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Health Law Review Volume 22, Number 3 (2014)

Researcher Privilege Recognized (This Time): A Comment on Parent and Bruckert v. the Queen
Wayne Renke

Inter-jurisdictional Comparison of Professional Regulations as a Tool to Address the Provision of Unproven Stem Cell Interventions
Maeghan Toews, Sonja Zoeller, Li Du & Amy Zarzeczny

Libertarian Paternalism and the Harm Principle
Michael Da Silva

Obesity Policy: The Way Forward
Timothy Caulfield and Nola M. Ries

Should We Recognize a Fiduciary Duty for End-of-Life Medical Treatment?
Adam Ollenberger

The Making of a Myth: Unreliable Data on Access to Palliative Care in Canada
Jocelyn Downie and Georgia Lloyd-Smith

Canadian Society of Palliative Care Physicians – Response to “The Making of a Myth: Unreliable Data on Access to Palliative Care in Canada”
Dr. J. David Henderson


Health Law Review Volume 22, Number 2 (2014)

Cover

Front Matter

Using Social Justice Theory to Re-Vitalize Canada’s Aboriginal Health Agenda
Rebecca Carr

The Problem of Exemptions: Confl icts Between Public Health Laws and Cultural Practices
Andrew Hotke

Evidence for Equity: Public Health Examples from Aboriginal Women in Canada
Jaymie A. K. Sampa

A Rawlsian Approach to Public Health Ethics
Kathryn Walker


Health Law Review Volume 22, Number 1 (2014)

Cover

Front Matter

Addressing Binge Drinking: The Use of Soft Paternalistic Tools as Public Health Interventions in Youth Communities
Daniella Dávila Aquije

Quarantine and Global Public Health Law: Canadian Stewardship and Responsibility
Rebecca Hong

Canada’s ‘Other’ Illegal White Substance: Evidence, Economics and Raw Milk Policy
Nadine Ijaz

Sex Selective Abortion in the Canadian Context
Carla Sorbara

Private Irrationality and Public Health: Failure to Vaccinate and What We Can Do About It
Ljiljana Stanic


Health Law Review Volume 21, Number 2 (2013)

Field Notes

Research with Blood Donated to Blood Banking Organizations
Nola Reis

Hopeful Result, Unclear Implications: A comment on Canada (Attorney General) v PHS Community Services Society
C Tess Sheldon, Lorraine E Ferris and Carol Strike

A Brief Review on Informed Consent Laws in China
Li Du and Christen Rachul

Overcrowding in Prisons: A Health Risk in Need of (Re)consideration
Dr Andra le Roux-Kemp


Health Law Review Volume 21, Number 1 (2013)

Field Notes

Excerpt from Physicians with Health Conditions: Law and Policy Reform to Protect the Public and Physician-Patients
Tracey Bailey and Cameron Jefferies

Disclosure of Physician Health Information: Seeking the right balance between confidentiality and public safety
Alberta Medical Association

College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta - Response to the Health Law Institute Report
Trevor Theman and Janet Wright

Physician health and impairment in Australia: Unsettled times
Kerry Breen


 

Health Law Review Volume 20, Number 3 (2012)

Field Notes

The Governance of Research Integrity in Canada
Zubin Master

Funding In Vitro Fertilization: Exploring the Health and Justice Implications of Quebec's Policy
Stefanie Carsley

Sharks and the Culinary Clash of Culture and Conservation: Why are we not Considering the Health Consequences of Shark Consumption?
Cameron Jefferies


 

 

Health Law Review Volume 20, Number 2 (2012)

Alberta's Community Treatment Order Legislation and Implementation: The First 18 Months in Review
Fay Orr, Dr. Doug Watson, and Aggy King-Smith

Alberta's Community Treatment Orders: Canadian and International Comparisons
John Gray, Margaret Shone, and Dr. Richard O'Reilly

Mental Health in Federal Corrections: Reflections and Future Directions
Ivan Zinger

The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Beginning to Examine the Implications for Canadian Lawyers' Professional Responsibilities
H. Archibald Kaiser


Alberta's Community Treatment Order Legislation and Implementation: The First 18 Months in Review Fay Orr, Dr. Doug Watson, and Aggy King-Smith Alberta's Community Treatment Orders: Canadian and International Comparisons John Gray, Margaret Shone, and Dr. Richard O'Reilly Mental Health in Federal Corrections: Reflections and Future Directions Ivan Zinger The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Beginning to Examine the Implications for Canadian Lawyers' Professional Responsibilities H. Archibald Kaiser

