Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Health Law and Policy Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 31 - 49 of 49

Full-Text Articles in Health Law and Policy

Getting What We Should From Doctors: Rethinking Patient Autonomy And The Doctor-Patient Relationship, Roger B. Dworkin Jan 2003

Getting What We Should From Doctors: Rethinking Patient Autonomy And The Doctor-Patient Relationship, Roger B. Dworkin

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Racism Or Realpolitik? U.S. Foreign Policy And The Hiv/Aids Catastrophe In Sub-Saharan Africa, David P. Fidler Jan 2003

Racism Or Realpolitik? U.S. Foreign Policy And The Hiv/Aids Catastrophe In Sub-Saharan Africa, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Bioterrorism, Public Health, And International Law, David P. Fidler Jan 2002

Bioterrorism, Public Health, And International Law, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Introduction To Written Symposium On Public Health And International Law, David P. Fidler Jan 2002

Introduction To Written Symposium On Public Health And International Law, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


The Globalization Of Public Health: The First 100 Years Of International Health Diplomacy, David P. Fidler Jan 2001

The Globalization Of Public Health: The First 100 Years Of International Health Diplomacy, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

Global threats to public health in the 19th century sparked the development of international health diplomacy. Many international regimes on public health issues were created between the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries. The present article analyses the global risks in this field and the international legal responses to them between 1851 and 1951, and explores the lessons from the first century of international health diplomacy of relevance to contemporary efforts to deal with the globalization of public health.


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.


"Geographical Morality" Revisited: International Relations, International Law, And The Controversy Over Placebo-Controlled Hiv Clinical Trials In Developing Countries, David P. Fidler Jan 2001

"Geographical Morality" Revisited: International Relations, International Law, And The Controversy Over Placebo-Controlled Hiv Clinical Trials In Developing Countries, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


The Future Of The World Health Organization: What Role For International Law?, David P. Fidler Jan 1998

The Future Of The World Health Organization: What Role For International Law?, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Microbialpolitik: Infectious Diseases And International Relations, David P. Fidler Jan 1998

Microbialpolitik: Infectious Diseases And International Relations, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Return Of The Fourth Horseman: Emerging Infectious Diseases And International Law, David P. Fidler Jan 1997

Return Of The Fourth Horseman: Emerging Infectious Diseases And International Law, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Controlling Infectious Diseases, David P. Fidler, William Lane Porter Jan 1997

Controlling Infectious Diseases, David P. Fidler, William Lane Porter

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Globalization, International Law, And Emerging Infectious Diseases, David P. Fidler Jan 1996

Globalization, International Law, And Emerging Infectious Diseases, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

The global nature of the threat posed by new and reemerging infectious diseases will require international cooperation in identifying, controlling, and preventing these diseases. Because of this need for international cooperation, international law will certainly play a role in the global strategy for the control of emerging diseases. Recognizing this fact, the World Health Organization has already proposed revising the International Health Regulations. This article examines some basic problems that the global campaign against emerging infectious diseases might face in applying international law to facilitate international cooperation. The international legal component of the global control strategy for these diseases needs ...


Mission Impossible? International Law And Infectious Diseases, David P. Fidler Jan 1996

Mission Impossible? International Law And Infectious Diseases, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Problem Behavior: Pathology, Lawyers, And Referrals, Edwin H. Greenebaum Apr 1987

Problem Behavior: Pathology, Lawyers, And Referrals, Edwin H. Greenebaum

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Indiana's Guilty But Mentally Ill Statute: Blueprint To Beguile The Jury, Scott A. Kinsey Oct 1982

Indiana's Guilty But Mentally Ill Statute: Blueprint To Beguile The Jury, Scott A. Kinsey

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


"We're Only Trying To Help": The Burden And Standard Of Proof In Short-Term Civil Commitment, Lynne N. Henderson Jan 1979

"We're Only Trying To Help": The Burden And Standard Of Proof In Short-Term Civil Commitment, Lynne N. Henderson

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Changing Attitudes Toward Euthanasia, Alice V. Mehling Oct 1975

Changing Attitudes Toward Euthanasia, Alice V. Mehling

IUSTITIA

Death is a very individual matter which does not readily lend itself to collective decision. Medical ethicists frequently conclude that to allow a person to die from malice is more reprehensible than to help a person to die from mercy. The most striking change which is taking place in consideration of the problem is recognition of the need to reinforce the patient's right to decide on the course of medical treatment.

A New York Times editorial of February 3, 1903 condemned the practice of active euthanasia by comparing it to "practices of savages in all parts of the world ...


Informed Consent And Medical Experimentation, George H. Martin Jr. Apr 1975

Informed Consent And Medical Experimentation, George H. Martin Jr.

IUSTITIA

Certain biomedical technologies already or almost already with us "threaten to reduce the meaning of man and to degrade the human spirit in the very process of becoming technologically feasible, long before the final stage of deployment and widespread use has been reached." It is this threat that has prompted me to consider certain medical and legal problems associated broadly with the human experimentation process. I shall be examining the concept of "informed consent" to both experimental medical therapy and nontherapeutic scientific experimentation as a means of protecting man from the potential ravages of a zealous application of scientific advances ...


Vasectomy, C. Severin Buschmann Dec 1926

Vasectomy, C. Severin Buschmann

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.