Vol. 19 Nbr. 2, March 2009
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- The law of doctoring: a study of the codification of medical professionalism.
- Pay for performance, quality of care and the revitalization of the False Claims Act.
- Medical malpractice and new devices: defining an elusive standard of care.
- Keeping doctors out of the interrogation room: a new ethical obligation that requires the backing of the law.
- Adjusting the role of chiropractors in the United States: why narrowing chiropractor scope of practice statutes will protect patients.
- Inmate access to elective abortion: social policy, medicine and the law.