Health Law Review Volume 20, Number 1 (2011) 

“What Have I Got to Lose?”: An Analysis of Stem Cell Therapy Patients’ Blogs
Christen Rachul 

Biotechnology and Science in Video Games: A Destructive Portrayal?
Blake Murdoch, Christen Rachul, and Timothy Caulfield 

Food Labelling Regulation to Promote Healthy Eating
Barbara von Tigerstrom 

When is a Custodian Not a Custodian?
Jonathan P. Rossall Q.C. and Rina A. Urish


 

Health Law Review Volume 19, Number 3 (2011)

Introduction 
Michael McDonald, Guest Editor 

Research Ethics Broadly Writ: Beyond REB Review
James A. Anderson, Brenda Sawatzky-Girling, Michael McDonald, Daryl Pullman, Raphael Saginur, Heather A. Sampson, and Donald J. Willison 

A New Perspective on Research Ethics
Pierre Deschamps 

Research Ethics in 2020: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats
Michael McDonald, Daryl Pullman, James Anderson, Nina Preto, and Heather Sampson 

A Guide to the Perplexed: How to Navigate Conflicting Research Ethics Policies
Jonathan Kimmelman, Michael McDonald, and Denise Avard 

From Stakeholders to Shareholders: Engaging Consumers in Health Research
Susan Cox, Kelley Ross, Anne Townsend, Denise Avard, and Roberta Woodgate


 

Health Law Review Volume 19, Number 2 (2011) 

Silence May Not Be Golden: A Review of Health Professionals’ Statutory Obligations to Report Unfit Drivers
Robert Solomon, Erika Chamberlain and Suzie Chiodo 

Alberta’s Patient Charter: Is it a course worth charting?
Mark Ammann and Tracey Bailey 

Criminalizing HIV Transmission and Exposure in Canada: A Public Health Evaluation
Sarah L. Drummond 

Pay-for-Performance Reimbursement in Health Care: Chasing Cost Control and Increased Quality through “New and Improved” Payment Incentives
Rick Mayes and Jessica Walradt


 

Health Law Review Number 19, Volume 1 (2010)

Civil Commitment and the “Unsuitable” Voluntary Patient
Gerald B. Robertson 

Everything You Want to Know About Changes to the Mental Health Act in Alberta
Mary Marshall 

Fact or Fashion? Alberta Adopts the Community Treatment Order
Peter Carver 

The Mental Health Act and the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act: Working Together to Protect the Rights of Albertans
Brenda Lee Doyle and Sandra Harrison


 

Health Law Review Volume 18, Number 3 (2010)

Research Participants’ Rights to Access Information about themselves held by Public Research Institutions
Nola M. Ries 

The Crown’s Right of Recovery Act
Jacob J. Shelley 

Media Representations of Allergy and Asthma Issues, Policy and Research: Views from the AllerGen Research Community
Robyn Hyde-Lay 

Staking the Public Trust on Newborn Dried Blood Spot Retention: How the Beleno and Bearder decisions may impact Canadian Newborn Metabolic Screening Processes
Graham Barr 

Much Ado about Something: Insights into the Science Communication Process
Christen Rachul


 

Health Law Review Volume 18, Number 2 (2010) 

Field Notes
Amy Zarzeczny 

Alberta’s new Organ and Tissue Donation Law: the Human Tissue and Organ Donation Act
Erin Nelson 

Would Presuming Consent to Organ Donation Gain Us Anything But Trouble?
Mark Ammann 

Ethical Issues in Resolving the Organ Shortage: The Views of Recent Immigrants and Healthcare Professionals
Owen Beattie, Wendy Austin, Julija Kelecevic, & Erika Goble 

Developing a National Newborn Screening Strategy for Canada
Kumanan Wilson, Shelley J. Kennedy, Beth K. Potter, Michael T. Geraghty, & Pranesh Chakraborty 

Systemic Accountability through Tort Claims Against Health Regions
Lorian Hardcastle 

Specific Health Care Decisions Under Alberta's Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act
Karin Kellogg


Health Law Review Volume 18, Number 1 (2009) 

