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Pacientu tiesību likums 2010 (Law On the Rights of Patients)

the Republic of Latvia The Parliament of the Republic of Latvia Country Resources Human Rights Legislation Latvia 1 March 2010 Legislation/regulation health service, quality care

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Likuma mērķis ir veicināt labvēlīgas attiecības starp pacientu un veselības aprūpes pakalpojumu sniedzēju, sekmējot pacienta aktīvu līdzdalību savas veselības aprūpē, kā arī nodrošināt viņam iespēju īstenot un aizstāvēt savas tiesības un intereses.

The purpose of this Law is to promote favourable relationships between a patient and the provider of health care services, facilitating active participation of the patient in his or her health care, as well as to provide him or her with an opportunity to implement and protect his or her rights and interests.


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