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    The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics

    The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics


    2000, vol.28                2010, vol.38

    2001, vol.29                2011, vol.39

    2002, vol.30                2012, vol.40

    2003, vol.31                2013, vol.41

    2004, vol.32                2014, Vol.42

    2005, vol.33                2015, Vol.43

    2006, vol.34

    2007, vol.35

    2008, vol.36

    2009, vol.37

     

    The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2000, vol.28

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Carol Levine, Connie Zuckerman

    Hands On/Hands Off: Why Health Care Professionals Depend on Families but Keep Them at Arm's Length

    No.1, March

    pp. 5- 18

    Susana Nuccetelli, Gary Seay

    Relieving Pain and Foreseeing Death: A Paradox About Accountability and Blame

    No.1, March

    pp. 19- 25

    Daniel P. Sulmasy

    Commentary: Double Effect-Intention is the Solution, Not the Problem

    No.1, March

    pp. 26- 29

    Diane Hoffmann, Anita Tarzian, J. Anne ONeil

    Are Ethics Committee Members Competent to Consult?

    No.1, March

    pp. 30- 40

    Richard R. Sharp, Morris W. Foster

    Involving Study Populations in the Review of Genetic Research

    No.1, March

    pp. 41- 51

    Eric T. Juengst

    Commentary: What Community Review Can and Cannot Do

    No.1, March

    pp. 52- 54

    Rosamund Scott

    Autonomy and Connectedness: A Re-evaluation of Georgetown and its Progeny

    No.1, March

    pp. 55- 66

    Francis J. Beckwith, John F. Peppin

    Physician Value Neutrality: A Critique

    No.1, March

    pp. 67- 77

    Susan Lee

    Harvard Law & Health Care Society. Human Stem Cell Research: NIH Releases Draft Guidelines for Comment

    No.1, March

    pp. 81- 83

    Elaine T. Moore

    ERISA and RICO: New Tools for HMO Litigators

    No.1, March

    pp. 83- 85

    Jessamyn S. Berniker

    Legal Implications of Discrimination in Medical Practice

    No.1, March

    pp. 85- 88

    Fatma Marouf

    Legal Implications : Oklahoma Supreme Court Replaces Viability Standard with Live Birth Standard

    No.1, March

    pp. 88- 90

    Jeffrey Rowes

    EMTALA: OIG/HCFA Special Advisory Bulletin Clarifies EMTALA, American College of Emergency Physicians Criticizes It

    No.1, March

    pp. 90- 92

    Nicklas A. Akers

    Disability & ADA: Disparate Insurance Coverage for Physical and Psychological Disabilities Does Not Violate ADA

    No.1, March

    pp. 92- 94

    Iris Lan

    AIDS: Mississippi Supreme Court Adopts New Standard for Fear of Exposure to AIDS

    No.1, March

    pp. 94- 95

    Daniel Luke Geyser

    Organ Transplantation: New Regulations to Alter Distribution of Organs

    No.1, March

    pp. 95- 98

    Amy J. Oliver

    Internet Pharmacies: Regulation of a Growing Industry

    No.1, March

    pp. 98- 101

    Melinda T. Derish, Kathleen Vanden Heuvel

    Mature Minors Should Have the Right to Refuse Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment

    No.2, June

    pp. 109- 124

    Mark E. Meaney

    A Deliberative Model of Corporate Medical Management

    No.2, June

    pp. 125- 136

    Lynn A. Jansen, Lainie Friedman Ross

    Patient Confidentiality and the Surrogate's Right to Know

    No.2, June

    pp. 137- 143

    E. Haavi Morreim

    Quality of Life: Erosions and Opportunities Under Managed Care

    No.2, June

    pp. 144- 158

    Lewis H. Margolis

    Taking Names: The Ethics of Indirect Recruitment in Research on Sexual Networks

    No.2, June

    pp. 159- 164

    Sana Loue, David Okello

    Research Bioethics in the Ugandan Context II: Procedural and Substantive Reform

    No.2, June

    pp. 165- 173

    Karen Hofman

    The Global Forum for Bioethics in Research: Report of a Meeting, November 1999

    No.2, June

    pp. 174- 175

    Walter Wright

    Historical Analogies, Slippery Slopes, and the Question of Euthanasia

    No.2, June

    pp. 176- 186

    Jennifer Doran

    Administrative Developments: Celera Genomics to Complete DNA Map

    No.2, June

    pp. 188- 189

    Sharon Hussong

    Administrative Developments: Civil Cause of Action under RICO Requires Tortious Act

    No.2, June

    pp. 189- 190

    Peter J. Van Hemel

    ERISA: State Tort Claim for Fraud and Negligent Misrepresentation Survives ERISA Preemption Shea v. Esensten

    No.2, June

    pp. 190- 191

    Allyson Behm

    Fraud and Abuse: United States ex rel Merena v. SmithKline Beecham Corp.;1 United States ex rel Spear v. SmithKline Beecham Clinical Lab.;2 United States ex rel Grossenbacher v. SmithKline Beecham Clinical Lab.

    No.2, June

    pp. 191- 192

    Kathleen Gabriel

    Fraud and Abuse: OIG Advisory Opinion No. 00-3

    No.2, June

    pp. 193- 194

    Alessia T. Bell

    Criminal Law/Medical Malpractice: Court Strikes Down Murder Conviction of Physician Where Inappropriate Care Led to Patient's Death

    No.2, June

    pp. 194- 195

    Stefanie Roberti

    Malpractice and Negligence: Estate of Taylor v. Muncie Medical Investors, L.P

    No.2, June

    pp. 195- 197

    Matthew Morton

    Product Liability: Florida Jury Finds that Cigarettes Caused Smoker's Disease

    No.2, June

    pp.197

    Avery W. Gardiner

    Reproductive Health: Massachusetts Court Holds Contracts Forcing Parenthood Violate Public Policy

    No.2, June

    pp. 198- 200

    Wendy Netter

    ERISA: U.S. Supreme Court Holds Treatment Decisions Made by HMO Physician-Employees Do Not Breach Fiduciary Duty

    No.3, September

    pp. 309- 311

    Mary Zendran

    ERISA: Health Benefit Plans Discriminating Against Providers

    No.3, September

    pp. 311- 312

    Jacob M. Appel

    Ethics: English High Court Orders Separation of Conjoined Twins

    No.3, September

    pp. 312- 313

    Thomas A. Utzinger

    Discovery Issues: Confidentiality of Medical Board Records

    No.3, September

    pp. 313- 314

    Randi Burnstine

    Evidence: Supreme Court of Georgia Denies Law Firm Access to Hospital Records

    No.3, September

    pp. 314- 315

    Darcy Paul

    Policy: Kaiser Commission Report on Personal Perspectives

    No.3, September

    pp. 315- 317

    Jodie A. Hamill

    Medicare: Coverage Approved for Participation in Clinical Trials

    No.3, September

    pp. 317- 318

    Jonathan Kimmelman

    Risking Ethical Insolvency: A Survey of Trends in Criminal DNA Databanking

    No.3, September

    pp. 209- 221

    Francoise Baylis

    Expert Testimony by Persons Trained in Ethical Reasoning: The Case of Andrew Sawatzky

    No.3, September

    pp. 224- 231

    Giles Scofield

    Commentary: The Wizard of Oughts

    No.3, September

    pp. 232- 235

    Lawrence J. Schneiderman

    Commentary: Weighing and Comparing Expert Testimony by Medical Ethicists

    No.3, September

    pp. 236- 239

    Francoise Baylis

    Rebuttal: Expert Ethics Testimony

    No.3, September

    pp. 240- 242

    Giles Scofield

    Response: Narcissus Meets Pandora

    No.3, September

    pp. 243- 244

    Mark A. Hall, Stephen S. Rich

    Genetic Privacy Laws and Patients' Fear of Discrimination by Health Insurers: The View from Genetic Counselors

    No.3, September

    pp. 245- 257

    Frank V. Lefevre, Teresa M. Waters, Peter P. Budetti

    A Survey of Physician Training Programs in Risk Management and Communication Skills for Malpractice Prevention

    No.3, September

    pp. 258- 266

    Arthur R. Derse

    Is There a Lingua Franca for Bioethics at the End of Life?

