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Lead Consultant, Francine Sherman Dec 2005

Lead Consultant, Francine Sherman

Francine T. Sherman

Lead consultant for Girls’ Initiative, which funded eight community-based programs for system-involved girls; developed learning community and conducted participant action research.


Ethical Health Care, Wendy Parmet, Patricia Illingworth Dec 2005

Ethical Health Care, Wendy Parmet, Patricia Illingworth

Wendy E. Parmet

No abstract provided.


Consent To Medical Treatment By Minors In Massachusetts: A Guide For Practitioners, Francine Sherman Dec 2005

Consent To Medical Treatment By Minors In Massachusetts: A Guide For Practitioners, Francine Sherman

Francine T. Sherman

This guide is designed for healthcare providers, social service agency employees, and other practitioners who connect young people with the medical care they need. While the age of consent for all medical treatment in Massachusetts is generally 18, those younger than 18 may consent to a wide range of services—even without parental authorization—depending on the circumstances. This guide also highlights the special consent issues that may arise for youth who are involved with the Department of Social Services and / or the Department of Youth Services. While these issues may seem complicated at first glance, the governing laws and ...


Promoting Justice For Girls In An Unjust System, Francine Sherman Dec 2005

Promoting Justice For Girls In An Unjust System, Francine Sherman

Francine T. Sherman

No abstract provided.


Taking On The Challenge: Phase I Of The Hyams Foundation Girls' Initiative, Francine Sherman Dec 2005

Taking On The Challenge: Phase I Of The Hyams Foundation Girls' Initiative, Francine Sherman

Francine T. Sherman

This report describes Phase I of The Hyams Foundation’s funding initiative for eight programs providing direct services to girls in Boston and Chelsea, Massachusetts. Although the programs varied in their sophistication and experience with gender-responsive approaches, in each case the programs served girls who were court involved and worked with the state social services or juvenile justice systems. The monograph describes the work of the initiative’s Learning Community, participation in which was a requirement of funding, and findings from the Learning Community’s participatory action research. Notably, the report describes nine lessons learned from the funding initiative, which ...


Regulation Of Homeopathic Drug Products, John Borneman, Robert Field Dec 2005

Regulation Of Homeopathic Drug Products, John Borneman, Robert Field

Robert I. Field

No abstract provided.


Appointed Visiting Associate Professor Of Law For Spring 2006 At Harvard Law School, Dean Hashimoto Dec 2005

Appointed Visiting Associate Professor Of Law For Spring 2006 At Harvard Law School, Dean Hashimoto

Dean M. Hashimoto

No abstract provided.


La Théorie De L’Intention Originelle, La Sincérité Dans La Rédaction Des Opinions Des Juges Et Les Références À Des Sources Juridiques Étrangères Dans Le Processus D’Interprétation De La Constitution Aux États-Unis, Charles Baron Dec 2005

La Théorie De L’Intention Originelle, La Sincérité Dans La Rédaction Des Opinions Des Juges Et Les Références À Des Sources Juridiques Étrangères Dans Le Processus D’Interprétation De La Constitution Aux États-Unis, Charles Baron

Charles H. Baron

No abstract provided.


Making Universal Health Care Work, Jonathan B. Forman Dec 2005

Making Universal Health Care Work, Jonathan B. Forman

Jonathan B. Forman

No abstract provided.


Policy Challenges From The "White" Senate Inquiry Into Workplace-Related Health Impacts Of Toxic Dusts And Nanoparticles, Thomas A. Faunce, Haydn Walters, Trevor Williams, David Bryant, Martin Jennings, Bill Musk Dec 2005

Policy Challenges From The "White" Senate Inquiry Into Workplace-Related Health Impacts Of Toxic Dusts And Nanoparticles, Thomas A. Faunce, Haydn Walters, Trevor Williams, David Bryant, Martin Jennings, Bill Musk

Thomas A Faunce

On 22 June 2005 the Senate of the Commonwealth of Australia voted to establish an inquiry into workplace harm related to toxic dust and emerging technologies (including nanoparticles). The inquiry became known as the "White" Inquiry after Mr Richard White, a financially uncompensated sufferer of industrial sandblasting-induced lung disease who was instrumental in its establishment. The "White" Inquiry delivered its final report and recommendations on 31 May 2006. This paper examines whether these recommendations and their implementation may provide a unique opportunity not only to modernize relevant monitoring standards and processes, but related compensation systems for disease associated with workplace-related ...


If I Were A Corporation, I'D Be A Constitutional Person, Too, Charles I. Lugosi Dec 2005

If I Were A Corporation, I'D Be A Constitutional Person, Too, Charles I. Lugosi

Charles I. Lugosi

No abstract provided.


When Abortion Was A Crime: A Historical Perspective, Charles I. Lugosi Dec 2005

When Abortion Was A Crime: A Historical Perspective, Charles I. Lugosi

Charles I. Lugosi

No abstract provided.