The fall seminar will study the delicate balance between civil liberties and government benevolence. Beginning with Buck v. Bell and concluding with surrogate decision making and the "right to die," the course will explore such issues as involuntary... (2 pts.)
This seminar will consider significant issues related to access to health care in the United States, the barriers to access generated by a variety of factors including poverty, race, gender, and disability, and the explicit and implicit mechanisms by... Learn more
This is a survey course covering legal issues in health care delivery, financing, and the responsibilities of health care professionals to patients. The course offers students an introduction to a subject that constitutes one-seventh of the U.S. economy... Learn more
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