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Canadian Health Information - Law
Accused
Acquittal
Act
Adjournment
The person charged with an offence... The defendant in a crimina…
A finding of not guilty in a criminal case
A law passed by Parliament or a provincial legislature (also…
Postponement of court proceedings, usually at the court's dis…
Accused
The person charged with an offence... The defendant in a crimina…
Acquittal
A finding of not guilty in a criminal case
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Public Health 6335: Public Health Law
What is public health?
Name some sources of law.
How do judges formate law?
What is the prime objective of public…
Public health is what we, as a society, do collectively to as…
Constitution, statutes, regulations, judicial decisions.
Through the interpretation of laws and through the formation…
To pursue the highest possible level of physical and mental h…
What is public health?
Public health is what we, as a society, do collectively to as…
Name some sources of law.
Constitution, statutes, regulations, judicial decisions.
Public Health Law Terminology
Rule of law states that
Public law
Example of public law
Private law concerns
No one is above the law and no one has power outside the law
Applies to everyone
Criminal law
Relationships between people, outside of the government
Rule of law states that
No one is above the law and no one has power outside the law
Public law
Applies to everyone
Public Health Law #1
Which of the following best characteri…
The concept of dual sovereignty refers…
Government's authority to target speci…
Which of the following is not a lesson…
Law and ethics complement one another as points of guidance i…
The tensions and conflicts associated with the fact that both…
The equal protection clause.
Alcohol policies can in the right circumstances, discriminate…
Which of the following best characteri…
Law and ethics complement one another as points of guidance i…
The concept of dual sovereignty refers…
The tensions and conflicts associated with the fact that both…
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Public health, Law and Ethics
Haddon's Matrix
Public health approach to prevention s…
Prompts to address in a public health…
Beauchamp and Childress' Four Principl…
When assessing a public health issues consider:... Pre-event fac…
1) Surveillance - what is the problem?... 2) Risk factor identif…
1. Distribution - how common is the problem?... 2. Cause - what…
1) Autonomy: respecting the individual's right to make decisi…
Haddon's Matrix
When assessing a public health issues consider:... Pre-event fac…
Public health approach to prevention s…
1) Surveillance - what is the problem?... 2) Risk factor identif…
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Public Health 3136: Health Law
What are police powers?
The competing interests at the heart o…
Public health and the constitution...
What are the three main domains of hea…
Represent the inherent authority of state and local governmen…
Those that define the functions and powers of public health a…
The word health never appears, but the document confers power…
Health care policy and law... Public health policy and law... Bio…
What are police powers?
Represent the inherent authority of state and local governmen…
The competing interests at the heart o…
Those that define the functions and powers of public health a…
Public Health Law Midterm
Common law
Common law is described to be
There are 14 legislatures in Canada
Generally statutory law addresses
Consists of judges' decisions of cases brought before them
Creative and flexible due to variety in cases and everchangin…
House of Commons, 10 provincial assemblies, 3 territorial ass…
Public policy about more general societal problems
Common law
Consists of judges' decisions of cases brought before them
Common law is described to be
Creative and flexible due to variety in cases and everchangin…
Public Health Law Exam
The Meat Regulation
The Meat Regulation covers...
(Meat Regulation) Condemn definition
(Meat Regulation) Euthanize definition
Replaces the Provincial Meat Act, and now is a regulation und…
Definitions of types of meat and processes, premises (categor…
To decide that food is unfit for slaughter or as food
To kill animal for reasons other than human consumption
The Meat Regulation
Replaces the Provincial Meat Act, and now is a regulation und…
The Meat Regulation covers...
Definitions of types of meat and processes, premises (categor…
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Public Health Law
What falls under tort law?
What are the four purposes of tort law?
What are the four requirements to char…
Define "duty" as required for negligen…
A civil, non-contractual wrong for which a person seeks monet…
1. Assignment of responsibility (blame)... 2. Compensation for l…
Prove Duty, Breach (of that duty), Causation, and Loss/Damage
The individual/company/plaintiff owes a duty to others in the…
What falls under tort law?
