Sunday, July 27, 2014
HealthLawProf Blog would like to thank our June guest bloggers Associate Dean and Professor Alicia Ouellette, Professor Erin Fuse Brown, Professor Seema Mohapatra, and Professor Wendy Mariner. Here is a short recap of their posts:
Associate Dean and Professor Alicia Ouellette posted the following: Legal Issue or Culture War: Conversion Therapy in the Courts and Beyond, The World Cup and Health: If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Don’t Play in Manaus, Sterilization in the California Prisons and the Medicaid Rules: Under and Over Protecting Women
Professor Erin Fuse Brown posted the following: IPAB May Be A Super-Independent Agency, But It Is Constitutional, Hospitals Using ACA to Justify Cuts in Charity Care, The Health Implications of Piketty’s Inequality, The Hidden Costs of Narrow Networks, Guest Blogger Professor Erin Fuse Brown: Surprise! The Doctors at Your In-Network Hospital are Out-of-Network
Professor Seema Mohapatra posted the following: The Soda War Continues, Tennessee’s Criminalization of Drug Use by Pregnant Women, E-Cigs and Advertising, Genetic Testing of College and Professional Athletes-Legal? Required?, Facial Recognition Technology, Genetic Diseases, and Privacy, and Guest Blogger Professor Seema Mohapatra: The Role of Physicians in Counseling Women Seeking Elective Egg Freezing: Providing Heightened Informed Consent.
Professor Wendy Mariner posted the following: Who Has Jurisdiction Over Sugary Drinks?, Take Care of Your Health at Penn State... Or What?, Hobby Lobby – Part 1: Five Supreme Court Justices Write Corporate Fiction, Hobby Lobby – Part 2: Do Religions Get Their Own Facts?