Public Health Protection and Drinking Water Quality on First Nation Reserves: Considering the New Federal Regulatory Proposal
Constance MacIntosh 

Assessing a Public Health Justification for Reducing Whale Consumption in Northern Canada
Cameron Jefferies 

Using Food and Beverage Price Interventions to Address Obesity
JoAnne Sauder 

Exploiting the Fiduciary Relationship: The Physician as Information Intermediary in Assisted Human Reproduction
Vanessa Gruben 

New Frontiers for Electronic Health Records and Research Databases – Alberta’s Bill 52: Submission of the Health Law Institute on Bill 52
Tracey M. Bailey


 

Special Edition: Health Law Review Volume 17, Numbers 2 & 3 (2009)

Introduction
Michael McDonald

Historical Perspectives 

From Code to Policy Statement: Creating Canadian Policy for Ethical Research Involving Humans
Michael McDonald 

Research Governance Lessons From the National Placebo Initiative
Heather Sampson, Daryl Pullman & Charles Weijer

Research on Research Ethics 

Ethical Challenges and Evolving Practices in Research on Research Ethics
Susan Cox, Anne Townsend, Nina Preto, Roberta L. Woodgate, Pam Kolopack 

Informing Governance Through Evidence-Based Research on REBs: Challenges and Opportunities
Michael Owen, Claudia Emerson, Pam Kolopack, Nina Preto, Heather Sampson, Anne Townsend, Donald Willison, Roberta L. Woodgate

New Approaches to Ethical Review 

Challenges to Ethics Review in Health Research
Bartha Maria Knoppers 

Minimal Risk in Large Scale Biobank and Cohort Research
Timothy Caulfield and Charles Weijer 

Ethics Review of Multi-Centre Trials: Where Do We Stand?
Raphael Saginur, Pierre Deschamps, Michael Owen, Heather Sampson

Systemic Reform 

Research Ethics Boards and Challenges for Public Participation 
Denise Avard, Michele Stanton-Jean, Roberta L. Woodgate, Daryl Pullman, Raphael Saginur 

Examining and Understanding the need for Canadian Research Ethics Board (REB) Member Standardized Education: Governance Views from the Field
Heather Sampson, Susan Cox, Raphael Saginur, Michael Owen


 

Health Law Review Volume 17, Number 1 (2008)

Decision-making Processes Regarding Cancer Technologies: A Review
Tania Stafinski, George P. Browman and Devidas Menon 

Genomics and Intellectual Property: Considering Alternatives to Traditional Patenting
Emily Marden, Cheryl Power, David Hartell, Ed Levy and Ben Warren 

Novel Platforms for Genetic Analysis: An Assessmen of Rapid, Portable Diagnostic Devices
Michael D. Mehta 

Reflections on the Value of Systems Models for Regulation of Medical Research and Product Development
Ron A. Bouchard 

BiDil, Clinical Trials and the Popular Press: An Exploration of Newspaper Coverage
Simrat Harrry and Timothy Caulfield


 

Health law Review Volume 16, Number 4 (2008) - Student Online Edition 

Information 

Defining Deliberative Outputs in a Public Engagement about Biobanks
Kieran O'Doherty and Michael M. Burgess 

Biobanks: Informing the Public through Expert and Stakeholder Presentations
Samatha MacLean and Michael M. Burgess 

A Lego Model to Help Inform Participants at the British Columbia Biobank Deliberation
Elizabeth S. Wilcox 

Evaluating Recruitment Strategies for Biobank Talk
Holly Longstaff and Michael M. Burgess 

Mapping the Boundaries of Bioinformatics
Lily Farris and Janet Atkinson-Grosjean 

Regulations Pertaining to the Emerging Area of Nutrigenetic Testing
Sarah Scott 

Food Insecurity, Aquaculture, and the Nature of Technology
Bill Hannah 

Commercialization of Plant-Derived Vaccines in Canada: A Distant Dream
Victor Das, Peter W.B. Phillips and George G. Khachatourians 

An Assessment of the Science and Technology Policy Research Capacity in Canada
Anna Stoklosa 

FDA Approval of BiDil: First Step to Pharmacogenomics or Detour into Race-based Medicine
Simrat Harry 

Regulating Research Involving Humans in Nigeria: Some Recent Improvements
Cheluchi Onyemelukwe


