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    Health Law Journal

    Health Law Journal

    2000, Vol.8                2010, Vol.18

    2001, Vol.9                2011, Vol.19

    2002, Vol.10              2012, Vol.20

    2003, Vol.11

    2004, Vol.12

    2005, Vol.13

    2006, Vol.14

    2007, Vol.15

    2008

    2009, Vol.17

     

    Health Law Journal, 2000, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

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    Barbara von Tigerstrom, Mylene Deschenes, Bartha Maria Knoppers, Timothy Caulfield

    Legal Regulation of Cancer Surveillance: Canadian and International Perspectives

     pp. 1-xxxiv

    Martha Jackman

    Constitutional Jurisdiction Over Health in Canada

     pp. 95-118

    Jocelyn Downie

    The Contested Lessons of Euthanasia in the Netherlands

     pp. 119-140

    Angela Campbell

    Children Living with HIV: Reshaping Law and Policy in Quebec to Preserve and Promote Their Rights

     pp. 141-176

    Jonathan Gray

    Home Care in Ontario: The Case for Copayments

     pp. 177-198

    Anne Cote

    Telling the Truth? Disclosure, Therapeutic Privilege and Intersexuality in Children

     pp. 199-216

    Health Law Journal, 2001, Vol.9

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    Title

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    Michael McDonald

    Canadian Governance of Health Research Involving Human Subjects: Is Anybody Minding the Store?

     pp. 1-22

    Teresa Scassa

    Patents for Second Medical Indications and Their Potential Impact on Pharmacare in Canada

     pp. 23-60

    Sheila Wildeman, Jocelyn Downie

    Genetic and Metabolic Screening of Newborns: Must Health Care Providers Seek Explicit Parental Consent?

     pp. 61-112

    Daryl Pullman

    Subject Comprehension, Standards of Information Disclosure and Potential Liability in Research

     pp. 113-128

    John A. Harrington

    Art or Science? Understanding Medicine and the Common Law

     pp. 129-148

    Sabine Michalowski

    Reversal of Fortune- Re A (Conjoined Twins) and Beyond: Who Should Make Treatment Decisions on Behalf of Young Children?

     pp. 149-170

    Francois Larocque

    La dissuasion et le no- fault

     pp. 171-182

    Timothy Caulfield, Colin Feasby

    Potions, Promises and Paradoxes: Complementary Medicine and Alternative Medicine and Malpractice Law in Canada

     pp. 183-204

    Tamara Friesen

    The Right to Health Care

     pp. 205-222

    Health Law Journal, 2002, Vol.10

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    Title

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    Barney Sneiderman, Raymond Deutscher

    Dr. Morrison and Her Dying Patient: A Case of Medical Necessity

     pp. 1-30

    E. Richard Gold, Wendy A. Adams

    Reconciling Private Benefit and Public Risk in Biotechnology: Xenotransplantation as a Case Study in Consent

     pp. 31-76

    Angela Campbell

    A Place for Criminal Law In the Regulation of Reproductive Technologies

     pp. 77-102

    Jocelyn Downie, Patricia Baird, Jon Thompson

    Industry and the Academy: Conflicts of Interest in Contemporary Health Research

     pp. 103-122

    Bryn Williams-Jones

    History of a Gene Patent: Tracing the Development and Application of Commercial BRCA Testing

     pp. 123-146

    Angela Campbell

    Type 2 Diabetes and Children in Aboriginal Communities: The Array of Factors that Shape Health and Access to Health care

     pp. 147-168

    Health Law Journal, 2003, Vol.11

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    Title

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    Shelley Trueman

    Community Treatment Orders and Nova Scotia- The Least Restrictive Alternative?

