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Abortion And The Legal Process In The United States: An Overview Of The Post-Webster Legal Landscape, Charles Baron Aug 2013

Abortion And The Legal Process In The United States: An Overview Of The Post-Webster Legal Landscape, Charles Baron

Charles H. Baron

No abstract provided.


Public Hearing On Evaluation Of Needle Exchange Programs As A Way To Combat Aids, Senate Committee On Health And Human Services Nov 1989

Public Hearing On Evaluation Of Needle Exchange Programs As A Way To Combat Aids, Senate Committee On Health And Human Services

California Senate

No abstract provided.


Baum, Elmer C., D.O., University Of North Texas Health Science Center At Fort Worth Oct 1989

Baum, Elmer C., D.O., University Of North Texas Health Science Center At Fort Worth

Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine- Oral History Collection

An Austin, Texas general practitioner since the mid-forties, Dr. Baum was responsible in part for TCOM’s success in receiving financial aid from the State of Texas. His political influence, as private physician to Governor Preston Smith, proved especially beneficial during the early years, 1966 to 1975.

Interviewed by C. Ray Stokes, October 5, 1989.


Proving Violations Or Proving Affirmative Defenses Under The Occupational Safety And Health Act Of North America, Michael R. Smith Oct 1989

Proving Violations Or Proving Affirmative Defenses Under The Occupational Safety And Health Act Of North America, Michael R. Smith

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Medical Examination Of Aliens: A Policy With Ailments Of Its Own?, Victoria L. Bennett Oct 1989

Medical Examination Of Aliens: A Policy With Ailments Of Its Own?, Victoria L. Bennett

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Anencephalic Newborns As Organ Donors: An Assessment Of "Death" And Legislative Policy, Kathleen L. Paliokas Oct 1989

Anencephalic Newborns As Organ Donors: An Assessment Of "Death" And Legislative Policy, Kathleen L. Paliokas

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth Apound Of Cure: The Need For Statesto Legislate In The Area Of Hospitalprofessional Review Committee Proceedings, Kym Oltrogge Sep 1989

An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth Apound Of Cure: The Need For Statesto Legislate In The Area Of Hospitalprofessional Review Committee Proceedings, Kym Oltrogge

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Right To Forego Life-Sustaining Treatment: Legal Trends And Emerging Issues, Karen H. Rothenberg May 1989

The Right To Forego Life-Sustaining Treatment: Legal Trends And Emerging Issues, Karen H. Rothenberg

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Aids And Government: A Plan Of Action?, Taunya Lovell Banks May 1989

Aids And Government: A Plan Of Action?, Taunya Lovell Banks

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Report of the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic by Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office


The Biotechnology Revolution And Its Regulatory Evolution, Diane E. Hoffmann Apr 1989

The Biotechnology Revolution And Its Regulatory Evolution, Diane E. Hoffmann

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Criminalization Of Maternal Conduct During Pregnancy: A Decisionmaking Model For Lawyers, Elizabeth L. Thompson Apr 1989

The Criminalization Of Maternal Conduct During Pregnancy: A Decisionmaking Model For Lawyers, Elizabeth L. Thompson

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Statutes Limiting Mental Health Professional's Liability For The Violent Acts Of Their Patients, Michael R. Geske Apr 1989

Statutes Limiting Mental Health Professional's Liability For The Violent Acts Of Their Patients, Michael R. Geske

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Review Of Families And The Gravely Ill: Roles, Rules, And Rights, Vanessa Merton Apr 1989

Review Of Families And The Gravely Ill: Roles, Rules, And Rights, Vanessa Merton

Pace Law Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Oversight Hearing: State Plan For Aids/Hiv Disease, Senate Select Committee On Aids Mar 1989

Oversight Hearing: State Plan For Aids/Hiv Disease, Senate Select Committee On Aids

California Senate

No abstract provided.


Aids Research Center At San Francisco General Hospital, Joint Legislative Budget Committee Mar 1989

Aids Research Center At San Francisco General Hospital, Joint Legislative Budget Committee

California Joint Committees

The Joint Legislative Budget Committee held a public hearing on February 27, 1989, in Room 112, and March 6, 1989, in Room 3191, at the State Capitol in Sacramento to study the issue of the AIDS Research Center at San Francisco General Hospital. This report represents the outgrowth of that discussion.


Health Care Allocation For The Elderly: Age Discrimination By Another Name?, Howard C. Eglit Jan 1989

Health Care Allocation For The Elderly: Age Discrimination By Another Name?, Howard C. Eglit

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Uniform Rights Of The Terminally Ill Act: Too Little, Too Late?, Marguerite Chapman Jan 1989

The Uniform Rights Of The Terminally Ill Act: Too Little, Too Late?, Marguerite Chapman

Articles, Chapters in Books and Other Contributions to Scholarly Works

No abstract provided.


