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2015: Faculty Scholarship Agonizing Identity in Mental Health Law and Policy (Part I) Abstract  SSRN
Sheila Wildeman
 
2013: Faculty Scholarship Putting the Train of Environmental Governance Back on Track: Nova Scotia’s Experiment in Using Legislation to Strengthen Environmental Governance Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle, William Lahey
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship In Defence of Consent and Capacity Boards for End-of-Life Care Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie, Michael Hadskis
 
2005: Faculty Scholarship Indigenous Self-Determination and Research on Human Genetic Material: A Consideration of the Relevance of Debates on Patents and Informed Consent, and the Political Demands on Researchers Abstract  SSRN
Constance MacIntosh
 
2010: Faculty Scholarship Dr. Cézanne and the Art of Re(Peat)Search: Competing Interests and Obligations in Clinical Research Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2006: Faculty Scholarship Emergency Contraception, Abortion and Evidence-Based Law Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Agonizing Identity in Mental Health Law and Policy (Part II): A Political Taxonomy of Psychiatric Subjectification Abstract  SSRN
Sheila Wildeman
 
2009: Faculty Scholarship Glass Houses: The Power of Money in Bioethics Research Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2011: Faculty Scholarship Final Report of the Royal Society of Canada Expert Panel: End-of-Life Decision-Making Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2008: Faculty Scholarship Medication Abortion in Canada: A Right-to-Health Perspective Abstract
Joanna Erdman
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Pereira's Attack on Legalizing Euthanasia or Assisted Suicide: Smoke and Mirrors Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2007: Faculty Scholarship In the Back Alleys of Health Care: Abortion, Equality and Community in Canada Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship The Making of a Myth: Unreliable Data on Access to Palliative Care in Canada Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2015: Faculty Scholarship After Carter v. Canada Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2004: Faculty Scholarship The Boundaries of Medicare: Tensions in the Dual Role of Ontario's Physician Services Review Committee Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2013: Faculty Scholarship Transnational Trade in Human Eggs: Law, Policy, and (In)Action in Canada Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2011: Faculty Scholarship Access to Information on Safe Abortion: A Harm Reduction and Human Rights Approach Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Substitute Decision Making about Research: Identifying the Legally Authorized Representative in Four Canadian Provinces Abstract
Sheila Wildeman
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Steering and Rowing in Health Care: The Devolution Option? Abstract
Joanna Erdman
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Unfinished Business: Ongoing Ethical Exceptionalism in the Oversight of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Research in Canada Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2007: Faculty Scholarship Respecting Adolescents' Confidentiality and Reproductive and Sexual Choices Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2012: Mini Law School Who the Heck Owns My Health Information? Abstract  YouTube
Elaine Gibson
 
2015: Faculty Scholarship Incidental Findings and the Minimal Risk Standard in Pediatric Neuroimaging Research Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie, Michael Hadskis
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Harm Reduction, Human Rights, and Access to Information on Safer Abortion Abstract
Joanna Erdman
 
2011: Faculty Scholarship Ill-Informed Consent? A Content Analysis of Physical Risk Disclosure in School-Based HPV Vaccine Programs Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
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