The Dimensions of Public Health Law Research
Birkhead, Guthrie S.
Goodman, Richard A.
Moulton, Anthony D.
Ransom, Montrece McNeill
Shaw, Frederic E.
Vernick, Jon S.
Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 2002 Fall; 30(3 Supplement): 197-201
Applied public health law research is an essential element for improving the legal foundation of public health practice. This article focuses on the proper scope and the methodology related to conducting public health law research. In addition to considering the issue of translating research into practice, the article provides overviews of three current public health law research projects and the lessons they provide for researchers.
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