Just Medicare : What's In, What's Out, How We Decide. First Edition in dustjacket.

By: FLOOD, Colleen M., ed.

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FLOOD, Colleen M., ed. Just Medicare : What's In, What's Out, How We Decide. Edited by Colleen M. Flood. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (2006).First Printing. Pp. (4),[v]-vii,(5),[3]-458,(4). 8vo, red cloth with black lettering to spine. Contents; I: Constitutional and Administrative Law Cha llenges to the Boundaries of Medicare: 1. Colleen M. Flood, Carolyn Tuohy, and Mark Stabile's "What Is In and Out of Medicare? Who Decides"; 2. Donna Greschner's "Charter Challenges and Evidence-Based Decision-Making in the Health Care System: Towards a Symbiotic Relationship"; 3. Martha Jackman's "Misdiagnosis or Cure? Charter Review of the health Care System"; 4. Lisa Forman's "Claiming Equity and Justice in Health: The Role of the South African Right to Health in Ensuring Access to HIV/AIDS Treatment". II: Access to Abortion and Reproductive Health Services: 5. Sanda Rodgers's "Abortion Denied: Bearing the Limits of Law"; 6. Joanna N. Erdman and Rebecca J. Cook's "Protecting Fairness in Women's Health: The Case of Emergency Contraception"; 7. Robert P. Kouri's "Achieving Reproductive Rights: Access to EmergencyOral Contraception and Abortion in Quebec". III: Access for the Vulnerable : Case Studies from Aboriginal Health and Mental Health: 8. Constance Macintosh's "Jurisdictional Roulette: Constitutional and Structural Barriers to Aboriginal Access to Health"; 9. Janesca Kydd's "The Rural Aboriginal Health Gap: The Romanow Solutions?"; 10. Sheila Wildeman's "Access to Treatment of Serious Mental Illness: Enabling Choice or Enabling Treatment?". IV: Rationing Access: The Role of the Physician Gatekeeper: 11. Sujit Choudhry, Niteesh K. Choudhry, and Adalsteinn D. Brown's "The Legal Regulation of Referral Incentives: Physician Kickbacks and Physician Self-Referral"; 12. Richard S. Saver's "The Costs of Avoiding Physician Conflicts of Interest: A Cautionary Tale of Gainsharing Regulation". V: Free Trade Agreements: Strengthening or Undermining Access to Health Care?: 13. Roxanne Mykitiuk and Michell Dagnino's "The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights and Its Implications for Health Care"; 14. Andre den Exter's "Patient Mobility in the European Union". VI: Manufacturing Demand for Access: The Role of the Media and the Commercialization of Research: 15. Patricia Peppin's "The Power of Illusion and the Illusion of Power: Direct-to-Consumer Advertising and Canadian Health Care"; 16. Timothy Caulfield's "The Media, Marketing, and Genetic Services"; 17. Trudo Lemmens's "Commercialized Medical Research and the need for Regulatory Reform"; 18. Jocelyn Downie's "Grasping the Nettle: Confronting the Issue of Competing Interests and Obligations in Health Research Policy". Very good in dustjacket. 45.00

Title: Just Medicare : What's In, What's Out, How We Decide. First Edition in dustjacket.

Author Name: FLOOD, Colleen M., ed.

Categories: 41,

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2006, ISBN:0802080022:

Seller ID: 106010

Keywords: CANADA CANADIAN MEDICAL HISTORY MEDICINE HEALTH CARE POLITICS POLITICAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES LAW LEGAL LEGISLATION,