 

Health Law Review Volume 16, Number 3 (2008) 

The Science of Nutrigenomics
Ahmed El-Sohemy 

Regulating Nutrigenetic Tests: An International Comparative Analysis
Nola M. Ries 

Canadian Legal Oversight of Pharmacogenomics and Nutrigenomics
Karine Morin 

The Regulation of Nutrigenetic Testing: A Role for Civil Society Organisations?
Stuart Hogarth 

Mass Media and Commercialization Pressures
Tania Bubela and Benjamin Taylor 

Nutrigenomics, Popular Representations and the Reification of Race
Timothy Caulfield 

Intellectual Property and Nutrigenomics
David Castle 

An Empirical Analysis of the Legal Frameworks Governing Genetic Services Labs in Canadian Provinces
Élodie Petit, Anne Marie Tassé and Béatrice Godard 

Cost recovery and the Future of the Medical Device Regulation Program in Canada
Sherri Alpert 

Book Review: Mental Health and Canadian Society: Historical Perspectives (James E. Moran and David
Wright, eds.) 
A review by Archibald Kaiser


 

Health Law Review Volume 16, Number 2 (2008) 

Introduction and Dedication 

Consent to Embryo Donation for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Erin Nelson 

Governance and Stem Cell Research: Towards the Clinic
Michael McDonald and Bryn Williams-Jones 

The Regulation of Conflicts of Interest in the Canadian Stem Cell Research Environment 
Ubaka Ogbogu 

The Rationale For A Registry Of Clinical Trials Involving Human Stem Cell Therapies
Rosario M. Isasi and Thu Minh Nguyen 

Stem Cell Research, Publics' and Stakeholder Views
Robin Downey and Rose Geransar 

Oversight of Stem Cell Research in Canada: Protecting the Rights, Health, and Safety of Embryo
Donors
Cynthia B. Cohen, Michael E. Enzle, Bernard Dickens, Bruce Brandhorst, Teren Clark, Catherine Clute,
Diana Dunstan, Donald Evans, Raymond D. Lambert, Sylvie Langlois, Arthur Leader, and Cheryl
M.G. Robertson


 

Health Law Review Volume 16, Number 1 (2007) 

Introduction
Nola M. Ries 

Public Health Information, Federalism, and Politics
Elaine Gibson 

Legal Issues in Disease Outbreaks: Judicial Review of Public Health Powers
Nola M. Ries 

Preventing Pandemonium: Pandemic Preparedness Planning and Communicable Disease Outbreak
Management in a University Setting
Lorie Grundy, Olive Yonge, Ray Richards, Tracey M. Bailey, Thomas J. Marrie, Les Brinkworth, and Ben
Herman 

Canada's Obligations to Global Public Health Security under the Revised International Health Regulations
Christopher W. McDougall and Kumanan Wilson 

Ethics in an Epidemic: Ethical considerations in preparedness planning for pandemic influenza
Ross Upshur, Karen Faith, Jennifer L. Gibson, Alison K. Thompson, C. Shawn Tracey, Kumanan Wilson, and Peter A. Singer 

Final Project Report: Results of a CIHR-Funded Project Examining Legal Issues in Infectious Disease Response and Control
Nola M. Ries


 

Health Law Review Volume 15, Number 3 (2007) 

The Political and Moral Economies of Science: A Case Study of Genomics in Canada and the
United Kingdom
Nicole Dusyk 

An Evaluation of GE3LS Public Engagement Activities
Holly Longstaff 

MORGEN and Data Release Policies: An Overview
Cheryl Power 

Occupational Health and Safety Regulation and the National Institute of Nanotechnology
Timothy C. Bailey 

"Traditional Use" and Regulatory Change in the Arena of Natural Health Products
Vincent Kurata 

The Effect of Genetic Determinism and Exceptionalism on Law and Policy
Michael Sharp 

Assessing the Science of Genetically Modified Crops: The New Frontier of Public Health Policy
Jacob J. Shelley 

Kant's Antipode: Nietzche's Transvaluation of Human Dignity and its "Implications" for Biotechnology
Policy
C.J. Murdoch 

Possible Consequences of Remedy in Monsanto Canada Inc. v. Schmeiser
Mark Facundo 

Media Portrayal of Conflicts of Interest in Biomedical Research
Megan Koper, Tania Bubela, Timothy Caulfield and Heather Boon 

