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The Resource Public health law and ethics : a reader, edited by Lawrence O. Gostin and Lindsay F. Wiley

Public health law and ethics : a reader, edited by Lawrence O. Gostin and Lindsay F. Wiley

Label
Public health law and ethics : a reader
Title
Public health law and ethics
Title remainder
a reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lawrence O. Gostin and Lindsay F. Wiley
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Public Health Law and Ethics: A Reader, 3rd Edition probes the legal and ethical issues at the heart of public health through an incisive selection of judicial opinions, scholarly articles, and government reports. Crafted to be accessible to students while thorough enough to be used by practitioners, policy makers, scholars, and teachers alike, the reader can be used as a stand-alone resource, or alongside the internationally acclaimed Public Health Law: Power Duty, Restraint, 3rd Edition. This third edition reader includes discussions of today's most pressing health threats, such as chronic diseases, emerging infectious diseases, antimicrobial resistance, biosecurity, opioid overdose, gun violence, and health disparities"--Provided by publisher
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CU-S/DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1977-
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  • Gostin, Lawrence O.
  • Wiley, Lindsay F.
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  • Public health laws
  • Public health
  • Public health laws
  • Public health
  • United States
Label
Public health law and ethics : a reader, edited by Lawrence O. Gostin and Lindsay F. Wiley
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Geoffrey Rose, Sick Individuals and Sick Populations; Harry J. Heiman and Samantha Artiga, Beyond Health Care: The Role of Social Determinants in Promoting Health and Health Equity; Paula A. Braveman et al., Health Disparities and Health Equity: The Issue Is Justice; Dan E. Beauchamp, Community: The Neglected Tradition of Public Health; Mervyn Susser and Ezra Susser, Choosing a Future for Epidemiology: 1. Eras and Paradigms; Mark A. Hall, The Scope and Limits of Public Health Law; Richard Allen Epstein, Let the Shoemaker Stick to His Last: A Defense of the 2Old3 Public Health; Public Health Ethics: Science, Values, and the Regulation of Risk, Ronald Bayer and Amy L. Fairchild, The Genesis of Public Health Ethics; Daniel Callahan and Bruce Jennings, Ethics and Public Health: Forging a Strong Relationship; Greg Marckmann et al., Putting Public Health Ethics into Practice: A Systematic Framework; Michael D. Green et al., Reference Guide on Epidemiology; Paul Slovic, Perception of Risk; Stephen Breyer, Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Toward Effective Risk Regulation; Joel A. Tickner et al., A Compass for Health: Rethinking Precaution and Its Role in Science and Public Health; Ray Pawson et al., Known Knowns, Known Unknowns, Unknown Unknowns: The Predicament of Evidence-Based Policy; Erwin Chemerinsky et al., Corporate Federalism and Marijuana Regulation; Orly Lobel, The Renew Deal: The Fall of Regulation and the Rise of Governance in Contemporary Legal Thought; Rena Steinzor, The Case for Abolishing Centralized White House Regulatory Review; Matthew Wansley, Cost-Benefit Analysis as a Commitment Device; Cass R. Sunstein and Richard H. Thaler, Libertarianism Paternalism Is Not an Oxymoron;
  • Alexia Brunet Marks, A New Governance Recipe for Food Safety; Lisa L. Sharma et al., The Food Industry and Self-Regulation: The Standards to Promote Success and to Avoid Public Health Failures; Katherine Beckett, The Uses and Abuses of Police Discretion: Toward Harm Reduction Policing; Wendy E. Parmet and Richard A. Daynard, The New Public Health Litigation; Dorit Rubenstein Reiss, Compensating the Victims of Failure to Vaccinate: What Are the Options?; Catherine T. Struve, The FDA and the Tort System: Postmarketing Surveillance, Compensation, and the Role of Litigation; Lainie Rutkow and Stephen P. Teret, The Potential for State Attorneys General to Promote the Public{u2019}s Health: Theory, Evidence, and Practice; Bruce G. Carruthers, The Semantics of Sin Tax: Politics, Morality, and Fiscal