    No.3, September

    pp. 279- 284

    Frances H. Miller, Walter W. Miller Jr.

    Lessons to be Learned From Harvard Pilgrim HMO's Fiscal Roller Coaster Ride

    No.3, September

    pp. 287- 304

    Nancy M. P. King

    Defining and Describing Benefit Appropriately in Clinical Trials

    No.4, December

    pp. 332- 343

    Charles Weijer

    The Ethical Analysis of Risk

    No.4, December

    pp. 344- 361

    Jennifer Rosato

    The Ethics of Clinical Trials: A Chad's View

    No.4, December

    pp. 362- 378

     

    Recent Developments in Health Law

    No.4, December

    pp. 405- 406

    Aviva Halpern

    Evidence: Discovery and Medical Peer Review Committee Privileges

    No.4, December

    pp. 406- 407

    Tal Sapeika

    ERISA: No Preemption of State's HMO Law Requiring Independent Physician Review

    No.4, December

    pp. 407- 408

    Vineetha Reddy

    Employment: No Discrimination for Accommodation of Patients' Preference for Female Doctors

    No.4, December

    pp. 409- 410

    Brian J. Winner

    Disability and the ADA: Learning Impairment as a Disability

    No.4, December

    pp. 410- 411

    Christine Kirk

    Research Guidelines: NIH Issues Guidelines for Federally Funded Stem Cell Research

    No.4, December

    pp. 411- 413

    Danielle Krause

    RICO: Fraudulent Concealment not Barred by Time

    No.4, December

    pp. 413- 414

    Beth Mellen Harrison

    Internet and Health Care: DHHS Releases Final Rule on Electronic Transactions Standards

    No.4, December

    pp. 415- 416

    Elizabeth Pang

    Insurance: Patient Protections for Federal Employees

    No.4, December

    pp. 417- 418

    The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2001, vol.29

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Diane E. Hoffmann, Anita J. Tarzian

    The Girl Who Cried Pain: A Bias Against Women in the Treatment of Pain

    No.1, March

    pp. 13- 27

    Barry R. Furrow

    Pain Management and Provider Liability: No More Excuses

    No.1, March

    pp. 28- 51

    Vence L. Bonham

    Race, Ethnicity, and Pain Treatment: Striving to Understand the Causes and Solutions to the Disparities in Pain Treatment

    No.1, March

    pp. 52- 68

    David B. Brushwood

    From Confrontation to Collaboration: Collegial Accountability and the Expanding Role of Pharmacists in the Management of Chronic Pain

    No.1, March

    pp. 69- 93

    Lawrence O. Gostin

    Public Health, Ethics, and Human Rights: A Tribute to the Late Jonathan Mann

    No.2, June

    pp. 121- 130

    Stephen P. Marks

    Jonathan Mann's Legacy to the 21st Century: The Human Rights Imperative for Public Health

    No.2, June

    pp. 131- 138

    Lawrence O. Gostin

    A Vision of Health and Human Rights for the 21st Century: A Continuing Discussion with Stephen P. Marks

    No.2, June

    pp. 139- 140

    Lainie Friedman Ross

    Genetic Exceptionalism vs. Paradigm Shift: Lessons from HIV

    No.2, June

    pp. 141- 148

    Zita Lazzarini

    What Lessons Can We Learn from the Exceptionalism Debate (Finally)?

    No.2, June

    pp. 149- 151

    David B. Resnik

    DNA Patents and Human Dignity

    No.2, June

    pp. 152- 165

    Barry Brown

    The Case for Caution Being protective of Human Dignity in the Face of Corporate Forces Taking Title to Our DNA

    No.2, June

    pp. 166- 169

    David A. Hyman, Charles Silver

    Just What the Patient Ordered: The Case for Result-Based Compensation Arrangements

    No.2, June

    pp. 170- 173

    E. Haavi Morreim

    Result-Based Compensation in Health Care: A Good, But Limited, Idea

    No.2, June

    pp. 174- 181

    Norman L. Cantor

    Twenty-Five Years After Quinlan: A Review of the Jurisprudence of Death and Dying

    No.2, June

    pp. 182- 196

    Judith F. Daar

    Frozen Embryo Disputes Revisited: A Trilogy of Procreation-Avoidance Approaches

    No.2, June

    pp. 197- 202

    Barbara J. Gilchrist

    Managed Care Takes to the Highway: Implications for Insureds

    No.2, June

    pp. 203- 219

    Wendy K. Mariner

    Slouching Toward Managed Care Liability: Reflections on Doctrinal Boundaries, Paradigm Shifts, and Incremental Reform

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 253- 277

    Peter D. Jacobson, Elizabeth Selvin, Scott D. Pomfret

    The Role of the Courts in Shaping Health Policy: An Empirical Analysis

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 278- 289

    Alice A. Noble, Troyen A. Brennan

    Managing Care in the New Era of Systems-Think : The Implications for Managed Care Organizational Liability and Patient Safety

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 290- 304

    John V. Jacobi, Nicole Huberfeld

    Quality Control, Enterprise Liability, and Disintermediation in Managed Care

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 305- 322

    Eleanor D. Kinney

    The Brave New World of Medical Standards of Care

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 323- 334

    <William B. Weeks, Tina Foster, Amy E. Wallace, Erik Stalhandske>

    Tort Claims Analysis in the Veterans Health Administration for Quality Improvement

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 335- 345

    Bryan A. Liang

    The Adverse Event of Unaddressed Medical Error: Identifying and Filling the Holes in the Health-Care and Legal Systems

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 346- 368

    Randall R. Bovbjerg, Robert H. Miller, David W Shapiro

    Paths to Reducing Medical Injury: Professional Liability and Discipline vs. Patient Safety and the Need for a Third Way

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 369- 380

    Barry R Furrow

    The Problem of Medical Misadventures: A Review of E. Haavi Morreim's Holding Health Care Accountable

    No. 3-4, September

    pp. 381- 393

    The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2002, vol.30

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Ronald A. Lindsay

    Should We Impose Quotas? Evaluating the Disparate Impact Argument Against Legalization of Assisted Suicide

    No.1, March

    pp. 6- 16

    Carl H. Coleman

    The Disparate Impact Argument Reconsidered: Making Room for Justice in the Assisted Suicide Debate

    No.1, March

    pp. 17- 23

    Marc S. Spindelman

    Legislating Privilege

    No.1, March

    pp. 24- 33

    Ronald A. Lindsay

    The Need to Specify the Difference Difference Makes

    No.1, March

    pp. 34- 37

    Loretta M. Kopelman

    Pediatric Research Regulations Under Legal Scrutiny: Grimes Narrows Their Interpretation

    No.1, March

    pp. 38- 49

    Lainie Friedman Ross

    In Defense of the Hopkins Lead Abatement Studies

    No.1, March

    pp. 50- 57

    Peter A. Clark

    Placebo Surgery for Parkinson's Disease: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Risks?

