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Publisher: 
Éditions Yvon Blais
Practice area: 
Health & environmental
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2018-05-23
ISBN: 
9782897304362
Éditions Yvon Blais

Health Law at the Frontier

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In June 2017, the second edition of the Rencontres en droit de la santé / Health Law Academic Seminars took place under the theme Health Law at the Frontier / Le droit de la santé aux frontières. Fourteen Canadian and foreign specialists came together to explore the theme of the health frontier, be it geographic, social, or technological. This volume brings together the texts of their conferences.

The publication contains:

  • Theorizing the Boundaries of Health Care Solidarity in Western Liberal Democracies Y.Y. Brandon chen
  • The Creation of Cities Favorable to Health: The Law at the Border Between Municipal Action and Public Health Action Marie-Eve Couture-Ménard and Ludovic Lascelles
  • The Technological Frontier: Blockchains, Sharing of Personal Health Information, and the Right to Privacy in Canada Pierre-Luc Déziel
  • Sexual Abuse of Patients: Long Overdue for Government Action Lorian Hardcastle
  • From Global Farm to Fork: Ten Approaches to Antimicrobial Regulation in Farm Animals Marie E. Danik, Prativa Baral and Steven J. Hoffman
  • Twenty-first Century Big Data Research: A New Frontier in Health Care? Yann Joly, Miriam Pinkesz and Katie M. Saulnier
  • The Renewal of the Judicial Function in the Protection of Health: Looking Across the Boundaries of Constitutional, Criminal, and Private Law Alana Klein and Lara Khoury
  • Causation at the Frontier, St-Germain v. Benhaim and the Obscure Role of Logical Intuition: Proof of Causation by Inference or by Presumption Robert P. Kouri
  • Pushing the Boundaries of Tobacco Control Policy: The Canadian Experience Antonia Maioni and Christopher P. Manfredi
  • Health Law Outside Its Traditional Frontiers: Trading Medical Tourism for Just Health Care in the Post-Brexit Context Sabrina Germain
  • Illness, Injury, and Medical Deportations at the Frontier: The Canadian Legal Regime for Providing Health Care Protection to Agricultural Migrant Workers Constance MacIntosh
  • Towards a Better Understanding of the Impact of the Normative Action of the World Health Organization (WHO) Within Country Borders: A Canada-France Study Catherine Régis and Florian Kastler
  • Patient Input in Drug Development and Approval: Lessons from the Eteplirsen Controversy Barbara Von Tigerstrom

En juin 2017 avait lieu la deuxième édition des Rencontres en droit de la santé/Health Law Academic Seminars, sous le thème Health Law at the Frontier/Le droit de la santé aux frontières. Quatorze spécialistes canadiens et étrangers se sont réunis pour explorer le thème de la frontière en santé, qu'elle soit géographique, sociale ou technologique. Ce volume regroupe les textes de leurs conférences.

Les thèmes abordés dans cet ouvrage sont les suivants:

  • Theorizing the Boundaries of Health Care Solidarity in Western Liberal Democracies
  • La création de villes favorables à la santé : le droit à la frontière entre l'action municipale et l'action de santé publique
  • La frontière technologique : les blockchains, le partage de renseignements personnels sur la santé et le droit à la vie privée au Canada
  • Sexual Abuse of Patients: Long Overdue for Government Action
  • De la ferme à l'assiette mondiale : dix approches à la réglementation des antimicrobiens chez les animaux d'élevage
  • Twenty-First Century Big Data Research: A New Frontier in Health Care?
  • The Renewal of the Judicial Function in the Protection of Health: Looking Across the Boundaries of Constitutional, Criminal and Private Law
  • Causation at the Frontier, St-Germain v. Benhaim and the Obscure Role of Logical Intuition: Proof of Causation by Inference or by Presumption
  • Pushing the Boundaries of Tobacco Control Policy: The Canadian Experience
  • Health Law Outside its Traditional Frontiers: Trading Medical Tourism for Just Health Care in the Post-Brexit Context
  • Illness, Injury and Medical Deportations at the Frontier: The Canadian Legal Regime for Providing Health Care Protection to Agricultural Migrant Workers
  • Vers une meilleure compréhension de l'impact de l'action normative de l'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) à l'intérieur des frontières des pays : une étude Canada-France
  • Patient Input in Drug Development and Approval: Lessons from the Eteplirsen Controversy
Éditions Yvon Blais

Health Law at the Frontier

Availability: In Stock

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In June 2017, the second edition of the Rencontres en droit de la santé / Health Law Academic Seminars took place under the theme Health Law at the Frontier / Le droit de la santé aux frontières. Fourteen Canadian and foreign specialists came together to explore the theme of the health frontier, be it geographic, social, or technological. This volume brings together the texts of their conferences.