A civil, non-contractual wrong for which a person seeks monet…
What are the four purposes of tort law?
1. Assignment of responsibility (blame)... 2. Compensation for l…
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Government, Law and Public Health
What is the purpose of public health l…
roles of local, state, and federal hea…
health department organization structu…
centralized
to protect and promote health and insure the rights of indivi…
-local: local health departments... -state: health departments,…
centralized and decentralized
a unit of the state health agency
What is the purpose of public health l…
to protect and promote health and insure the rights of indivi…
roles of local, state, and federal hea…
-local: local health departments... -state: health departments,…
Public Health Law
liberty interests
statutory law
U.S. Constitution
Civil cases
The landmark Supreme Court case of Jacobson v. Massachusetts…
The type of laws created by legislation
This source of law is broad, general, and somewhat indefinite…
These cases include torts, breach of contract and other lawsu…
liberty interests
The landmark Supreme Court case of Jacobson v. Massachusetts…
statutory law
The type of laws created by legislation
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Public Health Law
Equal Protection
Due process
Statutes
Ordinances
A right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights requiring comparable…
The necessary procedural requirements that government agencie…
Laws enacted by elected officials of the nation or state
Laws enacted by local elected officials
Equal Protection
A right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights requiring comparable…
Due process
The necessary procedural requirements that government agencie…
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Public Health Law Final
Eminent Domain Example
Land Use Regulations
Penn Central Transportation Co. v. New…
Penn Central Test
A City recognizes that having a full-service grocery store in…
-Prohibiting the establishment of new fast food restaurant in…
Facts of the case: NYC Landmarks Law requires a permit to alt…
What is the economic impact?... -The amount the property is deva…
Eminent Domain Example
A City recognizes that having a full-service grocery store in…
Land Use Regulations
-Prohibiting the establishment of new fast food restaurant in…
Public Health Law
Res Judicata
Stare decisis
Statute of Limitation
HIPAA
The issue has been decided
let the decision stand
Time limit on when a suit can be brought
health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act... Congress…
Res Judicata
The issue has been decided
Stare decisis
let the decision stand
Public Health Law
Definition of Social Justice
Define the Right to Health
Public Health Law Associated Values (7)
Ways Law Can Be Used to Improve Public…
-fair disbursement of common advantages and burdens
-right of everyone to access the highest attainable aspect of…
1) community... 2) government... 2) social justice... 3) state's power…
1) Direct Regulation... 2) Indirect Regulation... 3) Spending Power…
Definition of Social Justice
-fair disbursement of common advantages and burdens
Define the Right to Health
-right of everyone to access the highest attainable aspect of…
Public Health Law
Paternalism
John Stuart Mill
Anti-paternalism principle
Harm principle
Societal, especially governmetnal, actions to protect individ…
An individual may only infringe upon another's liberty as sel…
Individual is not accountable to society for his actions if t…
Government can regulate conduct of an individual that harms o…
Paternalism
Societal, especially governmetnal, actions to protect individ…
John Stuart Mill
An individual may only infringe upon another's liberty as sel…
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Public Health Law Midterm
Jacobson v Massachusetts (1905)
Lochner v New York (1905)
Mathews v Eldridge (1976)
Greene v Edwards (1980)
Mandatory smallpox vaccination, held- police power for safety…
NY wanted limit imposed on workday hrs, law was struck down b…
social security benefits were terminated without a hearing be…
Greene had tuberculosis, was committed to a hospital without…
Jacobson v Massachusetts (1905)
Mandatory smallpox vaccination, held- police power for safety…
Lochner v New York (1905)
NY wanted limit imposed on workday hrs, law was struck down b…
Public Health Law
American Dental Association v. Martin
Jacobson v. Commonwealth of Massachuse…
School Board of Nassau County v. Arline
State v. Handy
When OSHA promulgated a rule on occupational exposure to bloo…
A Massachusetts law allowed cities to require residents to be…
Gene Arline, an elementary school teacher in Nassau county, F…
Handy convicted for sex offense, court compelled him to testi…
American Dental Association v. Martin
When OSHA promulgated a rule on occupational exposure to bloo…
Jacobson v. Commonwealth of Massachuse…
A Massachusetts law allowed cities to require residents to be…
Laws in Public Health
RA 6173
Letter of Instruction 949
RA 7160
RA 7305
Code of conduct and ethical standards of public officials and…
Legal Basis of PHC
Local Government Code
Magna Carta for Public health workers
RA 6173
Code of conduct and ethical standards of public officials and…
Letter of Instruction 949
Legal Basis of PHC
Public Health law Exam
Public health law definition
Public Health Law interventions
Public Health Law Interventions
Law and public health
Responsibility of State and legal powers of state and partner…
Reduce risk to others, self, and protecting the incompentent
Is risk significant, effective. What is the cost of Regulatio…
Fountain and Levy
Public health law definition
Responsibility of State and legal powers of state and partner…
Public Health Law interventions
Reduce risk to others, self, and protecting the incompentent
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Environmental Public Health Laws
Legislative Act
Clean Water Act
Hazardous Materials Transportation Uni…
Clean Air Act
A systematic group of statutes addressing a particular subject.