Learning to Swim with Salmon: Pilot Evaluation of Journalism as a Method to Create Information for
Public Engagement
David M. Secko


 

Health Law Review Volume 15, Number 2 (2007) 

Healing, not Squealing: Recent Amendments to Alberta's Health Information Act
Tracey M. Bailey and Steven Penney 

Problematic Principles: The CMA on Public/Private Health Care
Jocelyn Downie, Nuala Kenny and Chantelle Rajotte 

The Origins of and Economic Momentum Behind "Pay for Performance" Reimbursement
Rick Mayes 

Public Meets Private: Challenges for Informed Consent and Umbilical Cord Blood Banking in
Canada
Lorraine Sheremeta 

Chaoulli, Critical Theory and Charter Rights
Vincent Kurata


 

Health Law Review Volume 15, Number 1 (2006) 

Trends in Evidence Based Medicine for Herbal Remedies and Media Coverage
Tania Bubela, Timothy Caulfield and Heather Boon 

Media Portrayal of Conflicts of Interest in Herbal Remedy Clinical Trials
Megan Koper, Tania Bubela, Timothy Caulfield, and Heather Boon 

Public Trust and Regulatory Governance as represented through the Media
K. Fernando, T. Bubela and T. Caulfield 

Functional Foods and Intellectual Property Rights: The Importance of an Integrated Approach
Karen L. Durell 

A Note on the Economic Rationale for Regulating Health Claims on Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals: The Case of Canada
Deepananda Herath, Spencer Henson and John Cranfield 

Deference in the Public Health Context
Jacob Shelley 

Comparing Methods of Ethical Consultation for Biotechnology Related Issues
Holly Longstaff, Michael Burgess and Patrick Lewis 

A Web-based Instrument to Model Social Norms
Rana Ahmad, Zosia Bornik, Peter Danielson, Hadi Dowlatabadi, Edwin Levy, Holly Longstaff and Jennifer Wilkin 

Canadian Consumers' Preferences for Food Safety and Agricultural Environmental Safety
Yu Li 

Public Preferences relating to Plant Molecular Farming
Shiyi Tao 

Stories from Guatemala and North America: Why Indigenous Beliefs Matter in the Debate on Genetically
Engineered Food
Shiri Pasternak 

Breaking the Trance? Enabling Dissenting Views on Immortalism
Greg McMullen 

Stem Cells, Politics and the Progress Paradigm
Suzanne DeBow, Tania Bubela and Timothy Caulfield 

Nanotechnology: A Lot of Hype over Almost Nothing?
Charma Stang and Lorraine Sheremeta


 

Health Law Review Volume 14, Number 3 (2006) 

Is Research in Canada Limited to "Surplus" Embryos?
Josephine Johnston 

Life Insurers' Access to Genetic Information: A Way Out of Stalemate?
Yann Joly 

With Great Knowledge Comes Great Responsibilities: An Examination of Genetic Discrimination
in Canada
Daman Thable 

Pan-Canadian Study on Variations in Research Ethics Boards' Reviews of Research Projects Involving
Placebo Use
Johane Patenaude, Julien Cabanac and Johane de Champlain 

A Review of Pressing Ethical Issues Relevant to Stem Cell Translational Research
Ubaka Ogbogu 

Case Comment: Clinger c. Centre Hospitalier de Chicoutimi
Lorian Hardcastle 

The Future of Cord Blood Banking in Canada
Lorraine Sheremeta, Margo Plant and Bartha Marie Knoppers


 

Health Law Review Volume 14, Number 2 (2005) 

Federalism and Public Health Law in Canada: Opportunities and Unanswered Questions
Kumanan Wilson and Christopher MacLennan

The Electronic Health Record in Canada: The First Steps
Anthony A. Morris 

Regulating Consent to Human Embryo Research: A Critique of Health Canada's Proposal
Natalie Ram 

Direct-to-Consumer Advertising for Prescription Drugs in Canada: Beyond Good or Evil
Catherine Régis 

Personal Inviolability and Public Health Care: Chaoulli v. Quebec
Gregory R. Hagen 

Ghost of a Chance: Gregg v. Scott in the House of Lords
Vaughan Black


 

Health Law Review Volume 14, Number 1 (2005) 

