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Exploring The Development Of Three Law-Based Competency Models For Public Health Practitioners, Montrece Mcneill Ransom, Brianne Yassine Jan 2019

Exploring The Development Of Three Law-Based Competency Models For Public Health Practitioners, Montrece Mcneill Ransom, Brianne Yassine

Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences

As public health promotion and protection become increasingly complex and integrated into various fields, public health law is emerging as an important tool for public health professionals. To ensure that public health professionals are adequately trained public health law, public health law-related competencies should to be integrated into educational and other programming. This article provides three competency models developed by the Public Health Law Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: (a) the public health emergency law competency model, (b) the public health law competency model, and (c) the legal epidemiology competency model. These competency models provide a ...


Public Health Law As Administrative Law: Example Lessons, Edward P. Richards Nov 2017

Public Health Law As Administrative Law: Example Lessons, Edward P. Richards

Edward P. Richards

No abstract provided.


Screening Of Prisoners For Hiv: Public Health, Legal, And Ethical Implications, John D. Kraemer Jan 2009

Screening Of Prisoners For Hiv: Public Health, Legal, And Ethical Implications, John D. Kraemer

John D Kraemer

Inmates are disproportionately impacted by HIV/AIDS in the United States. As a result, correctional health systems have often screened prisoners -- either at entry or while incarcerated -- for HIV. This paper assesses the likely public health impact of such programs and concludes that they can be beneficial so long as screening programs are linked with adequate prevention and treatment. It also assesses the conditions under which screening programs comply with or violate United States constitutional law and ethical norms.


A Theory And Definition Of Public Health Law, Lawrence O. Gostin Jan 2007

A Theory And Definition Of Public Health Law, Lawrence O. Gostin

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.


Public Health Law As Administrative Law: Example Lessons, Edward P. Richards Jan 2007

Public Health Law As Administrative Law: Example Lessons, Edward P. Richards

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.


"Public-Private" Health Law: Multiple Directions In Public Health, Nan D. Hunter Jan 2007

"Public-Private" Health Law: Multiple Directions In Public Health, Nan D. Hunter

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.


Book Review. Gostin On Public Health Law, David P. Fidler Jan 2001

Book Review. Gostin On Public Health Law, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.