    No.1, March

    pp. 58- 68

    Charles Weijer

    I Need a Placebo like I Need a Hole in the Head

    No.1, March

    pp. 69- 72

    Peter J. Cohen

    Untreated Addiction Imposes an Ethical Bar to Recruiting Addicts for Non-Therapeutic Studies of Addictive Drugs

    No.1, March

    pp. 73- 81

    Barbara J. Russell

    Health-Care Rationing: Critical Features, Ordinary Language, and Meaning

    No.1, March

    pp. 82- 87

    <Samuel C. Seiden, Karine Morin, Council on Ethical, Judicial Affairs, American Medical Association>

    The Physician as Gatekeeper to the Use of Genetic Information in the Criminal Justice System

    No.1, March

    pp. 88- 94

    Raphael Cohen-Almagor

    Why the Netherlands?

    No.1, March

    pp. 95- 104

    Mark A. Rothstein

    Currents in Contemporary Ethics

    No.1, March

    pp. 105- 108

    Mark A. Rothstein

    Rethinking the Meaning of Public Health

    No.2, June

    pp. 144- 149

    David P. Fidler

    A Globalized Theory of Public Health Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 150- 161

    Bernard M. Dickens

    A Tool for Teaching and Scholarship: A Review of Lawrence Gostin's Public Health Law: Power, Duty, Restraint

    No.2, June

    pp. 162- 169

    <James F. Childress, Ruth R. Faden, Ruth D. Gaare, Lawrence O. Gostin, Jeffrey Kahn, Richard J. Bonnie, Nancy E. Kass, Anna C. Mastroianni, Jonathan D. Moreno, Phillip Nieburg>

    Public Health Ethics: Mapping the Terrain

    No.2, June

    pp. 170- 178

    Scott Burris

    Disease Stigma in U.S. Public Health Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 179- 190

    Sara Rosenbaum, Brian Kamoie

    Managed Care and Public Health: Conflict and Collaboration

    No.2, June

    pp. 191- 200

    Wendy E. Parmet

    After September 11: Rethinking Public Health Federalism

    No.2, June

    pp. 201- 211

    Eleanor D. Kinney

    Administrative Law and the Public's Health

    No.2, June

    pp. 212- 223

    Peter D. Jacobson, Soheil Soliman

    Litigation as Public Health Policy: Theory or Reality?

    No.2, June

    pp. 224- 238

    Zita Lazzarini, Sarah Bray, Scott Burris

    Evaluating the Impact of Criminal Laws on HIV Risk Behavior

    No.2, June

    pp. 239- 253

    James G. Hodge Jr.

    Bioterrorism Law and Policy: Critical Choices in Public Health

    No.2, June

    pp. 254- 261

    <Heather H. Horton, James J. Misrahi, Gene W. Matthews, Paula L. Kocher>

    Critical Biological Agents: Disease Reporting as a Tool for Determining Bioterrorism Preparedness

    No.2, June

    pp. 262- 266

    Richard J. Bonnie, Bernard Guyer

    Injury as a Field of Public Health: Achievements and Controversies

    No.2, June

    pp. 267- 280

    Richard A. Daynard

    Regulating Tobacco: The Need for a Public Health Judicial Decision-Making Canon

    No.2, June

    pp. 281- 289

    Ellen Wright Clayton

    The Complex Relationship of Genetics, Groups, and Health: What It Means for Public Health

    No.2, June

    pp. 290- 297

    <Richard A. Goodman, Zita Lazzarini, Anthony D. Moulton, Scott Burris, Nanette R. Elster, Paul A. Locke, Lawrence O. Gostin>

    Other Branches of Science Are Necessary to Form a Lawyer: Teaching Public Health Law in Law School

    No.2, June

    pp. 298- 301

    Wendy E. Parmet, Anthony Robbins

    A Rightful Place for Public Health in American Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 302- 304

    Lawrence O. Gostin

    The Model State Emergency Health Powers Act Transmittal Letter

    No.2, June

    pp. 322- 323

    Judah Folkman

    The Podium

    No.3, September

    pp. 361- 366

    Norman G. Poythress

    Obtaining Informed Consent for Research: A Model for Use with Participants Who Are Mentally Ill

    No.3, September

    pp. 367- 374

    Deborah Hellman

    Evidence, Belief, and Action: The Failure of Equipoise to Resolve the Ethical Tension in the Randomized Clinical Trial

    No.3, September

    pp. 375- 380

    Nancy M. P. King

    RAC Oversight of Gene Transfer Research: A Model Worth Extending?

    No.3, September

    pp. 381- 389

    Mark Barnes, Patrik S. Florencio

    Financial Conflicts of Interest in Human Subjects Research: The Problem of Institutional Conflicts

    No.3, September

    pp. 390- 402

    David Orentlicher

    Universality and its Limits: When Research Ethics Can Reflect Local Circumstances

    No.3, September

    pp. 403- 410

    <Arlene M. Davis, Sara Chandros Hull, Christine Grady, Benjamin S. Wilfond, Gail E. Henderson>

    The Invisible Hand in Clinical Research: The Study Coordinator's Critical Role in Human Subjects Protection

    No.3, September

    pp. 411- 419

    Bethany J. Speilman

    Professionalism in Forensic Bioethics

    No.3, September

    pp. 420- 439

    Lainie Friedman Ross

    Solid Organ Donation Between Strangers

    No.3, September

    pp. 440- 445

    Lainie Friedman Ross

    All Donations Should Not Be Treated Equally: A Response to Jeffrey Kahn's Commentary

    No.3, September

    pp. 448- 451

    Serge A. Martinez

    Currents in Contemporary Ethics

    No.3, September

    pp. 452- 454

    Michael Kirby

    Thoughts in Dark Times of a World Made New

    No.4, December

    pp. 492- 497

    Scott Burris

    Introduction: Merging Law, Human Rights, and Social Epidemiology

    No.4, December

    pp. 498- 509

    Scott Burns, Ichiro Kawachi, Austin Sarat

    Integrating Law and Social Epidemiology

    No.4, December

    pp. 510- 521

    Gerald M. Oppenheimer, Ronald Bayer, James Colgrove

    Health and Human Rights: Old Wine in New Bottles?

    No.4, December

    pp. 522- 532

    Zita Lazzarini, Robert Klitzman

    HIV and the Law: Integrating Law, Policy, and Social Epidemiology

    No.4, December

    pp. 533- 547

    Kim M. Blankenship, Stephen Koester

    Criminal Law, Policing Policy, and HIV Risk in Female Street Sex Workers and Injection Drug Users

    No.4, December

    pp. 548- 559

    Melissa B. Jacoby

    Does Indebtedness Influence Health? A Preliminary Inquiry

    No.4, December

    pp. 560- 571

    Juliana Maantay

    Zoning Law, Health, and Environmental Justice: What's the Connection?

    No.4, December

    pp. 572- 593

    Gregory M. Herek

    Thinking About AIDS and Stigma: A Psychologist's Perspective

    No.4, December

    pp. 594- 607

    Wendy E. Parmet

    The Impact of Law on Coronary Heart Disease: Some Preliminary Observations on the Relationship of Law to Normalized Conditions

    No.4, December

    pp. 608- 620

    Bebe Loff, Mark Heywood

    Patents on Drugs: Manufacturing Scarcity or Advancing Health?

