Review: "Controversies in Health Law" by In Freckelton and Kerry Peterson
Bennett, Belinda (2000) Review: "Controversies in Health Law" by In Freckelton and Kerry Peterson. Journal of Law and Medicine, 7(4), pp. 442-444.
During the past couple of decades health law has been transformed. Within that period we have been confronted with advances in medical science, particularly in genetics, reproductive technology and life-sustaining treatments. Health care has become more expensive, more consumer oriented and more litigious. In addition, the ethical implications of these developments, and the role for law, both as a regulator of health care and in its responses to emerging challenges, have occupied policy-makers, law reformers, health professionals, ethicists and the broader community in Australia and overseas. While many issues have emerged from these developments, there have been few easy solutions...
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Current > Research Centres > Australian Centre for Health Law Research
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