     pp. 1-34

    Larry N. Chartrand, Ella M. Forbes-Chilibeck

    The Sentencing of Offenders With Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

     pp. 35-70

    William Keough

    All in the Family: A Child Welfare Perspective on Human Reproductive Cloning

     pp. 71-88

    Lorraine Sheremeta, Bartha Maria Knoppers, Bartha Maria Knoppers

    Beyond the Rhetoric: Population Genetics and Benefit Sharing

     pp. 89-118

    Bradley Bryan

    Biotechnology, Bioethics and Liberalism- Problematizing Risk, Consent and Law

     pp. 119-136

    Marie Hirtle

    The Governance of Research Involving Human Participants in Canada

     pp. 137-152

    Jennifer Gold

    Watching the Watchdogs: Negligence, Liability and REBS in Canada

     pp. 153-176

    Tom Archibald

    Collective Bargaining by Nurses in Canadian Health Care: Assessing Recent Trends and Emerging Claims

     pp. 177-198

    Patricia Kosseim

    The Landscape of Rules Governing Access to Personal Information for Health Research: A View from Afar

     pp. 199-216

    Nola M. Ries

    The Uncertain State of the Law Regarding Health Care and Section 15 of the Charter

     pp. 217-240

    Andrew Brine

    Medical Malpractice and the Goals of Tort Law

     pp. 241-263

    Health Law Journal, 2004, Vol.12.Supplement

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    Title

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    Timothy Caulfield, Nola M. Ries

    Consent, Privacy and Confidentiality in Longitudinal, Population Health Research: The Canadian Legal Context

     pp. 1-60

    Colleen M. Flood, Joanna N. Erdman

    The Boundaries of Medicare: Tensions in the Dual Role of Ontario's Physician Services Review Committee

     pp. 1-16

    Madelaine Saginur, Linda Kharaboyan, Bartha Maria Knoppers

    Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells: Issues with Private and Public Banks

     pp. 17-34

    Sana Halwani, Daniel Brian Krupp

    The Genetic Defence: The Impact of Genetics on the Concept of Criminal Responsibility

     pp. 35-70

    Sanda Rodgers

    Sexual Abuse by Health Care Professionals: The Failure of Reform in Ontario

     pp. 71-102

    Ian Kerr, Goldie Bassi

    Not That Much Room? Nanotechnology, Networks and the Politics of Dancing

     pp. 103-123

    Jeff Berryman

    Up in Smoke, What Role Should Litigation Play in Funding Canada's Health Care

     pp. 125-157

    Jocelyn Downie, Fiona McDonald

    Revisioning the Oversight of Research Involving Humans in Canada

     pp. 159-181

    Richard Y. Cheung , Jillian C. Cohen, Patricia Illingworth

    Orphan Drug Policies: Implications for the United States, Canada, and Developing Countries

     pp. 183-200

    Nicole J. Kutlesa

    Creating a Sustainable Immunization System in Canada- The Case for a Vaccine- Related Injury Compensation Scheme

     pp. 201-242

    Catherine Regis

    Enhancing Patients' Confidence in Access to Health Care: The Ontario or Quفbec Way?

     pp. 243-273

    Tim Outerbridge

    Building Systemic Models for Medical Error Reporting

     pp. 275-293

    Health Law Journal, 2005, Vol.13

    Author

    Title

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    Michael Waite

    To Tell the Truth: The Ethical and Legal Implications of Disclosure of Medical Error

     pp. 1-33

    Barbara von Tigerstrom

    The Revised International Health Regulations and Restraint of National Health Measures

     pp. 35-76

    Kathryn Garforth

    Health Care and Access to Patented Technologies

     pp. 77-97

    Jennifer Chandler

    Priority Systems in the Allocation of Organs for Transplant: Should we Reward those who have Previously Agreed to Donate?

     pp. 99-138

    Brent Arnold

    Legal Solutions to Ontario's Organ Shortage: Redrawing the Boundaries of Consent

     pp. 139-163

    Erin Nelson

    Legal and Ethical Issues in ART "Outcomes" Research

     pp. 165-186

    Margo Plant, Bartha Maria Knoppers

    Umbilical Cord Blood Banking in Canada: Socio- Ethical and Legal Issues

     pp. 187-212

    Constance MacIntosh

    Indigenous Self- Determination and Research on Human Genetic Material: A Consideration of the Relevance of Debates on Patents and Informed Consent, and the Political Demands on Researchers

     pp. 213-251

    Claire Bond

    Section 15 of the Charter and the Allocation of Resources in Health Care: A Comment on Auton v. British Columbia

     pp. 253-271

    Health Law Journal, 2006, Vol.14

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    Peter Carver, Cherie Langlois-Klassen

