Ni Made Witari Dewi
Bali Dwipa University

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Delegation of Authority from Dentists to Dental and Oral Therapists in Performing Medical Actions From a Legal Perspective Ni Made Witari Dewi
Focus Journal : Law Review Vol 1 No 1 (2021): Focus Journal Law Review
Publisher : Departement of Research and Community Services BALI DWIPA UNIVERSITY

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.62795/fjl.v1i1.5

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Legal protection for the dental and oral therapist profession in carrying out medical actions is often less of a concern because in certain circumstances dental and oral therapists take actions that are not under their authority but are the authority of the dentist. Regulation of the Minister of Health Number 20 of 2016 concerning Permits and Implementation of the Practice of Dental and Oral Therapists, among others, regulates the competence and authority of dental and oral therapists in medical procedures. So the researchers focused on the problem, namely how is the delegation of authority from dentists to dental and oral therapists in carrying out medical actions? The method used in this study is a normative research method and the problem approach used is the applicable law approach and the conceptual approach. The results of the discussion found that the delegation of authority of dentists to dental and oral therapists in medical actions viewed from a legal perspective is that dentists can delegate a medical or dental action to nurses, midwives or certain other health workers in writing in carrying out medical or medical actions. tooth. This is clearly stated in Ministerial Regulation Number 2052 of 2011 concerning Practice Licenses and Implementation of Medical Practices. In Regulation of the Minister of Health Number 20 of 2016 concerning Permits and Implementation of Dental and Oral Therapist Practices, dental and oral therapists can carry out services under the supervision of a mandated delegation of authority from dentists. The two legal umbrellas can certainly make understanding and legal protection for dentists and dental and oral therapists in carrying out medical actions.
Patient Legal Protection Against Pharmacists Negligence in Drug Information Services at Pharmacies: Patient Legal Protection Against Pharmacists Negligence in Drug Information Services at Pharmacies Ni Made Witari Dewi
Focus Journal : Law Review Vol 2 No 1 (2022): Focus Journal Law Review
Publisher : Departement of Research and Community Services BALI DWIPA UNIVERSITY

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.62795/fjl.v2i1.21

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Legal protection for patients due to negligence of pharmacists in providing drug information at pharmacies has received less attention because patients consider errors in providing drug information cannot be legally sued. Regulation of the Minister of Health Number 73 of 2016 concerning Pharmaceutical Service Standards in Pharmacies explains that pharmacists when handing over drugs to patients are accompanied by the provision of drug information. Patients are consumers who consume goods and or services from pharmacists in the form of drugs. Law Number 8 of 1999 concerning Consumer Protection explains that consumers have the right to correct, clear, and honest information regarding the conditions and guarantees of goods and/or services. So the researchers focused on the problem, namely what is the form of legal protection for patients against pharmacist negligence in drug information services at pharmacies? and how to solve problems between patients and pharmacists in drug information services at pharmacies?. The method used in this study is a normative research method and the problem approach used is the applicable law approach and the conceptual approach. The results of the discussion found that the forms of legal protection that can be taken by patients are preventive legal protection and repressive legal protection. Legal remedies that can be taken by patients are through mediation, if the mediation is not resolved, then the patient can sue the pharmacist in court or out of court.