Enforced by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
The first comprehensive attempt to regulate air pollution at…
Legislative Act
A systematic group of statutes addressing a particular subject.
Clean Water Act
Enforced by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
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Public Health: Public Healths Laws, Regulations, and Guidelines
What does "HIPAA" stand for?
Health Insurance Portability and Accou…
When was HIPAA enacted?
What is "P.H.I."?
"Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act"
The first national standards established to protect the confi…
1996
Protected health information
What does "HIPAA" stand for?
"Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act"
Health Insurance Portability and Accou…
The first national standards established to protect the confi…
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Public Health Law Exam 1
Substantive Due Process
Procedural Due Process
Fundamental Right
Rational Basis Level of Review
Has to do with the substance of the state action/law. Demarca…
Whether the state action (law) is being applied fairly and on…
A group of rights that have been recognized by the Supreme Co…
Refers to the default standard of review that courts apply wh…
Substantive Due Process
Has to do with the substance of the state action/law. Demarca…
Procedural Due Process
Whether the state action (law) is being applied fairly and on…
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Unit 3-Public Health Law
List 5 of 7 major areas of the CA Admi…
List at least 5 diseases that are requ…
List at least 5 diseases that are requ…
The MDL provides reference services in…
1. Health Officer (1250)... 2. Central Office (1251)... 3. Clerical…
Anthrax (human and animal)... Botulism... Brucellosis (human)... Plagu…
Acid fast bacillus (AFB)... Bordatella Pertussis ... Brucellosis (A…
1. Bacterial Diseases... 2. Food borne and Waterborne... 3. Mycobac…
List 5 of 7 major areas of the CA Admi…
1. Health Officer (1250)... 2. Central Office (1251)... 3. Clerical…
List at least 5 diseases that are requ…
Anthrax (human and animal)... Botulism... Brucellosis (human)... Plagu…
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Public Health 6330: Health Services and the Law
What are the three branches of governm…
What are Congress' key powers?
The United States Senate:... a.) How many…
The House of Representatives:... a.) How…
1.) Executive Branch (Article I)... a.) Enforcement of the law…
1.) Taxing power... 2.) Spending power... 3.) Commerce clause (air,…
100 members, 2 per state... Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-…
435 members, # per state based on population... Speaker John Bo…
What are the three branches of governm…
1.) Executive Branch (Article I)... a.) Enforcement of the law…
What are Congress' key powers?
