Human Rights and Health Care Law
Pavalon, Eugene I
Abortion; Allowing to Die; Artificial Insemination; Confidentiality; Consent; Disclosure; Drugs; Electroconvulsive Therapy; Euthanasia; Government; Health; Health Care; Hospitals; Human Rights; Informed Consent; Involuntary Commitment; Law; Law Enforcement; Legal Aspects; Life; Medical Records; Minors; Nurses; Parental Consent; Patient Access to Records; Patient Care; Patients; Patients' Rights; Psychoactive Drugs; Psychosurgery; Records; Regulation; Right to Treatment; Rights; Sterilization; Treatment Refusal; Wrongful Life;
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Pavalon, Eugene I. (1980)
Just Caring: Gridlock and the Challenge of Health Reform Review of MEDICAL GRIDLOCK and HEALTH REFORM, by Eli Ginzberg; HEALTH CARE REFORM: A HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH, Edited by Audrey R. Chapman; and SELF-INTEREST and UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE: WHY WELL- INSURED AMERICANS SHOULD SUPPORT COVERAGE for EVERYONE, by Larry R. Churchill Fleck, Leonard M. (1995-09)
Human Rights and Bioethics: Formulating a Universal Right to Health, Health Care or Health Protection? Smith, George P. II (2005-03)