Imposition; Jennifer L. Pomeranz, Taxing Food and Beverage Products: A Public Health Perspective and a New Strategy Prevention; Mathew Swinburne, The 2014 Farm Bill and SNAP: Improving the Diets of Low-Income Americans?; Sara Rosenbaum, Hospitals as Community Hubs: Integrating Community Benefit Spending, Community Health Needs Assessment, and Community Health Improvement; Nicole Huberfeld and Jessica L. Roberts, Health Care and the Myth of Self-Reliance; Brietta R. Clark, Medicaid Access, Rate Setting, and Payment Suits: How the Obama Administration Is Undermining Its Own Health Reform Goals; Michael A. Stoto, Public Health Surveillance in the Twenty-First Century: Achieving Population Health Goals While Protecting Individuals{u2019} Privacy and Confidentiality;
  • Wendy K. Mariner, Reconsidering Constitutional Protection for Health Information Privacy; Nicolas Terry, Protecting Patient Privacy in the Age of Big Data; Dorit Rubenstein Reiss and Lois A. Weithorn, Responding to the Childhood Vaccination Crisis: Legal Frameworks and Tools in the Context of Parental Vaccine Refusal; Scott Burris, Law and the Social Risk of Health Care: Lessons from HIV Testing; Jasper Littmann and A.M. Viens, The Ethical Significance of Antimicrobial Resistance; Donna Hanrahan, Hypothetical: Role of Social Media in HIV/AIDS Tracking, Contact Tracing, and Partner Notification; Barry DeCoster and Lisa Campo-Engelsten, Expedited Partner Therapy: Clinical Considerations and Public Health Explorations; Seema K. Shah et al., Examining the Ethics of Clinical Use of Unproven Interventions Outside of Clinical Trials during the Ebola Epidemic; Carl H. Coleman, Allocating Vaccines and Antiviral Medications during an Influenza Pandemic; Wendy F. Hensel and Leslie E. Wolf, Playing God: The Legality of Plans Denying Scarce Resources to People with Disabilities in Public Health Emergencies; Mark A. Rothstein, From SARS to Ebola: Legal and Ethical Considerations for Modern Quarantine; Daniel Callahan, Obesity: Chasing an Elusive Epidemic; Richard A. Epstein, What (Not) to Do about Obesity: A Moderate Aristotelian Answer; Amy L. Fairchild et al., The Exodus of Public Health: What History Can Tell Us about the Future; Sheila Foster, Justice from the Ground Up: Distributive Inequities, Grassroots Resistance, and the Transformative Politics of the Environmental Justice Movement; Loretta Ross, Understanding Reproductive Justice; Christopher J. Curran and Marc-Tizoc González, Food Justice as Interracial Justice: Urban Farmers, Community Organizations and the Role of Government in Oakland, California; Emily A. Benfer, Health Justice: A Framework (and Call to Action) for the Elimination of Health Inequity and Social Injustice
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Third edition
Extent
xx, 629 pages
Isbn
9780520294660
Lccn
2018009381
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
System control number
(OCoLC)1028603172
Label
Public health law and ethics : a reader, edited by Lawrence O. Gostin and Lindsay F. Wiley
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Geoffrey Rose, Sick Individuals and Sick Populations; Harry J. Heiman and Samantha Artiga, Beyond Health Care: The Role of Social Determinants in Promoting Health and Health Equity; Paula A. Braveman et al., Health Disparities and Health Equity: The Issue Is Justice; Dan E. Beauchamp, Community: The Neglected Tradition of Public Health; Mervyn Susser and Ezra Susser, Choosing a Future for Epidemiology: 1. Eras and Paradigms; Mark A. Hall, The Scope and Limits of Public Health Law; Richard Allen Epstein, Let the Shoemaker Stick to His Last: A Defense of the 2Old3 Public Health; Public Health Ethics: Science, Values, and the Regulation of Risk, Ronald Bayer and Amy L. Fairchild, The Genesis of Public Health Ethics; Daniel Callahan and Bruce Jennings, Ethics and Public Health: Forging a Strong Relationship; Greg Marckmann et al., Putting Public Health Ethics into Practice: A Systematic Framework; Michael D. Green et al., Reference Guide on Epidemiology; Paul Slovic, Perception of Risk; Stephen Breyer, Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Toward Effective Risk Regulation; Joel A. Tickner et al., A Compass for Health: Rethinking Precaution and Its Role in Science and Public Health; Ray Pawson et al., Known Knowns, Known Unknowns, Unknown Unknowns: The Predicament of Evidence-Based Policy; Erwin Chemerinsky et al., Corporate Federalism and Marijuana Regulation; Orly Lobel, The Renew Deal: The Fall of Regulation and the Rise of Governance in Contemporary Legal Thought; Rena Steinzor, The Case for Abolishing Centralized White House Regulatory Review; Matthew Wansley, Cost-Benefit Analysis as a Commitment Device; Cass R. Sunstein and Richard H. Thaler, Libertarianism Paternalism Is Not an Oxymoron;
