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Cuestiones Politicas ; 38(66):266-277, 2020.
Article in English | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-931954


The current stage of training and development of medical law is characterized by discussions on the allocation of medical law in a separate law institute, all in the context of the global COVID-19 crisis This article aims to identify the concept of medical law institute, including the justification for the need to establish a medical law institution and the consideration of sub-institutes (sub-branches) of medical law The main method for the study of this topic was the method of analysis, which allows to comprehensively consider the sub-institutes of medical law and the reasons for the separation of the institute of medical law The document presents the classification of the drug circulation sub-institute (sub-branch) and reveals the components of the structure of medical law In conclusion, it highlights that, the formation and development of medical law must be based on the following principles: first, it must have the essential characteristics of the law;and, secondly, it must arise and exist in the field of medical professional activity: in the science, practice, ethics and deontology of medical personnel, the rules and procedures of medical institutions