    No.4, December

    pp. 621- 631

    Sevgi Aral, Scott Burns, Clifford Shearing

    Health and the Governance of Security: A Tale of Two Systems

    No.4, December

    pp. 632- 643

    Enrique Gonzalez Mac Dowell

    Juridical Action for the Protection of Collective Rights and Its Legal Impact: A Case Study

    No.4, December

    pp. 644- 654

    Paul Farmer, Nicole Gastineau

    Rethinking Health and Human Rights: Time for a Paradigm Shift

    No.4, December

    pp. 655- 666

    Marion Danis, Amy Sepinwall

    Regulation of the Global Marketplace for the Sake of Health

    No.4, December

    pp. 667- 676

    Leslie London

    Human Rights and Public Health: Dichotomies or Synergies in Developing Countries? Examining the Case of HIV in South Africa

    No.4, December

    pp. 677- 691

    Jon S. Vernick, Julie Samia Mair

    How the Law Affects Gun Policy in the United States: Law as Intervention or Obstacle to Prevention

    No.4, December

    pp. 692- 704

    Peter D. Jacobson, Soheil Soliman

    Co-opting the Health and Human Rights Movement

    No.4, December

    pp. 705- 715

    Helen Watchirs

    Review of Methodologies Measuring Human Rights Implementation

    No.4, December

    pp. 716- 733

    Eileen OKeefe, Alex Scott-Samuel

    Human Rights and Wrongs: Could Health Impact Assessment Help?

    No.4, December

    pp. 734- 738

    Stephen P. Marks

    The Evolving Field of Health and Human Rights: Issues and Methods

    No.4, December

    pp. 739- 754

    The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2003, vol.31

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Diane E. Hoffmann, Anita J. Tarzian

    Achieving the Right Balance in Oversight of Physician Opioid Prescribing for Pain: The Role of State Medical Boards

    No.1, March

    pp. 21- 40

    David B. Brushwood

    Maximizing the Value of Electronic Prescription Monitoring Programs

    No.1, March

    pp. 41- 54

    Lars Noah

    Challenges in the Federal Regulation of Pain Management Technologies

    No.1, March

    pp. 55- 74

    Stephen J. Ziegler, Nicholas P. Lovrich Jr.

    Pain Relief, Prescription Drugs, and Prosecution: A Four-State Survey of Chief Prosecutors

    No.1, March

    pp. 75- 100

    Jean B. Lazarus, Belinda (Wendy) Downing

    Monitoring and Investigating Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners in Pain Management

    No.1, March

    pp. 101- 118

    Aaron M. Gilson, David E. Joranson, Martha A. Maurer

    Improving State Medical Board Policies: Influence of a Model

    No.1, March

    pp. 119- 129

    Danuta Mendelson, Timothy Stoltzfus Jost

    A Comparative Study of the Law of Palliative Care and End-of-Life Treatment

    No.1, March

    pp. 130- 143

    Barbara A. Noah

    AIDS and Antiretroviral Drugs in South Africa: Public Health, Politics, and Individual Suffering: A Review of Brian Tilley's It's My Life

    No.1, March

    pp. 144- 148

    T. Howard Stone

    Currents in Contemporary Ethics

    No.1, March

    pp. 149- 153

    Kathleen Romanow

    Criminal Law: Physician Convicted for Recklessly Prescribing OxyContin

    No.1, March

    pp. 154- 155

    Valerie Gutmann

    Prenatal Care: Revisions to SCHIP Extend Health Care to Unborn Children

    No.1, March

    pp. 155- 157

    Bryan Lee

    Managed Care: Health Providers Bill of Rights Now Law in California

    No.1, March

    pp. 157- 159

    Ed Caldie

    Medicare: Ninth Circuit Limits Rates Providers Can Charge Medigap Insurers

    No.1, March

    pp. 159- 160

    Kaley Klanica

    Managed Care: Immunity for Peer Review Under HCQIA

    No.1, March

    pp. 160- 161

    David M. Dudzinski

    Tobacco Litigation: Statistics Permitted for Proof of Causation and Damages in Class Action

    No.1, March

    pp. 161- 163

    Sam Lockner

    Public Health: Smoking Ban Exceeds Board of Health's Authority

    No.1, March

    pp. 163- 165

    Mayelin Prieto-Gonzalez

    ADA: Isolated Bouts of Depression Do Not Qualify as a Disability

    No.1, March

    pp. 165- 167

    Guillermo A. Montero

    Employment: Protecting Public Health Abrogates Due Process Requirement for Suspension Proceedings

    No.1, March

    pp. 167- 168

    Hemanth Gundavaram

    EMTALA: Screening Can Satisfy EMTALA, Despite Misdiagnosis

    No.1, March

    pp. 169- 170

    Sandra H. Johnson

    Providing Relief to Those in Pain: A Retrospective on the Scholarship and Impact of the Mayday Project

    No.1, March

    pp. 15- 20

    Robert M. Sade

    Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Foundations, Ethics, and Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 183- 190

    Lawrence J. Schneiderman

    The (Alternative) Medicalization of Life

    No.2, June

    pp. 191- 197

    David J. Hufford

    Evaluating Complementary and Alternative Medicine: The Limits of Science and of Scientists

    No.2, June

    pp. 198- 212

    Ruiping Fan

    Modern Western Science as a Standard for Traditional Chinese Medicine: A Critical Appraisal

    No.2, June

    pp. 213- 221

    E. Haavi Morreim

    A Dose of Our Own Medicine: Alternative Medicine, Conventional Medicine, and the Standards of Science

    No.2, June

    pp. 222- 235

    Randall G. Holcombe

    Eliminating Scope of Practice and Licensing Laws to Improve Health Care

    No.2, June

    pp. 236- 246

    Jeremy Sugarman

    Informed Consent, Shared Decision-Making, and Complementary and Alternative Medicine

    No.2, June

    pp. 247- 250

    Kathleen M. Boozang

    National Policy on CAM: The White House Commission Report

    No.2, June

    pp. 251- 261

    Josephine Johnston

    Resisting a Genetic Identity: The Black Seminoles and Genetic Tests of Ancestry

    No.2, June

    pp. 262- 271

    Carson Strong

    Too Many Twins, Triplets, Quadruplets, and So On: A Call for New Priorities

    No.2, June

    pp. 272- 282

    Derek W. Loeser

    The Legal, Ethical, and Practical Implications of Noncompetition Clauses: What Physicians Should Know Before They Sign

    No.2, June

    pp. 283- 291

    <Mark Weitz, Neil Drummond, Dorothy Pringle, Lorraine E. Ferris, Judith Globerman, Philip Hebert, C. Shawn Tracy, Carole Cohen>

    In Whose Interest? Current Issues in Communicating Personal Health Information: A Canadian Perspective

    No.2, June

    pp. 292- 301

    Nanette R. Elster, M. Gabriela Alcalde

    Currents in Contemporary Ethics

    No.2, June

    pp. 303- 307

    Meleah A. Geertsma

    Punitive Damages: Court Orders Two-Thirds to Go to State University Cancer Research Program

    No.2, June

    pp. 308- 312

    Jennifer Gray

    Public Health: Bush's Smallpox Vaccination Plan

    No.2, June

    pp. 312- 314

    Valerie Gutmann

    Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Failure to Cover Does Not Violate ADA, Title VII, or PDA

    No.2, June

    pp. 314- 316

    Brooke A. Schneider

    Child Welfare: Court May Determine Whether Life-Sustaining Treatment Should Be Withdrawn

    No.2, June

    pp. 316- 317

    Susan M. Wolf, Jeffrey P. Kahn, John E. Wagner

    Using Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis to Create a Stem Cell Donor: Issues, Guidelines & limits

    No.3, September

    pp. 327- 339

    Philip H. Jos, Martin Perlmutter, Mary Faith Marshall

    Substance Abuse During Pregnancy: Clinical and Public Health Approaches

    No.3, September

    pp. 340- 350

    Jane Gilbert Mauldon

    Providing Subsidies and Incentives for Norplant, Sterilization and Other Contraception: Allowing Economic Theory to Inform Ethical Analysis

    No.4, September

    pp. 351- 364

    Joseph P. Pestaner

    End-of-Iife Care: Forensic Medicine v. Palliative Medicine

    No.3, September

    pp. 365- 376

    Anita Silvers, Michael Ashley Stein

    Human Rights and Genetic Discrimination: Protecting Genomics Promise For Public Health

    No.3, September

    pp. 377- 389

    Eric Racine

    Discourse Ethics as an Ethics of Responsibility: Comparison and Evaluation of citizen Involvement in Population Genomics

    No.3, September

    pp. 390- 397

    Trudo Lemmens, Paul B. Miller

    The Human Subjects Trade: Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Recruitment Incentives

    No.3, September

    pp. 398- 418

    Larry D. Scott

    Research-Related Injury: Problems and Solutions

    No.3, September

    pp. 419- 428

    <Nancy E. Kass, Marvin R. Natowicz, Sara Chandros Hull, Ruth R. Faden, Laura Plantinga, Lawrence O. Gostin, Julia Slutsman>

    The Use of Medical Records in Research: What Do Patients Want?

