Public Health Law, 2nd ed.
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The second edition of Public Health Law offers an up-to-date compendium of cases, materials and notes illustrating the field's expanded scope and importance today. All-new materials include:
Theories of risk perception
Federal regulation of public health
Chronic disease prevention
Global health programs
Chapters 1 and 2 survey the public health field and ways to identify health and safety risks. Chapters 3 and 4 examine relevant constitutional issues. The remaining chapters focus on specific health risks and can be taught as problem-based case studies to allow students to evaluate different solutions, as in the real world.
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Mariner, Wendy K. and Annas, George J., "Public Health Law, 2nd ed." (2014). Books. 321.