The Georgetown Law Journal, Issue 96:2 (January 2008)

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The Georgetown Law Journal, Issue 96:2 (January 2008)

Symposium: The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law

Foreword: National and Global Health Law: A Scholarly Examination of the Most Pressing Health Hazards

Lawrence O. Gostin

GLOBAL HEALTH

Meeting Basic Survival Needs of the World’s Least Healthy People: Toward a Framework Convention on Global Health

Lawrence O. Gostin

Global Health Jurisprudence: A Time of Reckoning

David P. Fidler

Global Health Care Financing Law: A Useful Concept?

Timothy Stoltzfus Jost

Normative Foundations of Global Health Law

Jennifer Prah Ruger

HEALTH REGULATION AND GOVERNANCE

Climate Change, Human Health, and the Post-Cautionary Principle

Lisa Heinzerling

A Critical Examination of the FDA’s Efforts To Preempt Failure-To-Warn Claims

David A. Kessler & David C. Vladeck

Relational Duties, Regulatory Duties, and the Widening Gap Between Individual Health Law and Collective Health Policy

William M. Sage

Can We Get There from Here? Universal Health Insurance and the Congressional Budget Process

Tim Westmoreland

HEALTH CARE FINANCING AND ORGANIZATION

Health Care Rationing: Inevitable but Impossible?

Henry J. Aaron

The Erosion of Individual Autonomy in Medical Decisionmaking: Of the FDA and IRBs

Richard A. Epstein

The Legal and Historical Foundations of Patients as Medical Consumers

Mark A. Hall

Deconstructing Negligence: The Role of Individual and System Factors in Causing Medical Injuries

Michelle M. Mello & David M. Studdert

Health Law’s Coherence Anxiety

Theodore W. Ruger

DISEASE PREVENTION AND HEALTH OUTCOMES

Empirical Health Law Scholarship: The State of the Field

Michelle M. Mello & Kathryn Zeiler

Public Health Surveillance in the Twenty-First Century: Achieving Population Health Goals While Protecting Individuals’ Privacy and Confidentiality

Michael A. Stoto

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