1.) Taxing power... 2.) Spending power... 3.) Commerce clause (air,…
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Law and Public Health Session 2
Approaches to Disease Control
Microbial Approach to Disease
Significance of McGinnis & Foege "Actu…
Ecological Approach to Disease
Microbial, Behavioral, Ecological
Based off Koch's postulate for proving causation of a disease…
Showed that "disease" that kills us is often only the proxima…
Galea in 2011 published "Estimated Deaths Attributable to Soc…
Approaches to Disease Control
Microbial, Behavioral, Ecological
Microbial Approach to Disease
Based off Koch's postulate for proving causation of a disease…
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Law and Public Health Session 3
Federalism
Separation of powers
Limitation of powers
"Negative Constitution"
Allocates power between federal and state governments
Each branch of government influences health policy, each bran…
Individual rights protected to effectively limit government p…
Constitution's language frames protections of individuals aga…
Federalism
Allocates power between federal and state governments
Separation of powers
Each branch of government influences health policy, each bran…
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Law and Public Health Session 9
Criteria for Commercial Speech (Bolger…
Central Hudson Test 1st Question
Central Hudson Test 2nd Quetion
Central Hudson Test 3rd Question
Identifies a specific product... Form of advertising ... Confers ec…
Is the activity unlawful? Is the speech false, deceptive, or…
Is the government interest substantial?
Does the regulation of commercial speech directly advance the…
Criteria for Commercial Speech (Bolger…
Identifies a specific product... Form of advertising ... Confers ec…
Central Hudson Test 1st Question
Is the activity unlawful? Is the speech false, deceptive, or…
Mastering the Basics of Law and Public Health: Characteristics of of Public Health Law
Public Health Law
Core Values of Public Health
Law as a Tool (Powers)
Characteristics of Public Law
the study legal powers of the state, to ensure the conditions…
Health improvement for the population, Fair treatment for the…
Power tax and spend, alter the informational environment, alt…
Government's power and duty to protect public, Coercion and l…
Public Health Law
the study legal powers of the state, to ensure the conditions…
Core Values of Public Health
Health improvement for the population, Fair treatment for the…
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Public Health Law Midterm (2015)
Jacobson v Massachusetts (1905)
Lochner v New York (1905)
Mathews v Eldridge (1976)
Greene v Edwards (1980)
Mandatory smallpox vaccination, held- police power for safety…
NY wanted limit imposed on workday hrs, law was struck down b…
social security benefits were terminated without a hearing be…
Greene had tuberculosis, was committed to a hospital without…
Jacobson v Massachusetts (1905)
Mandatory smallpox vaccination, held- police power for safety…
Lochner v New York (1905)
NY wanted limit imposed on workday hrs, law was struck down b…
Public Health Law Quiz 2
1) assessment... 2) policy development... 3)…
1) Surveillance ... 2) Mandatory Reportin…
1) informational... 2) relational
the act of de-identifying research sub…
Three Essential Public Health Functions
Measures of Information Gathering
Forms of Information Privacy
Common Rule
1) assessment... 2) policy development... 3)…
Three Essential Public Health Functions
1) Surveillance ... 2) Mandatory Reportin…
Measures of Information Gathering
Public Health # 5 Health Law,Policy, and Ethics
Bioethics
police power
rights
negative constitution
focuses on applying individual and group morals or values to…
allows states to pass legislation and take actions to protect…
protections of individuals that limit state police power.
the U.S. constitution allows, but does not require, governmen…
Bioethics
focuses on applying individual and group morals or values to…
police power
allows states to pass legislation and take actions to protect…
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Public Health 6370: Medicare & Medicaid Law
Medicaid eligibility is dependent on...
Medicaid is structured as a partnershi…
Although Medicaid is a partnership bet…
What does Section 1902 A of the Social…
Categories (or at least, pre-ACA)... It is primarily income and…
States and the federal government
States are given broad authority to run their program.... Medic…
"A state plan for medical assistance (Medicaid) must..."... a.)…
Medicaid eligibility is dependent on...
