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But it was the decision that resulted from the death of the judge, which has been ruled lawful, which has not been accepted by the inquest.
«In this case, the cause and manner of death were determined by the legal process and not by the medical report,» Ms Stinson said.
The coroner was unable to provide a cause of death or cause of death certificate.
«The coroner believes there was a serious lapse of judgement in the circumstances in which the death occur카지노 사이트red,» Ms Stinson said.
‘Death to a professional’
Ms Stinson said the hospital and state authorities had failed to act quickly because «there is a concern for a legal requirement that coroners should disclose their views on the circumstances of a death».
«The system failed the nurses. If a hospital is negligent then it must fix더킹카지노 the system.
«The result is death to a professional, and so we believe they did so,» she said.
Ms Stinson said an independent clinical standards auditor would have found that nurses breached legal obligations.
«The hospital failed to meet the law of professional duty,» she said.
In June 2010 an inquest heard in Queensland that the death of senior medical executive David Jett was due to an «unfortunate accident» that was unlikely to be corrected by a coroner in future, and the judge’s decision not to disclose the coroner’s report.
The new coroner’s ruling, in July last year, also raised concerns about the lack of any specific law that allowed a hospital to decide it had to disclose the results of its investigations in the absence of a medical report.
She found it inappropriate for Ms Jett’s family and medical staff to have been kept in the dark about the results of their own investigation, and recommended they be given an opportunity to be consulted.
«The family members and family members’ staff also had access to the final report as part of their normal working arrangements,» the new coroner told the inquest.
«I am satisfied the court’s conclusion did not reach the issues raised in the inquiry, for these reasons.»
The coroner said the death of Ms Jett had been reported to the coroner’s office and, even though there had been a subsequent investigation, it would not have been a criminal matter.
«The coroner’s investigation took a time to complete and involved both public and private medical, legal and forensic advice. Non