    The Role and Powers of Forensic Psychiatric Review Boards in Canada: Recent Developments

     pp. 1-19

    Samara Polansky

    Overcoming the Obstacles: A Collaborative Approach to Informed Consent in Prenatal Genetic Screening

     pp. 21-43

    Shaw, Mary

    Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the Medical Expense Tax Credit: A Case for Legislative Reform

     pp. 45-67

    Angela Long

    Why Criminalizing Sex Selection Techniques is Unjust: An Argument Challenging Conventional Wisdom

     pp. 69-104

    Anna Zadunayski, Matthew Hicks, Ben Gibbard, Glenys Godlovitch

    Behind the Screen: Legal and Ethical Considerations in Neonatal Screening for Prenatal Exposure to Alcohol

     pp. 105-127

    Michael Yeo, Carol Lucock

    Quality v. Equality: The Divided Court in Chaoulii v. Quebec

     pp. 129-150

    Health Law Journal, 2007, Vol.15

    Author

    Title

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    Nola M. Ries

    Growing Up as a Research Subject: Ethical and Legal Issues in Birth Cohort Studies Involving Genetic Research

     pp. 1-41

    Marie-Claude Premont

    Wait- time Guarantees for Health Services: An Analysis of Quebec's Reaction to the Chaoulli Supreme Court Decision

     pp. 43-86

    Martha Jackman

    Health Care and Equality: Is There a Cure?

     pp. 87-141

    Jocelyn Downie, Carla Nassar

    Barriers to Access to Abortion Through a Legal Lens

     pp. 143-173

    Barbara von Tigerstrom, Erin Schroh

    Regulation of Stem Cell- Based Products

     pp. 175-220

    Ron A. Bouchard

    KSR v. Teleflex Part 1: Impact of U.S Supreme Court Patent Law on Canadian Intellectual Property and Regulatory Rights Landscape

     pp. 221-246

    Ron A. Bouchard

    KSR v. Teleflex Part 2: Impact of U.S Supreme Court Patent Law on Canadian and Global Systems- Based Innovation Ecologies