Categories (or at least, pre-ACA)... It is primarily income and…
Medicaid is structured as a partnershi…
States and the federal government
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Related Laws and Policies in Public Health
RA 6713
RA 9173
RA 7160
Letter of Instruction 949
Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards of Public officials and…
Philippine Nursing Act
Devolution code/ Local Government Code
Legal Basis of PHC dated Oct. 19 1979
RA 6713
Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards of Public officials and…
RA 9173
Philippine Nursing Act
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Law & Public Health: Public Health Governance - Direct Regulation Week 5
History of Economic Regulation
Gonzales v. Oregon (2006)
Chevron v Natural Resources Defense Co…
Food and Drug Administration v. Brown…
Colonial and early US- cities played key role in PH... responsib…
1994, OR law permitted physician-assisted suicide, through di…
1. If Congress has spoken to "precise question at issue", the…
Issue- did the FDA have the authority to regulate tobacco as…
History of Economic Regulation
Colonial and early US- cities played key role in PH... responsib…
Gonzales v. Oregon (2006)
1994, OR law permitted physician-assisted suicide, through di…
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Public Health 6368: Law, Medicine, and Ethics
What are the three branches of governm…
What is federalism?
What are some sources of law?
What are Constitutions?
Executive... Legislative... Judiciary
Federal ... a.) Limited powers (ex. Tax, spend, regulate interst…
Constitutions (Federal & State)... Statutes (Legislative Enactm…
Establish governments and delineate fundamental rights and ob…
What are the three branches of governm…
Executive... Legislative... Judiciary
What is federalism?
Federal ... a.) Limited powers (ex. Tax, spend, regulate interst…
Healthcare law: Public health duties and health information
National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act
The Healthcare Quality Improvement Act…
Purpose of health information
Who own's health information?
This Act requires that providers who administer vaccines and…
Requires that hospitals and healthcare entities that take adv…
1. Provide chronological record of a patient's medical care.…
Generally, this belongs with the person or organization gener…
National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act
This Act requires that providers who administer vaccines and…
The Healthcare Quality Improvement Act…
Requires that hospitals and healthcare entities that take adv…
Law & Public Health: Personal Information and the Public Health Infrastructure
Human Subject Research
Human Subject
Subject Abuse/Neglect History
Historic Issues with Human Subject Res…
• "Research means a systematic investigation, including resea…
"Human subject means a living individual about whom an invest…
-mistreated since ancient times... -medical experiments done by…
-deception... -lack of consent... -coercion... -denial of care... -unjust…
Human Subject Research
• "Research means a systematic investigation, including resea…
Human Subject
"Human subject means a living individual about whom an invest…
Ch 3 - Law, Government, & Public Health
Health Care
Public Health
Bioethics
Federalism & Public Health
Scope: Access, quality, & cost of health care organizational…
Scope: Population health & safety, including governmental eff…
Scope: Application of individual & group values and morals to…
>"Health" hard to find in the US constitution... > Relative roll…
Health Care
Scope: Access, quality, & cost of health care organizational…
Public Health
Scope: Population health & safety, including governmental eff…
Public Health Law Week 8 (All)
Dog owner includes
Dog owners who are minors
Civil liability is a synonym for
In the Dog Owner's Liability Act, the…
Anyone who possesses or harbours the dog
Parents must be contacted
Being sued
Negligent, but strictly liable
Dog owner includes
Anyone who possesses or harbours the dog
Dog owners who are minors
Parents must be contacted
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Final Exam Questions Public Health Law and Ethics
Why is tort litigation an effective me…
What is tort litigation?
Are PH litigation and democratic theor…
Why are issues of proof and causation…
It can be an effective method for reducing the burden of inju…
Aims to hold individuals and businesses accountable for their…
They are incompatible given that they do not follow a politic…
It is difficult to marshal scientific proof that an action or…
Why is tort litigation an effective me…
It can be an effective method for reducing the burden of inju…
What is tort litigation?
Aims to hold individuals and businesses accountable for their…
Quiz 1 Public Health Law- Isabel
Structure of Federal Government
Sources/Forms of Law
Constitutions
Regulations... - What are they?... - Other i…
- Legislative Branch... - Executive Branch... - Judicial Branch
- Constitutions (Federal and state)... - Statutes... - Regulations…
Purpose:... - Establish the structure of government (of either t…
- Rules promulgated by administrative agencies (promulgated m…
Structure of Federal Government
- Legislative Branch... - Executive Branch... - Judicial Branch
Sources/Forms of Law
- Constitutions (Federal and state)... - Statutes... - Regulations…
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NEHA REHS Study Guide Public Health Law
Equal Protection
Due Process
Ordinances
Statues
Right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights requiring comparable t…
Necessary procedural requirements that government agencies mu…
laws enacted by local elected officials
laws enacted by elected officials of the nation or state
Equal Protection
Right guaranteed by the Bill of Rights requiring comparable t…
Due Process
Necessary procedural requirements that government agencies mu…
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Mastering the Basics of Public Health Law (Session 2)
What are the three approaches to disea…
Who is Robert Koch?
