Journal of Law and Health

Professional journal covering law and health.

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 2, Summer

Nursing the Primary Care Shortage Back to Health: How Expanding Nurse Practitioner Autonomy Can Safely and Economically Meet the Growing Demand for Basic Health Care
I. INTRODUCTION II. OVERVIEW A. History and Background B. Educational Requirements C. Policy Arguments III. NURSE PRACTITIONER AUTONOMY A. Opposition from the Medical Establishment B. Physician Involvement C. Prescriptive...
Off the Roads & out of the Courts: Enter a Technology Fix for Drunk Driving
I. INTRODUCTION--COULD THERE BE A FIX? II. How BIG IS THE PROBLEM III. HOW WELL IS THE FIX WORKING? IV. PROGRESS TOWARD A PERMANENT FIX V. A CAUTIONARY TALE VI. IN THE MEANTIME I. INTRODUCTION--COULD THERE BE A FIX? If the statistics are...
Organ Conscription: How the Dead Can Save the Living
I. INTRODUCTION II. HISTORY OF ORGAN DONATION IN THE UNITED STATES A. The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act B. The National Organ Transplantation Act C. Consequences of the Acts 1. Organ Shortage 2. Black Market III. POSSIBLE...
The Food-Borne Ultimatum: Proposing Federal Legislation to Create Humane Living Conditions for Animals Raised for Food in Order to Improve Human Health
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A. History of Factory Farming 1. Intensive Confinement and Contaminated Feed 2. Non-therapeutic Antibiotic Dosing III. ARGUMENT A. Congress Must Enact Legislation That Creates Humane ...
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