The Constitutionality of Mandatory Reporting of Gunshot Wounds Legislation
Wayne Renke 

Police Experience with the Health Information Act: The Edmonton Police Service's Submissions to the Select Special Health Information Act Review Committee
Bonnie Bokenfohr 

A Practitioner's Response to the Final Report of the Select Special Health Information Act Review Committee
Mat Rose 

Electronic Health Records as a Threat to Privacy
Glenn Griener 

Legal Protections of Electronic Health Records: Issues of Consent and Security
Nola M. Ries and Geoff Moysa 

Substitute Decision-Makers in Privacy Legislation that Affects Health Information in Alberta
Noela J. Inions 

A Voluntary Privacy Standard for Health Services and Policy Research: Legal, Ethical and Social Policy Issues in the Canadian Context
Karen M. Weisbaum, Pamela M. Slaughter, Paulette K. Collins 

The Realities of Implementing Health Information Legislation: The Manitoba Experience
Renata Neufeld


 

Health Law Review Volume 13, Number 2 & 3 (2005) 

Special Edition Canadian Governance for Ethical Research Involving Humans
Guest Editor: Michael McDonald, Maurice Young Chair of Applied Ethics, University of
British Columbia

Legal Context of Governance
 
Translating Ethics into Law: Duties of Care in Health Research Involving Humans
Susan V. Zimmerman
 
The Long Arm of Administrative Law: Applying Administrative Law Principles
Michael Hadskis and Peter Carver
 
Consent Revisited: Points to Consider
Bartha Maria Knoppers


Clinical Trials
 

Federal Regulation of REB Review of Clinical Trials: A Modest But Easy Step Towards
An Accountable REB Review Structure in Canada
Trudo Lemmens
 
Ethics Review of Multi-Centre Clinical Trials in Canada
Michael E. Enzle and Rodney Schmaltz
 
Legal and Ethical Issues Associated with Patient Recruitment in Clinical Trials: The Case of Competitive Enrolment
Timothy Caulfield


Social and Cultural Context
 

Evidence-Based Practice of Research Ethics Review?
Brenda Beagan and Michael McDonald
 
A Cultural Understanding of Research Ethics Governance
Fern Brunger and Mike Burgess 

Research Governance, Bio-politics and Political Will: Recent Lessons from Newfoundland and Labrador
Daryl Pullman


Reforming Governance
 

Professional Responsibiltiy and the Protection of Human Subjects of Research
Henry Dinsdale 

Research Ethics Across the 49th Parallel: The Potential Value of Pilot Testing "equivalent protections" in Canadian Research Institutions
James V. Lavery, Michael McDonald and Eric M. Meslin 

Contrasting Modes of Governance for the Protection of Humans and Animals in Canada: Lessons for Reform
Catherine Schuppli and Michael McDonald 

Trends in Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information in Contemporary Health Research: Challenges for Research Governance
Donald J. Wilson 

Conflicts of Interest and Research on Ethical, Legal and Social Issues
Timothy Caulfield


 

Health Law Review Volume 13, Number 1 (2004) 

Public Health Law and Ethics: Lessons from SARS and Quarantine
Nola Ries 

Print Media Coverage on the Lana Dale Lewis Inquest Verdict: Exaggerated Claims or Accurate Reporting?
Hina Laeeque & Heather Boon 

The Future of Nanomedicine Looks Promising, But Only if We Learn from the Past
Michael Mehta 

Physicians Gaming the System: Modern Day Robin Hood
Catherine Régis 

Universality and Medical Necessity: Statutory and Charter Remedies to Individual Claims to Ontario Health Insurance Funding
David Baker and Faisal Bhabha 

The Temporal Element of Informed Consent: Afshar v. Chester
Vaughan Black and Elaine Gibson 

Monsanto v. Schmeiser: Patent Protection for Genetically Modified Genes and Cells in Canada
Grace S. Law and Jennifer A. Marles


 

Health Law Review Volume 12, Number 3 (2004)

Nanotechnology: Facts and Fictions 
Timothy Caulfield 

Stakeholders and Technology: Challenges for Nanotechnology
Edna F. Einsiedel and Greg McMullen 

A Spoonful of Trust Helps the Nanotech Go Down
Bryn Williams-Jones 

The Ruse and the Reality of Nanotechnology
Robert A. Wolkow 

Considerations for Using Genetic Material in Medical Nanotechnology
Michael G. Tyshenko 