What is Koch's postulate?
What causes illness?
Microbial, behavioral, and ecological
He discovered the bacteria for tuberculosis and is associated…
Assumed that microbes could cause disease which led to new pu…
It is a product of the interaction of people with their... socia…
What are the three approaches to disea…
Microbial, behavioral, and ecological
Who is Robert Koch?
He discovered the bacteria for tuberculosis and is associated…
Essentials of Public Health Law Quiz #1
Affirmed
Appeal
Appellant
Appellee
An appellate court's decree or order that the lower court's d…
A request made after a trial by the losing party, asking a co…
The party to a lawsuit who appeals a court's decision to a hi…
The party to a lawsuit who won the case in the lower court an…
Affirmed
An appellate court's decree or order that the lower court's d…
Appeal
A request made after a trial by the losing party, asking a co…
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Law and PH - Public Health Ethics (Week 12)
Define Public Health Ethics
What is the main focus of bioethics?
What are the 4 components of bioethics
List 3 Public Health Values/Theories
The principles and values that help guide actions designed to…
The main focus of Bioethics is on the doctor-patient or resea…
• Beneficence... • Non-maleficence... • Justice... • Respect for perso…
• Communitarian ... • Utilitarian ... • Social Justice
Define Public Health Ethics
The principles and values that help guide actions designed to…
What is the main focus of bioethics?
The main focus of Bioethics is on the doctor-patient or resea…
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Law & Public Health Public: Due Process & Equal Protection Week 4.
What is Procedural Due Process?
How "much" Procedural Due Process is d…
What are the elements of Procedural Du…
List the 3 factors needed to decide ho…
Prior to depriving an individual of life, liberty, or certain…
The nature and number of procedures required varies with the…
Notice, hearing, impartial fact-finder, representation by... cou…
1. Natures of the interests involved.... 2. Risk of erroneous de…
What is Procedural Due Process?
Prior to depriving an individual of life, liberty, or certain…
How "much" Procedural Due Process is d…
The nature and number of procedures required varies with the…
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Ch.4 Law, Government, and Public Health
What are strategies used by government…
What are the forms of law that contrib…
constitutional law
legislatively based law
1) Responsibilities of the state specifically delegated to lo…
1) Constitutional law... 2) legislatively based law... 3) administr…
- derived from U.S. Constitution—powers, duties, and limits o…
-includes all acts and statutes enacted by Congress and the v…
What are strategies used by government…
1) Responsibilities of the state specifically delegated to lo…
What are the forms of law that contrib…
1) Constitutional law... 2) legislatively based law... 3) administr…
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Public Health Chapter 5 Health Law, Policy and Ethics
bioethics
police power
rights
negative constitution
includes elements of both health care and public health and f…
the use of authority that allows states to pass legislation a…
the protections that limit the use of state power on individu…
The U.S. constitution allows but does not require governments…
bioethics
includes elements of both health care and public health and f…
police power
the use of authority that allows states to pass legislation a…
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Chapter 16: Public Health Practice, Leadership, and Health Care Law
Core Functions of Public Health
PH Core Function Assessment
PH Core Function Policy Development
PH Core Function Assurance
Assessment, Policy Development, and Assurance
Monitor Health, Dx & Investigate
Develop Policies, Mobilize Community Partnerships, Inform, Ed…
Enforce Laws, Link to or provide care, Assure competent workf…
Core Functions of Public Health
Assessment, Policy Development, and Assurance
PH Core Function Assessment
Monitor Health, Dx & Investigate
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