    No.3, September

    pp. 429- 433

    Ivan Berlin, David A. Gorelick

    The French Law on Protection of Persons Undergoing Biomedical Research : Implications for the U.S.

    No.3, September

    pp. 434- 441

    <Michelle R. Henry, Mildred K. Cho, Meredith A. Weaver, Jon F. Merz>

    A Pilot Survey on the Licensing of DNA Inventions

    No.3, September

    pp. 442- 449

    Mary R. Anderlik, Mark A. Rothstein

    Currents in Contemporary Ethics

    No.3, September

    pp. 450- 454

    Katherine Gehringer

    Informed Consent: Hospitals Must Obtain Informed Consent Prior to Drug Testing Pregnant Patients

    No.3, September

    pp. 455- 457

    Marcella Smith

    Child Safety: Homicide by Child Abuse: South Carolina Upholds Conviction Under Crack Mom Law

    No.3, September

    pp. 457- 458

    Devesh Tiwary

    Drug Labeling: FDA Requires New Label for Antibiotics To Prevent Overuse

    No.3, September

    pp. 458- 460

    David P. Fidler

    SARS: Political Pathology of the First Post-Westphalian Pathogen

    No.4, December

    pp. 485- 505

    Nicole Gastineau Campos, Paul Farmer

    Partners: Discernment and Humanitarian Efforts in Settings of Violence

    No.4, December

    pp. 506- 515

    Victor W. Sidel, Barry S. Levy

    War, Terrorism, and Public Health

    No.4, December

    pp. 516- 523

    Lawrence O. Gostin

    Commentary : When Terrorism Threatens Health: How Far Are Limitations on Human Rights Justified

    No.4, December

    pp. 524- 528

    M. Gregg Bloche, Elizabeth R. Jungman

    Health Policy and the WTO

    No.4, December

    pp. 529- 545

    <Jason W. Sapsin, Theresa M. Thompson, Lesley Stone, Katherine E. DeLand>

    International Trade, Law, and Public Health Advocacy

    No.4, December

    pp. 546- 556

    Wendy C. Perdue, Lawrence O. Gostin, Lesley A. Stone

    Public Health and the Built Environment: Historical, Empirical, and Theoretical Foundations for an Expanded Role

    No.4, December

    pp. 557- 566

    <Jon S. Vernick, Matthew W. Pierce, Daniel W. Webster, Sara B. Johnson, Shannon Frattaroli>

    Technologies to Detect Concealed Weapons: Fourth Amendment Limits on a New Public Health and Law Enforcement Tool

    No.4, December

    pp. 567- 579

    Cynthia P. Schneider, Michael D. McDonald

    The King of Terrors Revisited: The Smallpox Vaccination Campaign and Its Lessons for Future Biopreparedness1

    No.4, December

    pp. 580- 589

    Sara Rosenbaum, Brian Kamoie

    Finding a Way Through the Hospital Door: The Role of EMTALA in Public Health Emergencies

    No.4, December

    pp. 590- 601

    Julie Samia Mair, Shannon Frattaroli, Stephen P. Teret

    New Hope for Victims of Prison Sexual Assault

    No.4, December

    pp. 602- 606

    Daniel M. Fox

    Commentary Populations and the Law: The Changing Scope of Health Policy

    No.4, December

    pp. 607- 614

    Amy L. Fairchild

    Dealing with Humpty Dumpty: Research, Practice, and the Ethics of Public Health Surveillance

    No.4, December

    pp. 615- 623

    Amy L. Fairchild, James Colgrove, Ronald Bayer

    The Myth of Exceptionalism: The History of Venereal Disease Reporting in the Twentieth Century

    No.4, December

    pp. 624- 637

    Scott Burris, James Buehler, Zita Lazzarini

    Applying the Common Rule to Public Health Agencies: Questions and Tentative Answers About a Separate Regulatory Regime

    No.4, December

    pp. 638- 653

    <Scott Burris, Lance Gable, Lesley Stone, Zita Lazzarini>

    The Role of State Law in Protecting Human Subjects of Public Health Research and Practice

    No.4, December

    pp. 654- 662

    James G. Hodge Jr.

    Health Information Privacy and Public Health

    No.4, December

    pp. 663- 671

    <Anthony D. Moulton, Richard N. Gottfried, Richard A. Goodman, Anne M. Murphy, Raymond D. Rawson>

    What Is Public Health Legal Preparedness?

    No.4, December

    pp. 672- 683

    <Richard A. Goodman, Judith W. Munson, Kim Dammers, Zita Lazzarini, John P. Barkley>

    Forensic Epidemiology: Law at the Intersection of Public Health and Criminal Investigations

    No.4, December

    pp. 684- 700

    Wendy E. Parmet, Anthony Robbins

    Public Health Literacy for Lawyers

    No.4, December

    pp. 701- 713

    Robert M. Pestronk, Cynthia Honssinger, Montrece Ransom

    News The public Health hw Association: A New Partnership in Public Health Practice

    No.4, December

    pp. 714- 715

     

    The Turning Point Model State Public Health Act

    No.4, December

    pp. 716- 720

    Sharona Hoffman, Andrew P. Morriss

    Currents in Contemporary Ethics

    No.4, December

    pp. 721- 724

    Ben Falit

    Fast Food Fighters Fall Flak Plaintiffs Fail to Establish that McDonalds should be Liable for Obesity-related Illnesses

    No.4, December

    pp. 725- 729

    Valerie Gutmann

    Kentucky Association of Health Plans, Inc. v. Miller

    No.4, December

    pp. 729- 731

    Carly Kelly

    Healthcare Reimbursement: HMO Arbitration Clause Enforced

    No.4, December

    pp. 731- 734

    Anna Lumelsky

    Second Circuit Permits State Malpractice Suit against HMO

    No.4, December

    pp. 734- 736

    Mayelin Prieto-Gonzalez

    Supreme Court Limits Permissible Scope of Government's Ability to Force Medication of Mentally Ill Defendants

    No.4, December

    pp. 737- 739

    John J. Hamre, James G. Young, Mark Shurtleff

    From Smallpox to SARS: Is the Past Prologue?

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 13- 20

    Daniel M. Fox, Mary Kramer, Marion Standish

    From Public Health to Population Health: How Law Can Redefine the Playing Field

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 21- 29

    Myongsei Sohn

    Public Health Law: The Values of Global Collaboration

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 30- 32

    Angela Z. Monson, George E. Hardy Jr., Ed Thompson

    Are We Prepared for Tomorrow's Health Challenges?

