Risk-based medical regulation: an overview and critical analysis

Marty Chamberlain

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This paper outlines current developments in medical regulation in the UK and internationally and how these can be interpreted through a risk-based lense. In doing so, the paper highlights how contemporary analysis of the regulation of the professions suffers from a lack of critical consideration of the nature of growing public involvement in health care service delivery. The implications of this are considered and an research agenda set.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2016


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