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2015: Mini Law School A Conversation about Assisted Dying: What the law has to say Abstract  YouTube
Jocelyn Downie
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship Fake It Till You Make it: Policymaking and Assisted Human Reproduction in Canada Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2009: Faculty Scholarship Public Health Protection and Drinking Water Quality on First Nation Reserves: Considering the New Federal Regulatory Proposal Abstract  SSRN
Constance MacIntosh
 
2010: Faculty Scholarship A Conflict by Any Other Name Would Smell as Foul: A Comment on the Appointment of a Vice-President of Pfizer to the CIHR Governing Council Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2008: Faculty Scholarship Envisioning the Future of Aboriginal Health Under the Health Transfer Process Abstract  SSRN
Constance MacIntosh
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship The Tunnel at the End of the Light? A Critical Analysis of the Development of the Tri-Council Policy Statement in "Big Picture Bioethics: Developing Democratic Policy in Contested Domains" eds Susan Dodds and Rachel Ankeny Abstract  Novanet
Jocelyn Downie
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Permitting Voluntary Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: Law Reform Pathways for Common Law Jurisdictions Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship Cutting the Gordian Knot of Futility: A Case for Law Reform on Unilateral Withholding and Withdrawal of Potentially Life-Sustaining Treatment Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2013: Faculty Scholarship The Canadian Legal System Abstract  SSRN
Steve Coughlan, Dale Darling
 
2015: Faculty Scholarship Assisted Dying for Individuals with Dementia: Challenges for Translating Ethical Positions into Law Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2009: Faculty Scholarship Moral Authority in English and American Abortion Law Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2015: Faculty Scholarship Draft Provincial/Territorial Legislation to Implement a Regulatory Framework for Medically-Assisted Dying Consistent with Carter v. Canada (Attorney General) 2015 SCC 5 and the Final Report of the Provincial-Territorial Expert Advisory Group on Physician- Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2009: Faculty Scholarship Human Rights in Health Equity: Cervical Cancer and HPV Vaccines Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2010: Faculty Scholarship Canadian Parliament Must Act on Assisted Human Reproduction Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2013: Mini Law School Decisions About Health and Personal Care: What does it take to be legally capable? Abstract  YouTube
Sheila Wildeman
 
2011: Faculty Scholarship Restorative Justice, Euthanasia, and Assisted Suicide: A New Arena for Restorative Justice and a New Path for End of Life Law and Policy in Canada Abstract  SSRN
Jennifer Llewellyn, Jocelyn Downie
 
2013: Faculty Scholarship Updated WHO Guidance on Safe Abortion: Health and Human Rights Abstract
Joanna Erdman
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship Welcome to the Wild, Wild North: Conscientious Objection Policies Governing Canada's Medical, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Dental Professions Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2011: Faculty Scholarship Confusion Worse Confounded: A Comment on 'Withdrawl of Clinical Trials Policy by Canadian Research Institute is a 'Lost Opportunity for Increased Transparency' Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2008: Faculty Scholarship Health Equity, HPV and the Cervical Cancer Vaccine Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2008: Faculty Scholarship The Therapeutic Misconception: A Threat to Valid Parental Consent for Paediatric Neuroimaging Research Abstract  SSRN
Michael Hadskis, Jocelyn Downie
 
2008: Faculty Scholarship Prenatal Management of Anencephaly Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship Achieving National Altruistic Self-Sufficiency in Human Eggs for Third-Party Reproduction in Canada Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
 
2007: Faculty Scholarship Paediatric MRI Research Ethics: The Priority Issues Abstract  SSRN
Michael Hadskis, Jocelyn Downie
 
2007: Faculty Scholarship Achieving Transparency in Implementing Abortion Laws Abstract  SSRN
Joanna Erdman
 
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