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Sanisalova Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Candidate of juridical sciences, associate professor, sub-department of private and public law, Penza State University (Penza, 40 Krasnaya str.),
Katomina Viktoriya Aleksandrovna, Candidate of juridical sciences, associate professor, sub-department of state and legal disciplines, Penza State University (Penza, 40 Krasnaya str.),

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The article examines the theoretical and legal problems of development of medical law as an academic discipline and field of science. This work provides answers to questions such as what is the legal nature of the medical law, what is its subject and method, which aspects should be included in the curriculum requirements for teachers of «Medical law», etc. The authors have determined the purpose, content of the course of medical law, the relationships with other branches of Medical law as well as knowledge and skills that students must master at the end of the study course. Special significance in recent years is taken on by professional medical expertise and legal experience of legal regulation of medical practice, and pretrial and judicial practice of dealing with specific issues between the consumers of health care services and the organizations providing thereof. Teaching medical law is significant for future lawyers and doctors. Medical law as a branch of law is evolving and is not developed as an academic discipline, obligatory for all legal and medical schools. Relations in the field of medical law are diverse and heterogeneous, include elements of civil, financial, administrative and constitutional (from health care management to specific relationships between medical institutions and citizens), which is reflected in the complex legal rules that make up the interdisciplinary legal institution and education complex legislation on health protection. Medical (medical, health care) law or the law on health care is a complex body of law, a system of regulations or standards governing the organizational, property, personal relations arising in connection with the sanitary-epidemiological measures and the provision of preventive and curative care to citizens. It is suggested to introduce a special course «Civil legal issues of medical law in the Russian Federation» for civil-law students.

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Medical law, complex field of law, sources of medical law, medical ethics, agreement for the provision of medical and preventive care, health insurance.

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