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dc.contributor.authorŠpokienė, Indrė
dc.date.accessioned2014-11-07T11:20:23Z
dc.date.available2014-11-07T11:20:23Z
dc.identifier.urihttps://www3.mruni.eu/ojs/health-policy-and-management/article/view/277/268
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.mruni.eu/handle/007/12834
dc.description.abstractThe paper analyzes the peculiarities of the duties to “take case of health” in respect of the person and the state in the legal acts of Lithuania. The duties of the person apply both in respect of the person as the resident of Lithuania and in respect of the person as the patient. As the patient, the person, according to the Law on the rights of patients and compensation for the damage to their health and the internal regulations of health care institutions, is obliged to take care of own health. As the resident of the Republic of Lithuania, the person according to the Law on the health system has to fulfill the duty to take care not only of his/her own, but also of the health of the parents and under age children. The conclusion is made that the requirement for the person who has the legal status of the person is more important, because in case of the failure to fulfill it, certain legal consequences may arise. Meanwhile, the duty of the resident to take care of own health is evaluated as declarative. The general peculiarity that complicates the implementation of the duty “to take care of own health”, and at the same time, the legal assessment, is the lack of clarity and wideness of the concept of “health”. This also applies with the aim of assessing the possibilities of the implementation of the resident’s duties to take care of the health of “own under age children” and “own parents.” Nevertheless, the analysis of provisions of the Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts that provide the duty of the parents to maintain their under age children and adequately, the duty of adult children to maintain parents who are in need of the support (fulfilling the health care needs in both cases) allows to claim that both the duty of the parents and the duty of the children to take care of each other’s health under the Law on the health system of the Republic of Lithuania, are not only declarative norms. The second part of the paper is aimed at analysis of the provision “the state shall take care of people‘s health” of the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania. It has been established that the crucial presumption of the duty – the implementation of the rights to health care established under international human rights documents (that Lithuania adhered to or ratified). It has been revealed that this duty under the constitutional doctrine of Lithuania is treated more as the function of the state, the public interest, and not the individual right to achieve certain health care services guaranteed by the Constitution. In consideration of the constitutional doctrine, it has to be recognized that the implementation of this duty cannot be separated from the state‘s social and economic situation, the needs and possibilities of the society and the state, and other factors. However, it can be claimed that in certain cases it is possible to argue whether the state which has established a certain requirement really does not infringe the rights of the specific patient/ resident in the field of health care.en
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dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.titleLietuvos teisės aktuose asmeniui ir valstybei adresuotų pareigų "rūpintis sveikata“ teisinis vertinimasen
dc.title.alternativeLegal assessment of the duties to “take care of health” of the person and the state according to Lithuanian legislationen
dc.typeArticleen
dc.description.abstract-ltŠiame straipsnyje gilinamasi į Lietuvos teisės aktuose asmeniui ir valstybei adresuotų pareigų ,,rūpintis sveikata“ ypatumus. Asmeniui įpareigojimai keliami kaip Lietuvos gyventojui ir kaip pacientui. Kaip pacientas asmuo Lietuvos Respublikos pacientų teisių ir žalos sveikatai atlyginimo įstatymu bei asmens sveikatos priežiūros įstaigų vidaus tvarkos taisyklėmis yra įpareigotas rūpintis savo sveikata, o kaip gyventojas Lietuvos Respublikos sveikatos sistemos įstatymo nurodymu turėtų vykdyti pareigą rūpintis ne tik savo, bet ir savo tėvų bei nepilnamečių vaikų sveikata. Kyla klausimas, kiek įgyvendinamos ir teisiškai įpareigojančios yra šios nuostatos? Todėl šių teisinių pareigų turinys analizuojamas ir teisinis vertinimas atliekamas pirmojoje straipsnio dalyje. Antroji straipsnio dalis skirta Lietuvos Respublikos Konstitucijoje įtvirtintos nuostatos ,,valstybė rūpinasi žmonių sveikata“ analizei. Aiškinantis ir vertinant tokio valstybės prisiimto įsipareigojimo, taigi ir atsakomybės, apimtis ir ribas atskleidžiamos šios normos įtvirtinimo nacionalinėje teisėje prielaidos, turinys Lietuvos konstitucinėje doktrinoje ir sveikatos teisės moksle.en
dc.identifier.aleph000012562en
dc.publication.sourceSveikatos politika ir valdymas, 2012, [Nr.] 1(4)en
dc.subject.facultyTeisės fakultetasen
dc.subject.keywordPaciento pareigosen
dc.subject.keywordPaciento pareigų teisinis reguliavimasen
dc.subject.keywordRūpintis žmonių sveikataen
dc.subject.keywordPatient' dutiesen
dc.subject.keywordLegal regulationen
dc.subject.keywordLook after one’s healthen
dc.subject.publicationtypeS3en
dc.subject.sciencedirection01S - Teisėen


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