The publication contains:

  • Theorizing the Boundaries of Health Care Solidarity in Western Liberal Democracies Y.Y. Brandon chen
  • The Creation of Cities Favorable to Health: The Law at the Border Between Municipal Action and Public Health Action Marie-Eve Couture-Ménard and Ludovic Lascelles
  • The Technological Frontier: Blockchains, Sharing of Personal Health Information, and the Right to Privacy in Canada Pierre-Luc Déziel
  • Sexual Abuse of Patients: Long Overdue for Government Action Lorian Hardcastle
  • From Global Farm to Fork: Ten Approaches to Antimicrobial Regulation in Farm Animals Marie E. Danik, Prativa Baral and Steven J. Hoffman
  • Twenty-first Century Big Data Research: A New Frontier in Health Care? Yann Joly, Miriam Pinkesz and Katie M. Saulnier
  • The Renewal of the Judicial Function in the Protection of Health: Looking Across the Boundaries of Constitutional, Criminal, and Private Law Alana Klein and Lara Khoury
  • Causation at the Frontier, St-Germain v. Benhaim and the Obscure Role of Logical Intuition: Proof of Causation by Inference or by Presumption Robert P. Kouri
  • Pushing the Boundaries of Tobacco Control Policy: The Canadian Experience Antonia Maioni and Christopher P. Manfredi
  • Health Law Outside Its Traditional Frontiers: Trading Medical Tourism for Just Health Care in the Post-Brexit Context Sabrina Germain
  • Illness, Injury, and Medical Deportations at the Frontier: The Canadian Legal Regime for Providing Health Care Protection to Agricultural Migrant Workers Constance MacIntosh
  • Towards a Better Understanding of the Impact of the Normative Action of the World Health Organization (WHO) Within Country Borders: A Canada-France Study Catherine Régis and Florian Kastler
  • Patient Input in Drug Development and Approval: Lessons from the Eteplirsen Controversy Barbara Von Tigerstrom

En juin 2017 avait lieu la deuxième édition des Rencontres en droit de la santé/Health Law Academic Seminars, sous le thème Health Law at the Frontier/Le droit de la santé aux frontières. Quatorze spécialistes canadiens et étrangers se sont réunis pour explorer le thème de la frontière en santé, qu'elle soit géographique, sociale ou technologique. Ce volume regroupe les textes de leurs conférences.

Les thèmes abordés dans cet ouvrage sont les suivants:

  • Theorizing the Boundaries of Health Care Solidarity in Western Liberal Democracies
  • La création de villes favorables à la santé : le droit à la frontière entre l'action municipale et l'action de santé publique
  • La frontière technologique : les blockchains, le partage de renseignements personnels sur la santé et le droit à la vie privée au Canada
  • Sexual Abuse of Patients: Long Overdue for Government Action
  • De la ferme à l'assiette mondiale : dix approches à la réglementation des antimicrobiens chez les animaux d'élevage
  • Twenty-First Century Big Data Research: A New Frontier in Health Care?
  • The Renewal of the Judicial Function in the Protection of Health: Looking Across the Boundaries of Constitutional, Criminal and Private Law
  • Causation at the Frontier, St-Germain v. Benhaim and the Obscure Role of Logical Intuition: Proof of Causation by Inference or by Presumption
  • Pushing the Boundaries of Tobacco Control Policy: The Canadian Experience
  • Health Law Outside its Traditional Frontiers: Trading Medical Tourism for Just Health Care in the Post-Brexit Context
  • Illness, Injury and Medical Deportations at the Frontier: The Canadian Legal Regime for Providing Health Care Protection to Agricultural Migrant Workers
  • Vers une meilleure compréhension de l'impact de l'action normative de l'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) à l'intérieur des frontières des pays : une étude Canada-France
  • Patient Input in Drug Development and Approval: Lessons from the Eteplirsen Controversy