create a presentation examining the law in Saudi Arabia as it pertains to licensure of physicians and medical malpractice as shown in the Ministry of Health. (2005, December 6), Law of practicing health professions. Be sure to include:
- An analysis of the purpose of the law;
- The ethical principles guiding this law;
- The definition of “medical malpractice” written in your own words
- How the requirements detailed in sections 1 & 2 aid in preventing malpractice
- Recommendations that would improve the law to further meet the goals of its purpose.
Your well-written presentation should meet the following requirements:
- Be 10 slides in length, with eight content slides in addition to the title slide and at least one reference slide (you may add as many reference slides as you need if you include more than 4 articles). Presentation notes (100-150 words) are required for each slide. Notes must draw from and cite relevant reference materials. Add notes to the speaker’s notes section of the PowerPoint presentation.
- Follow APA
- Alhabshan, K. S. (2018). Medical malpractice litigation in Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Scientific and Education Research, 2(2), 202-214.
- Alkhenizan, A. H., & Shafiq, M. R. (2018). The process of litigation for medical errors in Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom. Saudi Medical Journal, 39(11), 1075-1081.
- Hazzazi, H. (2018, January 12). The nightmare of medical mistakes. Saudi Gazette. Retrieved from http://saudigazette.com.sa/article/526026
- Wang, F., & Krishnan, S. K. (2019). Medical malpractice claims within cardiology from 2006 to 2015. The American Journal of Cardiology, 123(1), 164-168.
- Cwiek, M., Kikano, G., Novaretti, M., & Klaus, J. (2018). International implications of open disclosure of medical errors, and the superiority of full risk integration. Journal of Global Business and Technology, 14(2), 1-14.