On 25 October 2017, the Moldovan Human Rights Institute (IDOM) held a roundtable to present the Study Assessing the National Policies on Medical Malpractice and Securing Respect for Patient Rights in Moldova.
The organizers intended to inform the participants about the most relevant problems related to human rights with regard to medical malpractice and to seek solutions for improving the legal framework in this area.
The meeting was structured in sessions and discussion panels that aimed to elucidate the key issues related to the respective areas and the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.
The last session was dedicated to presenting the conclusions and recommendations on the gaps identified and solutions proposed.
To note that IDOM will soon hold a press conference to present the Study results and conclusions, together with the appropriate recommendations, to the public at large.
The Study will then be published on IDOM’s website –www.idom.md.
This activity was possible thanks to the generous aid of the American people provided through the US Agency for International Development (USAID). The opinions expressed belong to the Moldovan Institute for Human Rights (IDOM) and do not necessarily reflect the positions of USAID or of the US Government.