Erisa's Deemer Clause And The Question Of Self-Insureds: What's A State To Do? Reilly V. Blue Cross And Blue Shield United Of Wisconsin, 846 F.2d 416 (7th Cir. 1988), Jonathan Goldstein Jan 1989

Erisa's Deemer Clause And The Question Of Self-Insureds: What's A State To Do? Reilly V. Blue Cross And Blue Shield United Of Wisconsin, 846 F.2d 416 (7th Cir. 1988), Jonathan Goldstein

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Webster V. Reproductive Health Services: Do Legislative Declarations That Life Begins At Conception Violate The Establishment Clause?, Dr. Robert L. Maddox, Blaine Bortnick Jan 1989

Webster V. Reproductive Health Services: Do Legislative Declarations That Life Begins At Conception Violate The Establishment Clause?, Dr. Robert L. Maddox, Blaine Bortnick

Campbell Law Review

This article contends that the Missouri legislative statement is a theologically derived finding that personhood begins at the moment of conception. Such an inherently theological and controversial determination violates a core purpose of the establishment clause of the first amendment, the absolute prohibition against government preference of one religious sect or denomination over another and the placing of the state's imprimatur on a particular religious dogma. What follows is a synopsis of the religious debate over whether human life begins at conception. Next is a discussion of the statute in light of this debate in the context of establishment ...


Risk Management In Home Health Care: Focus On Patient Care Liabilities, Nancy J. Brent Jan 1989

Risk Management In Home Health Care: Focus On Patient Care Liabilities, Nancy J. Brent

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.


New Developments In Health Care, Harold L. Hirsch Jan 1989

New Developments In Health Care, Harold L. Hirsch

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Aids And Government: A Plan Of Action, Taunya L. Banks Jan 1989

Aids And Government: A Plan Of Action, Taunya L. Banks

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Autonomous Decisionmaking And Social Choice: Examining The “Right To Die”, 77 Ky. L.J. 319 (1989), Donald L. Beschle Jan 1989

Autonomous Decisionmaking And Social Choice: Examining The “Right To Die”, 77 Ky. L.J. 319 (1989), Donald L. Beschle

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Socialized Medicine: An Analysis Of Bureaucratic Inefficiency, John J. Moran Jan 1989

Socialized Medicine: An Analysis Of Bureaucratic Inefficiency, John J. Moran

Penn State International Law Review

In analyzing the health care systems of Great Britain and Canada, this Comment examines the policies and reasons behind the passing of legislation which led to the advent of socialized medicine in these two nations. In addition, a discussion of the operation of these socialized health systems illustrates the turmoil and complexity associated with government medicine, and the need for subsequent legislative reforms. As this Comment reveals, these socialized systems, where overriding political objectives create further misallocation of resources and decreased quality of care, fail to provide a viable solution to American health concerns. Instead, reforms should be undertaken within ...


Dedication, George P. Smith, Francis J. Hearn Jr. Jan 1989

Dedication, George P. Smith, Francis J. Hearn Jr.

Journal of Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1985-2015)

No abstract provided.


Containing The Aids Virus . . . Testing . . . Reporting . . . Confidentiality . . . Quarantine . . . Constitutional Considerations, Luann A. Polito Jan 1989

Containing The Aids Virus . . . Testing . . . Reporting . . . Confidentiality . . . Quarantine . . . Constitutional Considerations, Luann A. Polito

Cleveland State Law Review

In addition to illness, disability, and death, AIDS has evoked fear in the hearts and minds of most Americans: fear of the AIDS virus and fear of the unknown. This fear has caused many Americans to act irrationally towards AIDS and its victims. This article will analyze the different legislative acts intended to curtail the spread of the disease and whether these enactments will aid or merely hinder the containment of the AIDS virus. It will illustrate potential conflicts this legislation poses to the AIDS victims' constitutional rights of privacy and liberty. At its conclusion, it will illustrate that with ...


Who Cares?: The Evolution Of The Legal Duty To Provide Emergency Care, Karen H. Rothenberg Jan 1989

Who Cares?: The Evolution Of The Legal Duty To Provide Emergency Care, Karen H. Rothenberg

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


A More Balanced Approach To Ex Parte Interviews By Treating Physicians, William K. Mcvisk Jan 1989

A More Balanced Approach To Ex Parte Interviews By Treating Physicians, William K. Mcvisk

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Monitor Mania: Physician Regulation Runs Amok!, Evan J. Ellman Jan 1989

Monitor Mania: Physician Regulation Runs Amok!, Evan J. Ellman

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Health Care Financing: The Challenge For The Future, David Durenberger Jan 1989

Health Care Financing: The Challenge For The Future, David Durenberger

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.