Compiling the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Nanotechnology
José Lopez 

A Prospective Look at Risk Communication in the Nanotechnology Field
Emmanuelle Schuler 

Some Thoughts on the Economic Impacts of Assembler-Era Nanotechnology
Michael D. Mehta 

Nanotechnology, Privacy and Shifting Social Conventions
Chris MacDonald 

Solutions Follow Perceptions: NBIC and the Concept of Health, Medicine, Disability and Disease
Gregor Wolbring 

Nanotechnology and the Ethical Conduct of Research Involving Human Subjects
Lorraine Sheremeta 

Building a Broader Nano-network
Ian Kerr and Goldie Bassie 

A Conversation Among Friends
Steven Hennig, Katarina Radonjic, Juan Segui and Edgardo Oyola Torres 

The Case for Publicly Funded Research on the Ethical, Environmental, Economic, Legal and Social Issues Raised by Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (NE3LS) UNAVAILABLE
Lorraine Sheremeta & Abdallah S. Daar


 

Health Law Review Volume 12, Number 2 (2004) 

Concept and Putative Application of Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics
Jai Shah 

It's Not (just) about Privacy - A New Perspective on Health Databases
Ted Schrecker 

Current Developments in New Zealand Health Law
Barbara von Tigerstrom 

The Australian Policy Debate About Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Wayne Hall 

Gene Meets Machine: Intellectual Property Issues and Bioinformatics
Suneeta D'Souza 

Regulating a Revolution: The Extent of Reproductive Rights in Canada
Chantelle Washenfelder 

Media Representations of Genetic Discoveries: Hype in the Headlines?
Timothy Caulfield and Tania Bubela


 

Health Law Review Volume 12, Number 1 (2003) 

Merchants in the Temple? The Implications of the NAFTA and GATS for Canada's Health Care System
Tracey Epps 

The Imperative to Treat: The South African State's Constitutional Obligations to Provide Antiretroviral Medicines
Lisa Forman 

Paying Research Subjects: Historical Considerations
Leah Hutt 

"To Become Old is to Become Institutionalized and Imprisoned": Comparing Regulatory Frameworks for the Use of Restraints in Long-Term Care Facilities
Fiona McDonald 

Section 7 of the Charter: A Constitutional Right to Health Care? Don't Hold Your Breath
Nola M. Ries 

Population Genetic Studies: Is There an Emerging Legal Obligation to Share Benefits?
Lorraine Sheremeta 

Consistency and Privacy: Do These Legal Principles Mandate Gamete Donor Anonymity?
Lisa Shields


 

Health Law Review Volume 11, Number 3 (2003) 

Spare Embryos and Stem Cell Research: Consent Issues
Marie-Hélène Régnier and Bartha Maria Knoppers 

Monitoring Contracts with Industry: Why Research Ethics Boards Must Be Involved
Jennifer L. Gold, Michelle S. Laxer and Paula A. Rochon 

Creating a Patent Clearinghouse in Canada: A Solution to Problems of Equity and Access
Lori Sheremeta and E. Richard Gold 

Representations of Cloning in the Public Sphere
Grace Reid 

"Viewpoint" - Legal Challenges to Donor Anonymity
Laura Shanner


 

Health Law Review Volume 11, Number 2 (2003) 

Beyond an Uninformed Public? A Comparative Analysis of Survey Data Concerning Patenting and
Commodification
Tim Outerbridge 

Teaching Law to Students in the Health Care Professions
Erin Nelson 

Children and Research Participation: Who Makes What Decisions
Christy Simpson 

Paternalistic or Protective? Freedom of Expression and Direct-to-Consumer Drug Advertising Policy in Canada
Jennifer L. Gold


 

Health Law Review Volume 11, Number 1 (2002)

Introduction
Timothy Caulfield 

The Science of Stem Cells: Some Implications for Law and Policy
Abdallah S. Daar and Lorraine Sheremeta 

Regulating the Creation of Novel Human Beings
Jason Scott Robert 

Bill C-13 The Assisted Human Reproduction Act: Examining the Arguments Against a Regulatory Approach
Timothy Caulfield 

Defining A Policy Rationale for the Criminal Regulation of Reproductive Technology
Angela Campbell 