  • Alexia Brunet Marks, A New Governance Recipe for Food Safety; Lisa L. Sharma et al., The Food Industry and Self-Regulation: The Standards to Promote Success and to Avoid Public Health Failures; Katherine Beckett, The Uses and Abuses of Police Discretion: Toward Harm Reduction Policing; Wendy E. Parmet and Richard A. Daynard, The New Public Health Litigation; Dorit Rubenstein Reiss, Compensating the Victims of Failure to Vaccinate: What Are the Options?; Catherine T. Struve, The FDA and the Tort System: Postmarketing Surveillance, Compensation, and the Role of Litigation; Lainie Rutkow and Stephen P. Teret, The Potential for State Attorneys General to Promote the Public{u2019}s Health: Theory, Evidence, and Practice; Bruce G. Carruthers, The Semantics of Sin Tax: Politics, Morality, and Fiscal Imposition; Jennifer L. Pomeranz, Taxing Food and Beverage Products: A Public Health Perspective and a New Strategy Prevention; Mathew Swinburne, The 2014 Farm Bill and SNAP: Improving the Diets of Low-Income Americans?; Sara Rosenbaum, Hospitals as Community Hubs: Integrating Community Benefit Spending, Community Health Needs Assessment, and Community Health Improvement; Nicole Huberfeld and Jessica L. Roberts, Health Care and the Myth of Self-Reliance; Brietta R. Clark, Medicaid Access, Rate Setting, and Payment Suits: How the Obama Administration Is Undermining Its Own Health Reform Goals; Michael A. Stoto, Public Health Surveillance in the Twenty-First Century: Achieving Population Health Goals While Protecting Individuals{u2019} Privacy and Confidentiality;
  • Wendy K. Mariner, Reconsidering Constitutional Protection for Health Information Privacy; Nicolas Terry, Protecting Patient Privacy in the Age of Big Data; Dorit Rubenstein Reiss and Lois A. Weithorn, Responding to the Childhood Vaccination Crisis: Legal Frameworks and Tools in the Context of Parental Vaccine Refusal; Scott Burris, Law and the Social Risk of Health Care: Lessons from HIV Testing; Jasper Littmann and A.M. Viens, The Ethical Significance of Antimicrobial Resistance; Donna Hanrahan, Hypothetical: Role of Social Media in HIV/AIDS Tracking, Contact Tracing, and Partner Notification; Barry DeCoster and Lisa Campo-Engelsten, Expedited Partner Therapy: Clinical Considerations and Public Health Explorations; Seema K. Shah et al., Examining the Ethics of Clinical Use of Unproven Interventions Outside of Clinical Trials during the Ebola Epidemic; Carl H. Coleman, Allocating Vaccines and Antiviral Medications during an Influenza Pandemic; Wendy F. Hensel and Leslie E. Wolf, Playing God: The Legality of Plans Denying Scarce Resources to People with Disabilities in Public Health Emergencies; Mark A. Rothstein, From SARS to Ebola: Legal and Ethical Considerations for Modern Quarantine; Daniel Callahan, Obesity: Chasing an Elusive Epidemic; Richard A. Epstein, What (Not) to Do about Obesity: A Moderate Aristotelian Answer; Amy L. Fairchild et al., The Exodus of Public Health: What History Can Tell Us about the Future; Sheila Foster, Justice from the Ground Up: Distributive Inequities, Grassroots Resistance, and the Transformative Politics of the Environmental Justice Movement; Loretta Ross, Understanding Reproductive Justice; Christopher J. Curran and Marc-Tizoc González, Food Justice as Interracial Justice: Urban Farmers, Community Organizations and the Role of Government in Oakland, California; Emily A. Benfer, Health Justice: A Framework (and Call to Action) for the Elimination of Health Inequity and Social Injustice
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Third edition
Extent
xx, 629 pages
Isbn
9780520294660
Lccn
2018009381
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
System control number
(OCoLC)1028603172

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