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 33- 38

    <Angela McGowan, Michael Schooley, Helen Narvasa, Jocelyn Rankin, Daniel M. Sosin>

    Symposium on Public Health Law Surveillance: The Nexus of Information Technology and Public Health Law

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 41- 42

    <John A. Heaton, Anne M. Murphy, Susan Allan, Harald Pietz>

    Legal Preparedness for Public Health Emergencies: TOPOFF 2 and Other Lessons

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 43- 44

    Vernellia R. Randall, Glen Safford, Walter W. Williams

    Public Health Preparedness and the Law in Communities of Color

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 45- 46

    <Shelley R. Jackson, Gayle Hafner, Daniel O Brien, Georges Benjamin>

    Approaches to Implementing the Olmstead ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Ruling

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 47- 48

    Marion R. Fremont-Smith, Mark Urban, Sandy Praeger

    The Challenge of For-Profit Health Care Conversions

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 49- 50

    DeKeely Hartsfield, Frank Vinicor

    The Role of Law in Health Services Delivery: Diabetes and State-Mandated Benefits

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp.51-51

    <Cliff Karchmer, Pam Tully, Leah Devlin, Frank Whitney, Michael Sage>

    New Pressures/New Partnerships: Public Health and Law Enforcement

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 52- 53

    <Michael J. Murphy, Anne M. Murphy, Maureen E. Conner, Linda Chezem>

    When Public Health Meets the Judiciary

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 54- 55

    <Maureen Mudron, Cynthia Honssinger, Rod G. Meadows, Lori Spencer>

    Health Care and Public Health Lawyers: Reclaiming the Historical Role

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 56- 57

    <Jill Moore, Marice Ashe, Patricia Gray, Doug Blanke>

    Should Your State Have: A Public Health Law Center?

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 58- 59

    <Karen Pollitz, Donna Imhoff, Charles Scott, Sara Rosenbaum>

    New Directions in Health Insurance Design: Implications for Public Policy and Practice

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 60- 62

    Jane Speakman, Fernando Gonzalez-Martin, Tony Perez

    Quarantine in Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Other Emerging Infectious Diseases

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 63- 64

    <Stephanie Zaza, John Clymer, Linda Upmeyer, Stephen B. Thacker>

    Using Science-Based Guidelines to Shape Public Health Law

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 65- 67

    Angela Z. Monson, Jake Pauls, Michelle Leverett

    Applying the Regulatory Powers of Public Health

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 68- 69

    <Lora Kutkat, James G. Hodge Jr., Thomas Jeffry Jr., Diana M. Bonta>

    The HIPAA Privacy Rule: Reviewing the Post-Compliance Impact on Public Health Practice and Research

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 70- 72

    <Dexter Louie, Eduardo J. Sanchez, Sean Faircloth, William A. Dietz>

    School-Based Policies: Nutrition and Physical Activity

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 73- 75

    Suzi Ruhl, Man Stephens, Paul Locke

    The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Public Health Law

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 76- 77

    <Bruce Bragg, Thomas Galloway, Doug B. Spohn, Donne E. Trotter>

    Land Use and Zoning for the Public's Health

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 78- 80

    <Mary Anne Viverette, Jennifer Leaning, Susan K. Steeg, Kristine M. Gebbie, Maureen Litchveld>

    Who Will Keep the Public Healthy? Assuring a Legally Prepared Workforce

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 81- 83

    <Elva Yanez, Gary Cox, Mike Cooney, Robert Eadie>

    Preemption in Public Health: The Dynamics of Clean Indoor Air Laws

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 84- 85

    Karen Smith Thiel

    New Developments in Public Health Case Law

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 86- 87

    Lawrence O. Gostin, Glen Safford, Deborah Erickson

    Using the Turning Point Model State Public Health Law

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 88- 89

    <Michael R. Reich, Jody Henry Hershey, George E. Hardy Jr., James E Childress, Ruth Gaare Bernheim>

    Workshop on Public Health Law and Ethics I & II: The Challenge of Public/Private Partnerships (PPPs)

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 90- 93

    Sara Rosenbaum

    New Directions for Health Insurance Design: Implications for Public Health Policy and Practice

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 94- 103

    Ruth Gaare Bernheim

    Public Health Ethics: The Voices of Practitioners

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 104- 109

    The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2004, vol.32

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Robert M. Sade

    Evolution, Prevention, and Responses to Aggressive Behavior and Violence

    No.1, March

    pp. 8- 17

    Frans B. M. de Waal

    Evolutionary Ethics, Aggression, and Violence: Lessons from Primate Research

    No.1, March

    pp. 18- 23

    David Wasserman

    Is There Value in Identifying Individual Genetic Predispositions to violence?

    No.1, March

    pp. 24- 33

    Franklin E. Zimring

    Firearms, Violence, and the Potential Impact of Firearms Control

    No.1, March

    pp. 34- 37

    Lance K. Stell

    The Production of Criminal Violence in America: Is Strict Gun Control the Solution?

    No.1, March

    pp. 38- 46

    Lillian R. BeVier

    Controlling Communications That Teach or Demonstrate Violence The Movie Made Them Do It

    No.1, March

    pp. 47- 55

    Stephen J. Morse

    Preventive Confinement of Dangerous Offenders

    No.1, March

    pp. 56- 72

    Dean G. Kilpatrick

    Interpersonal Violence and Public Policy What about the Victims?

    No.1, March

    pp. 73- 81

    Deborah Prothrow-Stith

    Strengthening the Collaboration between Public Health and Criminal Justice to Prevent Violence

    No.1, March

    pp. 82- 88

    Lisa Eckenwiler

    Why Not Retribution? The Particularized Imagination and Justice for Pregnant Addicts

    No.1, March

    pp. 89- 99

    Ezekiel J. Emanuel

    Ending Concerns About Undue Inducement

    No.1, March

    pp. 100- 105

    Carol L. Freund, Ellen W. Clayton, Benjamin S. Wilfond

    Natural Settings Trials Improving the Introduction of Clinical Genetic Tests

    No.1, March

    pp. 106- 110

    Franklin G. Miller

    Research Ethics and Misguided Moral Intuition

    No.1, March

    pp. 111- 116

    Patrik S. Florencio, Erik D. Ramanathan

    Legal Enforcement of Xenotransplatation public Health Safeguards

    No.1, March

    pp. 117- 123

    Kate Dolan, David Lowe, James Shearer

    Evaluation of the condom Distribution Program in New South Wales Prisons, Australia

    No.1, March

    pp. 124- 128

    <Kevin Fiscella, Naomi Pless, Sean Meldrum, Paul Fiscella>

    Benign Neglect or Neglected Abuse Drug and Alcohol withdrawal in U.S. Jails

    No.1, March

    pp. 129- 136

    Leslie E. Wolf, Bernard Lo, Lawrence O. Gostin

    Legal Barriers to Implementing Recommendations for Universal, Routine Prenatal HIV Testing

    No.1, March

    pp. 137- 147

    Annemarie Bridy

    Confounding Extremities: Surgery at the Medico-ethical Limits of Self-Modification

    No.1, March

    pp. 148- 158

    Thomas May

    Political Authority in a Bioterror Emergency

    No.1, March

    pp. 159- 163

    Harry Adams

    A Human Germline Modification Scale

    No.1, March

    pp. 164- 173

    Jonathan D. Moreno

    Bioethics and the National Security State

    No.2, June

    pp. 198- 208

    Tom L. Beauchamp

    Does Ethical Theory Have a Future in Bioethics?

