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Public Health Law and Ethics
Academic Term and Year
This course addresses governmental powers, duties, and limits as regards the health of the American population. It emphasizes the relationship between individual interests and population-level or governmental interests and focuses on the legal, policy, and ethical questions that arise when the state intervenes to protect the population's health. The course will include topics such as privacy and surveillance, vaccination, quarantine and isolation, screening and compulsory treatment, health communication, public health research, and the control of chronic diseases. Every Other Year Course
Kahn, Jonathan, "LAW9572-1.Public Health Law and Ethics.F14.Kahn,Jonathan" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 48.