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Закон № 2435-xii О здравоохранении (Law number 2435-xii On Healthcare)

Belarus Government of the Republic of Belarus Country Resources General Health Legislation Belarus 18 June 1993 Legislation/regulation health promotion, medicine, public health

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Настоящий закон направлен на обеспечение правовых, организационных, экономических и социальных основ государственного регулирования в области здравоохранения в целях сохранения, укрепления и восстановления здоровья населения. Регламентирует структуру здравоохранения, полномочия сторон, регулирует оказание медицинской помощи, проведение медицинской экспертизы, обеспечение граждан республики Беларусь лекарственными средствами, изделиями медицинского назначения и медицинской техникой, проведение клинических испытаний, прописывает права и обязанности пациентов, гарантии, права и обязанности работников здравоохранения, научную деятельность в области здравоохранения и другие вопросы.

This law is aimed at ensuring the legal, institutional, economic and social foundations of state regulation in the field of health care in order to preserve strengthen and restore the health of the population. It describes the structure of the health care, authority of the parties, regulate health care, medical examination, providing the citizens of the Republic of Belarus of medicines, medical supplies and medical equipment, clinical trials, prescribes the rights and duties of patients, guarantees, rights and responsibilities of health professionals, scientific activity and other issues.


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