Related articles of prior editions of Center Insights, the scholarly newsletter of the Center for Law and the Public’s Health, are available at the links below:
Center Insights, Vol. 3, 1 (Spring 2006) – Current Issue
Compulsory Vaccination and Conscientious or Philosophical Exemptions: Past, Present, and Future – Stephen P. Teret
Assessing the Legality of Expedited Partner Therapy for STDs – James G. Hodge, Jr., Erin Fuse Brown
Pandemic Influenza: Ethical Allocation of Scarce Vaccines and Antivirals – Lawrence O. Gostin
The “New Public Finance” and Global Health – David P. Fidler
Global Health Governance Seminar Finds Challenges and Opportunities – Scott Burris
Environmental Public Health Tracking and the Law – Lance A. Gable
An Assessment of School Laws and Policies Concerning Child and Adolescent Health – James G. Hodge, Jr., Julia Samia Mair, Lance A. Gable
Center Comments on CDC’s Proposed Federal Quarantine Regulations – Ben Berkman
The Supreme Court and Violence Against Women: Challenges for Advocates – Jon S. Vernick, Lainie Rutkow
Center Insights, Vol. 2, 2 (Spring 2005)
The 100th Anniversary of Jacobsen v. Massachusetts: The Ongoing Relevance of a Public Health Classic – Lance A. Gable and Lawrence O. Gostin
Law and Policy to Reduce Risks Associated with Older Drivers – Jon S. Vernick, Stephen P. Teret, Julie Samia Mair
Defining the Right to Health: The Road Ahead – Lesley Stone
Zoning and Obesity – Julie Samia Mair, Stephen P. Teret
Center Collaborates with CSTE to Prepare New Report on the Distinctions between Public Health Practice and Research – James G. Hodge, Jr.
Update on the Revision of the International Health Regulations – David P. Fidler
Center Insights, Vol. 2, 1 (Winter 2005)
A Global Exchange for Population Health Law – Lawrence O. Gostin
Center Releases Three Checklists on Legal Preparedness for Public Health Emergencies – James G. Hodge, Jr., Jason W. Sapsin, Lance A. Gable
Center Launches Rapid Policy Assessment and Response Project in Eastern Europe – Scott Burris
Revision of International Health Regulations Continues – David P. Fidler
Incorporating Ethical Principles into Public Health Data Use Decisions – Lance A. Gable
Center Insights, Vol. 1, 2 (Fall 2004)
Center Files Amicus Brief on Behalf of Sick Florida Smokers – Stephen P. Teret
Center Funded by HRSA to Advise on Emergency System for Advanced Registration of Volunteer Healthcare Personnel (ESAR-VHP) – Lance A. Gable and James G. Hodge, Jr.
Remodeling the International Health Regulations – Lesley Stone
The Temple Health Law Workshop – Jason Sapsin
Pandemic Influenza: Preparedness for the Next Global Health Emergency – Lawrence O. Gostin
Center Insights, Vol. 1, 1 (Spring 2004)
Health of People: The Highest Law – Lawrence O. Gostin
The Turning Point State Public Health Act: A Tool For Assessing State and Local Public Health Laws – James G. Hodge, Jr.
Anthrax Vaccinations: Doe v. Rumsfeld – Julie S. Mair
Global Health Governance in the Wake of SARS – Scott Burris
Legal Preparedness for Public Healthy Emergencies: Emerging Projects – James G. Hodge, Jr.
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