Ārstniecības personas tiesības uz reliģiskās pārliecības brīvību un to īstenošana, sniedzot veselības aprūpes pakalpojumus Latvijā: konstitucionālās aizsardzības ietvars

Translated title of the contribution: Medical Practitioners Right to Freedom of Religion when Providing Health Care Services in the Republic of Latvia: Constitutional Protection Framewor

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Abstract

The article presents constitutional protection of medical practitioner’s right to
freedom of religion in the context of the Republic of Latvia international obligations.
The author of the article has studied the content of Article 99 of the Constitution
of the Republic of Latvia that reveals medical practitioner’s right to freedom of religion
constitutional protection. To explore medical practitioner’s right to freedom of religion
boundaries, when providing health-care services, the author of the article has analysed
the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union
case law. In order to develop a medical practitioner’s rights in the Repub
Translated title of the contributionMedical Practitioners Right to Freedom of Religion when Providing Health Care Services in the Republic of Latvia: Constitutional Protection Framewor
Original languageLatvian
Pages (from-to)102
Number of pages118
JournalSocrates
Volume8
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords*

  • patient
  • medical practitioner
  • health care
  • health services
  • freedom of religion
  • constitutional protection
  • ārstniecības persona
  • pacients
  • veselības aprūpes pakalpojums
  • reliģiskās pārliecības brīvība
  • konstitucionālā aizsardzība
  • medicīnas tiesības
  • reliģija

Field of Science*

  • 5.5 Law

Publication Type*

  • 1.2. Scientific article included in INT1 or INT2 category journal of ERIH database

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