     pp. 247-294

    Moe Litman

    FIDUCIARY LAW IN THE HOSPITAL CONTEXT: THE PRESCRIPTIVE DUTY OF PROTECTIVE INTERVENTION

     pp. 295-352

    Sanda Rodgers

    ZERO TOLERANCE SOME OF THE TIME? DOCTORS, DISCIPLINE AND SEXUAL ABUSE IN ONTARIO

     pp. 353-399

    Lorian Hardcastle

    GOVERNMENTAL AND INSTITUTIONAL TORT LIABILITY FOR QUALITY OF CARE IN CANADA

     pp. 401-439

    Anne Marie Tasse, Beatrice Godard

    L'ENCADREMENT LEGISLATIF DE LA VENTE DIRECTE DES TESTS GENETIQUES ET LE SYSTEME DE SANTE QUEBECOIS

     pp. 441-467

    Lynette Reid, Timothy Krahn

    MINIMAL RISK IN THE TRI- COUNCIL POLICY STATEMENT

     pp. 469-513

    Ubaka Ogbogu, Russell Brown

    AGAINST DOCTOR'S ORDERS: THE FORCE AND LIMITS OF PERSONAL AUTONOMY IN THE HEALTH CARE SEHING

     pp. 515-533

    Health Law Journal, 2008, Special Ed

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    Title

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    Gerald B. Robertson

    A VIEW OF THE FUTURE: EMERGING DEVELOPMENTS IN HEALTH CARE LIABILITY

     pp. 1-12

    Ian Kerr, James Wishart

    "A TSUNAMI WAVE OF SCIENCE": HOW THE TECHNOLOGIES OF TRANSHUMANIST MEDICINE ARE SHIFTING CANADA'S HEALTH RESEARCH AGENDA

     pp. 13-40

    Timothy Caulfield, Jacob Shelley, Victor Alfonso, Tania Bubela

    NUTRIGENOMICS AND THE PROMISE OF PREVENTION: REPRESENTATIONS AND REALITIES

     pp. 41-66

    Constance Macintosh

    ENVISIONING THE FUTURE OF ABORIGINAL HEALTH UNDER THE HEALTH TRANSFER PROCESS

     pp. 67-100

    Nola M. Ries

    PILING ON THE LAWS, SHEDDING THE POUNDS? THE USE OF LEGAL TOOLS TO ADDRESS OBESITY

     pp. 101-126

    Joanna N. Erdman

    HEALTH EQUITY, HPV AND THE CERVICAL CANCER VACCINE

     pp. 127-144

    Tom Archibald, Trudo Lemmens

    DATA COLLECTION FROM LEGALLY INCOMPETENT SUBJECTS: A PARADIGM LEGAL AND ETHICAL CHALLENGE FOR POPULATION DATABANKS

     pp. 145-192

    Jocelyn Downie, Jennifer Llewellyn

    RELATIONAL THEORY & HEALTH LAW AND POLICY

     pp. 193-210

    Colleen M. Flood

    CHAOULLI: POLITICAL UNDERTOWS AND JUDICIAL RIPTIDES

     pp. 211-236

    Marie-Claude Premont

    CLEARING THE PATH FOR PRIVATE HEALTH MARKETS IN POST- CHAOULLI QUEBEC

     pp. 237-264

    Robert G. Evans

    REFORM, RE- FORM, AND REACTION IN THE CANADIAN HEALTH CARE SYSTEM

     pp. 265-286

    Fiona McDonald

    The Criminalization of Medical Mistakes in Canada: A review

     pp. 1-25

    Jocelyn Downie, Simone Bern

    Rodriguez Redux: Introduction

     pp. 27-54

    Lori Knowles, Tania Bubela

    Challenges for IP Management of HIV Vaccine- Related Research and Development Part 1 The Global Context

     pp. 55-95

    San Patten, Tania Bubela, Lori Knowles

    Challenges for IP Management of HIV Vaccine- Related Research and Development Part 2 The Canadian Context

     pp. 97-142

    Emily Ng, Jillian Clare Kohler

    Finding Flaws: The Limitations of Compulsory Licensing for Improving Access to Medicines- An International Comparison

     pp. 143-172

    Karen Eltis

    A First Step Towards Curtailing Illicit Cross- Border I- Pharma

     pp. 173-205

    Diane Nichol

    Strategies For Dissemination Of University Knowledge

     pp. 207-235

    Vanessa Lentz

    Asking the inconceivable? Ethical and legal considerations regarding HIV seropositive couples request to access to ARTs

     pp. 237-280

    Chris Kaposy, Jocelyn Downie

    Judicial Reasoning about Pregnancy and Choice

     pp. 281-304

    Health Law Journal, 2009, Vol.17

    Author

    Title

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    Barbara von Tigerstrom, Nola M. Ries

    Cancer Surveillance in Canada: Analysis of Legal and Policy Frameworks and Tools for Reform

     pp. 1-49

    Monique W. Dull

    Starson v. Swayze, 2003- 2008: Appreciating the Judicial Consequences

     pp. 51-79

    Glen Rutland

    Futile or Fruitful: The Charter and the Decision to Withhold or Withdraw Life- Sustaining Treatment

     pp. 81-114

    Jocelyn Downie, Karen McEwen

    The Manitoba College of Physicians and Surgeons Position Statement on Withholding and Withdrawal of Life- Sustaining Treatment (2008): Three Problems and a Solution

     pp. 115-137

    H. Archibald Kaiser

    Canadian Mental Health Law: The Slow Process of Redirecting the Ship of State

     pp. 139-194

    Lara Khoury

    Factual Causation and Healthcare- Associated Infections

     pp. 195-227

    Vanessa Gruben

    Assisted Reproduction Without Assisting Over- Collection: Fair Information Practices and the Assisted Human Reproduction Agency of Canada

     pp. 229-267

    Rosario G. Cartagena, Amir Attaran

    A Study of Pharmaceutical Data Exclusivity Laws in Latin America: Is Access to Affordable Medicine Threatened?

