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.)
The purpose of the course is to provide students with an understanding of issues regarding access to the health care system. The course will consider the American health care system, its structure, financing and delivery aspects, and significant... Learn more
This is a survey course covering legal issues in health care delivery, financing, and the responsibilities of health care professionals to patients. In addition to presenting essential material for those intending to represent health care organizations,... Learn more
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