A Constitutional Analysis of the Proposed Ban on Non-Reproductive Human Cloning: An Unjustified Violation of Freedom of Expression?
Barbara Billingsley 

Donate a Definition
Matthew Herder 

Betwixt and Between Human Stem Cell Guidelines and Legislation
Françoise Baylis 

Mum's the Word: Donor Anonymity in Assisted Reproduction
Josephine Johnston 

Privacy and Assisted Human Reproduction: A Discussion Paper
Jennifer Foster and Barbara Slater 

Stem Cell Terminology: Practical, Theological and Ethical Implications
Laura Shanner 

International Initiatives
Marie Hélène Régnier and Bartha Maria Knoppers


 

Health Law Review Volume 10, Number 3 (2002)

Medically Necessary? The Case for Fully Funded End-of-Life Care
Donna Wilson 

Defining Medical Necessity: Challenges and Implications
Glenn Griener 

Implications of Nanotechnology Applications: Using Genetics as a Lesson
Fiona N. Moore 

Recent Decisions: Kelly v. Lundgard - Obligations of Physicians in Medical Legal Reports
Donald R. Cranston, Q.C.


 

Health Law Review Volume 10, Number 2 (2002) 

The Report of the Committee of Inquiry on the Case Involving Dr. Nancy Olivieri: A Fiduciary Law Perspective
Moe Litman and Lori Sheremeta 

The U.K. Model: Setting the Standard for Embryonic Stem Cell Research?
Matthew Herder 

Submission on Draft Legislation on Assisted Human Reproduction National Health Law and Family Law Sections
Canadian Bar Association 

Conflict of Interest in Clinical Research: Direct Payment to the Investigators for Finding Human Subjects and Health Information
P. Saradhi Puttagunta, Timothy A. Caulfield and Glenn Griener


 

Health Law Review Volume 10, Number 1 (2001)

Brickbats and Bouquets for the Draft Legislation on Assisted Human Reproduction
Françoise Baylis 

Community-Based Research Ethics Review: Reflections on Experience and Recommendations for Action
Jocelyn Downie and Barbara Cottrell 

Recent Decisions: Must Doctors Disclose Their Own Personal Risk Factors?
Brenda J. Johnson


 

Health Law Review Volume 9, Number 3 (2001) 

Whither Morality in Genetic Tests
Michael M. Burgess 

Private Genetic Testing in Canada
Bryn Williams-Jones 

The Informed Gatekeeper
Timothy A. Caulfield 

Health Care Ethics Experts
Jocelyn Downie


 

Health Law Review Volume 9, Number 2 (2001) 

Alberta's Health Information Act and the Charter
Barbara von Tigerstrom, Patrick Nugen and Vanessa
Cosco 

The Application of the Canadian Charter in the Health Care Context
Martha Jackman 

The Precautionary Principle in the Regulation of GMOs
P. Saradhi Puttagunta


 

Health Law Review Volume 9, Number 1 (2000)

Reimbursing Physicians for Telehealth Practice
Raymond Pong 

Egregious Inaction: Five Years After of Life and Death
Jocelyn Downie 

Comment: Bill 11 Health Care Protection Act
Timothy Caulfield, Colleen Flood and Barbara von Tigerstrom

Case Comment: Deacock v. Alberta
Brent Windwick


 

Health Law Review Volume 8, Number 3 (2000)

NZ No Fault Accident Compensation scheme: Paradise or Panacea?
Colleen M. Flood 

Clinical Equipoise and Notions of Expertise
Angela Campbell 

Lost Cause in the Ontario Court of Appeal
Vaughan Black and Dennis Klimchuk 

Case Comment: Dobson v. Dobson
Erin Nelson


 

Health Law Review Volume 8, Number 2 (2000)

Children and Decisionmaking in Health Research
Françoise Baylis, Jocelyn Downie and Nuala Kenny 

Information/Consent/Authorization for Minors' Participation in Research
Jocelyn Downie 

The "Hidden Story" of Bill C-54
Barbara von Tigerstrom 

A Commentary on the Protection of Persons in Care Act


Health Law Review Volume 8, Number 1 (1999)

Licensing Physicians for Telehealth and Practice
Raymond W. Pong and John C. Hogenbirk 

An Overview of Alberta Population-Based Funding System 

Recent Decisions
Brent Windwick