     pp. 269-296

    Rebecca Rodal, Nola M. Ries, Kumanan Wilson

    Influenza Vaccination for Health Care Workers: Towards a Workable and Effective Standard

     pp. 297-337

    Health Law Journal, 2010, Vol.18

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    Martha Jackman

    Charter Review as a Health Care Accountability Mechanism in Canada

     pp. 1-29

    Catherine Regis, Jean Poitras

    Healthcare Mediation and the Need for Apologies

     pp. 31-49

    Jocelyn Downie, Simon Outram, Fiona Campbell

    Caveat Emptor, Venditor, et Praescribor: Legal Liability Associated with Methyplenidate Hydrochloride (MPH) Use by Postsecondary Students

     pp. 51-71

    James Williams, Jens Weber-Jahnke

    Regulation of Patient Management Software

     pp. 73-111

    Tania Bubela, Jean-Frederic Morin

    Lost in Translation: The Canadian Access to Medicines Regime from Transnational Activism to Domestic Implementation

     pp. 113-157

    Blake A. Chapman

    Limiting Donation after Cardiac Death: Questions on Consent

     pp. 159-186

    Health Law Journal, 2011, Vol.19

    Author

    Title

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    Nola M. Ries

    Regulating Public Health Risks: Case Studies of Food Allergens and Transfusion Transmissible Infections

     pp. 1-44

    Jeremy De Beer, Craig Brusnyk

    Intellectual Property and Biomedical Innovation in the Context of Canadian Federalism

     pp. 45-82

    Barbara Von Tigerstrom

    How to Build (and Regulate) a Body Part: Regulating Tissue

     pp. 83-124

    Dylan Kozlick

    Clinical Practice Guidelines and the Legal Standard of Care: Warnings, Predictions, and Interdisciplinary Encounters

     pp. 125-152

    Ubaka Ogbogu

    Reference re Assisted Human Reproduction Act and the Future of Technology- Assisted Reproduction and Embryo Research in Canada

     pp. 153-188

    Chantel Cabaj

    Entering the Abyss: The Resident's Standard of Care

     pp. 189-214

    Blake Murdoch, Robyn Hyde-Lay, Timothy Caulfield

    Commentary: An Examination of the Public Justifications for the Expansion of Canadian Naturopaths' Scope of Practice

     pp. 215-236

    Zara J. Bending, George F. Tomossy

    An Australian Perspective on the Doctor- Patient Relationship: A Comparative Prelude to Examining Duties of Disclosure in Surgical Innovation

     pp. 237-254

    Health Law Journal, 2012, Vol.20

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    Edward S. Dove, Lee Black, Denise Avard, Bartha M. Knoppers

    Charting the Privacy Landscape in Canadian Paediatric Biobanks

     pp. 1-46

    Sarah Burningham, Wayne Renke, Timothy Caulfield

    Is Patient Safety Research Protected from Disclosure

     pp. 47-72

    Catherine Regis, Tracey Epps, Louise Bernier

    Implementing Medical Travel in the Canadian Health Care System Considerations for Policy Makers

     pp. 73-106

    Shannon Gibson

    The Use and Abuse of Drug Reformulation in Pharmaceutical Life Cycle Management: A Comparison of the Market Defence of Tricor in the U.S. and Lipidil in Canada

     pp. 107- 143

    Sebastien Lanctdt, Martin Letendre, Julie Devroede, Marie-Claire Monty

    Clauses d'Exclusion ou de Limitation de Responsabilite dans le Cadre d'Etudes Cliniques sur des Sujets Humains

     pp. 145-194

     


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