    No.2, June

    pp. 209- 217

    Susan B. Rubin, Laurie Zoloth

    Clinical Ethics and the Road Less Taken Mapping the Future by Tracking the Past

    No.2, June

    pp. 218- 225

    Jeremy Sugarman

    The Future of Empirical Research in Bioethics

    No.2, June

    pp. 226- 231

    Nancy E. Kass

    public Health Ethics From Foundations and Frameworks to Justice and Global public Health

    No.2, June

    pp. 232- 242

    Paul Farmer, Nicole Gastineau Campos

    New Malaise: Bioethics and Human Rights in the Global Era

    No.2, June

    pp. 243- 251

    Patricia Marshall, Barbara Koenig

    Accounting for Culture in Globalized Bioethics

    No.2, June

    pp. 252- 266

    Eric T. Juengst

    FACE Facts: Why Human Genetics Will Always Provoke Bioethics

    No.2, June

    pp. 267- 275

    Ruth R. Faden

    Bioethics: A Field in Transition

    No.2, June

    pp. 276- 278

    Raymond De Vries

    How Can We Help? From Sociology in to Sociology of Bioethics

    No.2, June

    pp. 279- 292

    Susan M. Wolf

    Law & Bioethics: From Values to Violence

    No.2, June

    pp. 293- 306

    R. Alta Charo

    Passing on the Right conservative Bioethics is Closer Than It Appears

    No.2, June

    pp. 307- 314

    James P. Robinson, Dennis C. Turk, John D. Loeser

    Pain, Impairment, and Disability in the AMA Guides

    No.2, June

    pp. 315- 326

    Carol L. Galletly, Steven D. Pinkerton

    Toward Rational Criminal HIV Exposure Laws

    No.2, June

    pp. 327- 337

    Alex Rajczi

    Making Risk-Benefit Assessments of Medical Research Protocols

    No.2, June

    pp. 338- 348

    Peter A. Clark

    Medication Errors in Family Practice, in Hospitals and After Discharge from the Hospital An Ethical Analysis

    No.2, June

    pp. 349- 357

    Mark E. Meaney

    Error Reduction, Patient Safety and Institutional Ethics Committees

    No.2, June

    pp. 358- 364

    Catherine Hoffman, Diane Rowland, Alicia L. Carbaugh

    Holes In The Health Insurance System-Who Lacks Coverage And Why

    No.3, September

    pp. 390- 396

    Dianne Miller Wolman, Wilhelmine Miller

    The Consequences of Uninsurance for Individuals, Families, Communities, and the Nation

    No.3, September

    pp. 397- 403

    Sherry A. Glied, Phyllis C. Borzi

    The Current State of Employment-Based Health Coverage

    No.3, September

    pp. 404- 409

    Bruce C. Vladeck

    The Struggle for The Soul of Medicare

    No.3, September

    pp. 410- 415

    Cindy Mann, Tim Westmoreland

    Attending to Medicaid

    No.3, September

    pp. 416- 425

    Bruce Siegel, Marsha Regenstein, Peter Shin

    Health Reform and the Safety Net: Big Opportunities: Major Risks

    No.3, September

    pp. 426- 432

    Timothy Stoltzfus Jost

    Why Can't We Do What They Do? National Health Reform Abroad

    No.3, September

    pp. 433- 441

    Richard F. Southby

    Where Do We Go From Here: Is There Any Hope For Real Health Care Reform?

    No.3, September

    pp. 442- 445

    Jeanne M. Lambrew

    Numbers Matter: A Guide to Cost and Coverage Estimates in Health Reform Debates

    No.3, September

    pp. 446- 453

    Lawrence R. Jacobs, Michael Illuzzi

    In the Shadow of 9/11: Health Care Reform in the 2004 Presidential Election

    No.3, September

    pp. 454- 460

    Judith Feder

    Crowd-out and the Politics of Health Reform

    No.3, September

    pp. 461- 464

    Mark V. Pauly

    Conflict and Compromise Over Tradeoffs in Universal Health Insurance Plans

    No.3, September

    pp. 465- 473

    E. Haavi Morreim

    Litigation in Clinical Research: Malpractice Doctrines Versus Research Realities

    No.3, September

    pp. 474- 484

    Roger S. Magnusson

    Underground Euthanasia and the Harm Minimization Debate

    No.3, September

    pp. 486- 495

    <Samia A. Hurst, J Russell Teagarden, Elizabeth Garrett and Ezekiel J. Emanuel>

    Conserving Scarce Resources: Willingness of Health Insurance Enrollees to Choose Cheaper Options

    No.3, September

    pp. 496- 499

    Allyn L. Taylor

    Governing the Globalization of Public Health

    No.3, September

    pp. 500- 508

    Lawrence O. Gostin

    Health of the People: The Highest Law?

    No.3, September

    pp. 509- 515

    James G. Hodge Jr., Gabriel B. Eber

    Tobacco Control Legislation: Tools for Public Health Improvement

    No.3, September

    pp. 516- 523

    <Jon S. Vernick, Jason W. Sapsin, Stephen P. Teret, Julie Samia Mair>

    How Litigation Can Promote Product Safety

    No.4, December

    pp. 551- 555

    Timothy D. Lytton

    Using Litigation to Make Public Health Policy: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges in Assessing Product Liability, Tobacco, and Gun Litigation

    No.4, December

    pp. 556- 564

    Lawrence O. Gostin

    Pandemic Influenza: Public Health Preparedness for the Next Global Health Emergency

    No.4, December

    pp. 565- 573

    Solomon R. Benatar

    Towards Progress in Resolving Dilemmas in International Research Ethics

    No.4, December

    pp. 574- 582

    Don Chalmers

    Research Involving Humans: A Time for Change?

    No.4, December

    pp. 583- 595

    Sev S. Fluss

    The Evolution of Research Ethics: The Current International Configuration

    No.4, December

    pp. 596- 603

    Sheila A.M. Mc Lean

    Regulating Research and Experimentation: A View from the UK

    No.4, December

    pp. 604- 612

    Gordon Du Val

    Institutional Conflicts Of Interest: Protecting Human Subjects, Scientific Integrity, And Institutional Accountability

    No.4, December

    pp. 613- 625

    <Rosario M. Isasi, Bartha M. Knoppers, Peter A. Singer, Abdallah S. Daar>

    Legal and Ethical Approaches to Stem Cell and Cloning Research: A Comparative Analysis of Policies in Latin America, Asia, and Africa

    No.4, December

    pp. 626- 640

    Trudo Lemmens

    Leopards in the Temple: Restoring Scientific Integrity to the Commercialized Research Scene

    No.4, December

    pp. 641- 657

    George J. Annas

    American Bioethics and Human Rights: The End of All Our Exploring

    No.4, December

    pp. 658- 663

    Kerry Bowman

    What are the Limits of Bioethics in a Culturally Pluralistic Society?

    No.4, December

    pp. 664- 669

    James G. Hodge Jr., Kieran G. Gostin

    Challenging Themes in American Health Information Privacy and the Public's Health: Historical and Modern Assessments

    No.4, December

    pp. 670- 679

    Roger S. Magnusson

    The Changing Legal and Conceptual Shape of Health Care Privacy

    No.4, December

    pp. 680- 691

    <Zara Merali, Peter A. Singer, Victor Boulijenkov, Abdallah S. Daar>

    The ELSI Genetics Regulatory Resource Kit: A Tool for Policymakers in Developing Countries

    No.4, December

    pp. 692- 700

    Loane Skene

    Disputes about the Withdrawal of Treatment: The Role of the Courts

    No.4, December

    pp. 701- 707

    Charles Npena

    An Appraisal of Abortion Laws in Southern Africa from a Reproductive Health Rights Perspective

    No.4, December

    pp. 708- 717

    J.V. Mc Hale

    Law and Clinical Research From Rights to Regulation? An English Perspective

    No.4, December

    pp. 718- 730

    Margaret Somerville

    Commentary: Social-Ethical Values Issues in the Political Public Square: Principles vs. Packages

    No.4, December

    pp. 731- 740

    Linda Kharaboyan, Denise Avard, Bartha Maria Knoppers

    Storing Newborn Blood Spots: Modern Controversies

    No.4, December

    pp. 741- 748

    Loretta M. Kopelman

    What Conditions Justify Risky Nontherapeutic or No Benefit Pediatric Studies: A Sliding Scale Analysis

    No.4, December

    pp. 749- 758

    David I. Shalowitz, Michael S. Wolf

    Shared Decision-Making and the Lower Literate Patient

    No.4, December

    pp. 759- 764

    Georges C. Benjamin

    Back to the Future: Rebuilding Public Health Infrastructure

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 13- 18

    William S. Duffey Jr.

