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Texas Medical Jurisprudence Examination: A Self-Study Guide
(Institute for the Medical Humanities, 2002)
A study guide for taking the Texas Medical Jurisprudence examination for licensure.
Teaching Health Law: What We in Law Can Learn from Our Colleagues in Medicine about Teaching Students How to Practice Their Chosen Profession
(Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2008)
In this column, Professor Bard draws from her experience of teaching in both United States medical schools and law schools to compare contemporary approaches to medical education with contemporary approaches to legal ...
Black Markets: The Supply and Demand of Body Parts
(Journal of Health Politic, Policy and Law, 2008)
Black Markets: The Supply and Demand of Body Parts is an important contribution to the body of scholarship and policy analysis about one of the most difficult problems facing contemporary health policy, public health, ...
How The Ethical Catastrophe Of Transplanting A Second Set Of Organs In Jessica Santillan After She Suffered Brain Damage Should Lead To Reform In The Donation System
(Internet Journal of Health Care and Ethics, 2003)
Professor Bard argues for reform of the organ donation system after the case of Jesica Santillan where Santillan received two sets of organs when thousands of persons die every year while waiting for an organ transplant.
Standing Together: How Bioethics and Public Health Can Join Forces to Provide Equitable Health Care
(American Journal of BioethicsThe American Journal of Bioethics, 2005)
Professor Bard argues for a multidisciplinary approach that incorporates bioethics and public health can help resolve the problem of poor health care among the impoverished.
Learning from Law's Past: A Call for Caution in Incorporating New Innovations in Neuroscience
(American Journal of Bioethics, 2007)
Under the umbrella of the burgeoning neurotransdisciplines, scholars are using the principles and research methodologies of their primary and secondary fields to examine developments in neuroimaging, neuromodulation and ...
I'm Interested in Health Law - Now Where Can I Get a Job?
(NYSBA Health Law Journal, 2009)
Health care is a trillion-dollar industry that has grown exponentially over the past ten years with very little sign of slowing. The demand of legal services has tracked the growth of the industry. As a result, individuals ...
Rearranging Deck Chairs on the Titanic: Why the Incarceration of Individuals with Serious Mental Illness Violates Public Health, Ethical, and Constitutional Principles and Therefore Cannot Be Made Right by Piecemeal Changes to the Insanity Defense
(Houston Journal of Health Law and Policy, 2005)
By citing to recent data showing the substantial number of seriously mentally ill people incarcerated for determinate sentences, Professor Bard considers how historical and contemporary approaches to the insanity defense ...
How Can We Learn From Our Mistakes: The Legacy of the Anthrax Vaccine
(Health Law News, 2002)
Professor Bard recalls the numerous problems associated with the anthrax vaccine over the past twelve years and its impact on planning for the current threat of bioterrorism.
Immaculate Gestation? How Will Ectogenesis Change Current Paradigms of Social Relationships and Values?
Professor Bard discusses the affect upon the legal rights of parents of children who are carried in an artificial womb.