2020): Globalization and Legal Reform: Recent Developments
Publisher : Postgraduate Program, Master of Laws, Faculty of Law Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jllr.v1i4.39891

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This study aims to analyze the rights of patient in medical services case on Batara Siang Hospital. This study was triggered by various problems regarding the privacy rights of patients in health services. Informed consent is an explanation by the doctor related to the condition of the patient's illness and the medical action that the doctor will take to cure the patient and then from the explanation explained by the doctor get the consent of the patient or the patient's family. Before giving emergency measures, the Batara Siang Hospital also applies an informed concentration Republic of Indonesia Health Minister Regulation Number 585/MEN.KES/PER/X/1989. This study revealed that Batara Siang Hospital always applies Informed Consent before taking medical or medical measures, but for emergency cases it is excluded because it concerns the lives of patients.
Ethical Policy in Higher Education School of Law: Case of Universitas Negeri Semarang Laskarwati, Batari; Rodiyah, Rodiyah
Journal of Law and Legal Reform Vol 1 No 4 (2020): Globalization and Legal Reform: Recent Developments
Publisher : Postgraduate Program, Master of Laws, Faculty of Law Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jllr.v1i4.39893

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This study is intended to analyze and describe the urgency of campus life ethics policy at the Faculty of Law and how ethical policy constraints campus life at the Faculty of Law. The study also aims to find obstacles in implementing the Campus Life Ethics Policy at the Faculty of Law. The concepts and theories in this study are the basic concepts of ethics and policy theory, policy implementation, legislative hierarchy, ethics, and legal system theory according to Lawrence Friedman. This type of research is a sociological juridical study with a qualitative research approach. Sources of research data come from primary data (interviews) and secondary data (literature studies and documentation). The data collection technique of this study used observation, interviews, and study of documents. This study found and revealed that there are two factors (internal and external) affected to student behaviors. Internal factors include character of students themselves, student habits, apathetic cultural factors inherent in students, and external factors include incomplete facilities, lack of in-depth socialization, lack of supervision and strict enforcement as well as interference from outside UNNES. The study concluded that the Campus Life Ethics at the Faculty of Law UNNES is able to be realized with in-depth socialization of the Regulations Chancellor Number 44 of 2018 is accompanied by supervision and strict enforcement of sanctions.
Informed Consent in Health Services: How are the Patients' Rights Protected? Wahyuni, Candra Istiningsih Dwi; Laskarwati, Batari; Al Qulub, Noer Muthmainnah
Journal of Law and Legal Reform Vol 1 No 4 (2020): Globalization and Legal Reform: Recent Developments
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jllr.v1i4.39891

Abstract

This study aims to analyze the rights of patient in medical services case on Batara Siang Hospital. This study was triggered by various problems regarding the privacy rights of patients in health services. Informed consent is an explanation by the doctor related to the condition of the patient's illness and the medical action that the doctor will take to cure the patient and then from the explanation explained by the doctor get the consent of the patient or the patient's family. Before giving emergency measures, the Batara Siang Hospital also applies an informed concentration Republic of Indonesia Health Minister Regulation Number 585/MEN.KES/PER/X/1989. This study revealed that Batara Siang Hospital always applies Informed Consent before taking medical or medical measures, but for emergency cases it is excluded because it concerns the lives of patients.
Ethical Policy in Higher Education School of Law: Case of Universitas Negeri Semarang Laskarwati, Batari; Rodiyah, Rodiyah
Journal of Law and Legal Reform Vol 1 No 4 (2020): Globalization and Legal Reform: Recent Developments
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jllr.v1i4.39893

Abstract

This study is intended to analyze and describe the urgency of campus life ethics policy at the Faculty of Law and how ethical policy constraints campus life at the Faculty of Law. The study also aims to find obstacles in implementing the Campus Life Ethics Policy at the Faculty of Law. The concepts and theories in this study are the basic concepts of ethics and policy theory, policy implementation, legislative hierarchy, ethics, and legal system theory according to Lawrence Friedman. This type of research is a sociological juridical study with a qualitative research approach. Sources of research data come from primary data (interviews) and secondary data (literature studies and documentation). The data collection technique of this study used observation, interviews, and study of documents. This study found and revealed that there are two factors (internal and external) affected to student behaviors. Internal factors include character of students themselves, student habits, apathetic cultural factors inherent in students, and external factors include incomplete facilities, lack of in-depth socialization, lack of supervision and strict enforcement as well as interference from outside UNNES. The study concluded that the Campus Life Ethics at the Faculty of Law UNNES is able to be realized with in-depth socialization of the Regulations Chancellor Number 44 of 2018 is accompanied by supervision and strict enforcement of sanctions.