    Public Health and Law Enforcement: Intersecting Interests, Collegiality and Cooperation

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 19- 22

    William H. Foege

    Redefining Public Health

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 23- 26

    <Wendy Collins Perdue, Carol Maclennan, John O. Norquist, Toni N. Harp>

    Smart Growth for Community Development

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 27- 31

    David Vladeck, Gerald Weber, Lawrence O. Gostin

    Commercial Speech and the Public's Health: Regulating Advertisements of Tobacco, Alcohol, High Fat Foods Potentially Hazardous and Other Products

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 32- 34

    <George Mensah, Wendy Collins Perdue, Marcus Plescia, Donna F. Stroup>

    Legal Frameworks for Chronic Disease Prevention

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 35- 37

    <James Mosher, Ralph Hingson, John F. Bunker, Richard J. Bonnie>

    Reducing Underage Drinking: The Role of Law

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 38- 41

    <Gihan Barsoum, Timothy D. Lytton, Jon Vernick, Carol Isaacs>

    The Pros and Cons of Litigation in Public Health

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 42- 44

    Lorraine Spencer, Susan K. Steeg, Gay Cox, Gene Matthew, Montrece Ransom

    New Partners in Community Legal Preparedness: Public Health and the Health Care Bar

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 45- 46

    <Robert M. Pestronk, Jeffery Heffelfinger, V. Sue Shields, Linda L. Chezem>

    Public Health In Court: Who's to Judge?

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 47- 49

    <David Andress, Tara Wildes, Dianne Rechtine, Kenneth P. Moritsugu>

    Jails, Prisons, and Your Community's Health

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 50- 51

    <Jonathan Hall, James A. Mercy, Kim Dammers, Robert M. Scripp, Sylvester Daughtry, Richard Goodman>

    Public Health and Law Enforcement: Future Directions

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 52- 55

    <James F. Bogden, Gregory A. Thomas, Lisa C. Barrios, Janet Collins>

    School-Based Policies: Safety and Injury Liability

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 56- 58

    <Edward R Richards, Maile S.L. Shimabukuro, Susan Combs, Marshall W Kreuter>

    Innovative Legal Tools to Prevent Obesity

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 59- 61

    <Gerald J. Jogerst, M. Jane Brady, Camel B. Dyer, Ileana Arias>

    Elder Abuse and the Law: New Science, New Tools

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 62- 63

    Christopher Banthin, Douglas Blanke, John Archard

    Legal Approaches to Regulating Internet Tobacco Sales

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 64- 68

    <Kirk Torgensen, D. Chris Buttars, Seth W. Norman, Stephanie Bailey>

    How Drug Courts Reduce Substance Abuse Recidivism

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 69- 72

    <Myra Moran, Sissy Holloman, William Kassler, Beverly Dozier>

    Living with the HIPAA Privacy Rule

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 73- 76

    <John O. Agwunobi, Sara Feigenholtz, Donna E. Levin, Robert E. Ragland, Joseph M. Henderson, Frederic E. Shaw>

    Are You Ready for the Next Outbreak? An exercise in Legal Preparedness

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 77- 78

    <Robert A. Malson, Wilfredo Lopez, William W. Buzbee, Donald E. Williamson, Ani B. Satz>

    Private Property in Public Health Emergencies

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 79- 82

    <Lawrence O. Gostin, Steven D. Gravely, Steve Shakman, Howard Markel, Marty Cetron>

    Quarantine: Voluntary or Not?

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 83- 86

    <Myongsei Sohn, Jason Sapsin, Elaine Gibson, Gene Matthews>

    Globalization, Public Health, and International Law

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 87- 89

    <Joan McNamara, Janice Carson, Stephen Bundy, Marice Ashe>

    Lawyers as Advocates in Public Health Practice

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 90- 91

    <Susan Allan, Sana Loue, Howard Markel, Charity Scott, Martin P. Wasserman>

    Interdisciplinary Contributions to Public Health Law

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 92- 96

    M. Jane Brady, Keith Kutler, James G. Hodge

    How States Are Using the Turning Point Model State Public Health Act

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 97- 99

    Beverly Gard, Stephanie Zaza, Stephen B. Thacker

    Connecting Public Health Law with Science

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 100- 103

    <James Chamberlain, Sherri McDonald, Kirk Torgensen, Fay W. Boozman>

    Methamphetamine: Tools and Partnerships to Fight the Threat

    No. Supplement s4, December

    pp. 104- 105

    The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2005, vol.33

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Bartha Maria Knoppers

    Biobanking: International Norms

    No.1, March

    pp. 7- 14

    Ellen Wright Clayton

    Informed Consent and Biobanks

    No.1, March

    pp. 15- 21

    Lori B. Andrews

    Harnessing the Benefits of Biobanks

    No.1, March

    pp. 22- 30

    Mary Anderlik Majumder

    Cyberbanks and Other Virtual Research Repositories

    No.1, March

    pp. 31- 39

    Mylene Deschenes, Clementine Sallee

    Accountability in Population Biobanking: Comparative Approaches

    No.1, March

    pp. 40- 53

    Michael J. Malinowski

    Technology Transfer in BioBanking: Credits, Debits, and Population Health Futures

    No.1, March

    pp. 54- 69

    Lamy I. Palmer

    Should Liability Play a Role in Social Control of Biobanks?

    No.1, March

    pp. 70- 78

    Edward J. Janger

    Genetic Information, Privacy and Insolvency

    No.1, March

    pp. 79- 88

    Mark A. Rothstein

    Expanding the Ethical Analysis of Biobanks

    No.1, March

    pp. 89- 101

    Tracey Maclin

    Is Obtaining an Arrestee's DNA a Valid Special Needs Search Under the Fourth Amendment? What Should (and Will) the Supreme Court Do?

    No.1, March

    pp. 102- 124

    James G. Hodge Jr.

    An Enhanced Approach to Distinguishing Public Health Practice and Human Subjects Research

    No.1, March

    pp. 125- 141

    Bryan Hilliard

    Evaluating the Dissent in State of Oregon v. Ashcroft: Implications for the Patient-Physician Relationship and the Democratic Process

    No.1, March

    pp. 142- 153

    Ben A. Rich

    Introduction : Bioethics in Court

    No.2, June

    pp. 194- 197

    Edward J. Imwinkelried

    Expert Testimony by Ethicists: What Should be the Norm?

    No.2, June

    pp. 198- 221

    Bethany J. Spielman

    Bioethics Testimony: Untangling the Strands and Testing their Reliability

    No.2, June

    pp. 222- 233

    David W. Barnes

    Imwinkelried's Argument for Normative Ethical Testimony

    No.2, June

    pp. 234- 241

    Stephen R. Latham

    Expert Bioethics Testimony

    No.2, June

    pp. 242- 247