Implications of the Mulago judgment on policy and administration of Mulago Hospital

Implications of the Mulago judgment on policy and administration of Mulago Hospital

Filename Mulago-Case-Brief-Final.pdf
Filesize 270 KB
Version pdf
Date added July 4, 2019
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Category Cases, General
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This is a brief of the groundbreaking Mulago case in which Jennifer Musiimenta and her husband Michael Mubangizi – together with Center for Health, Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) – sued Mulago National Referral Hospital after the mysterious disappearance of the couple’s baby in the hospital shortly after birth. The objective of the policy brief is to explain the case and to bring out the implications of the judgment on policy and administration of the maternity ward at Mulago Hospital.

Civil case No. 212 of 2013 in the High Court of Uganda: Center for Health, Human Rights and Development and Others versus Executive Director Mulago Hospital and Others.