Congratulations to the Mitchell Hamline School of Law health law faculty on their accomplishments.
Date range: July 1, 2017 – July 31, 2017
7/26/2017 “Minnesota Tobacco Litigation” Doug Blanke of the Public Health Law Center gave a presentation on Minnesota’s tobacco litigation at an invitational meeting of experts convened by the Pan American Health Organization in Panama City, Panama, to address the role of litigation in implementation of the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. July 26-July 28, 2017.
7/26/2017 “Navigating the Government Hedge Maze” Mike Freiberg of the Public Health Law Center gave a presentation at the 2017 statewide grantee meeting for the Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) in Eagan, Minnesota.
7/20/2017 “Quality Early Care and Education as a Lever for Health Equity”
Natasha Frost of the Public Health Law Center gave a presentation with Krista Scott of Child Care Aware of America about systemic barriers to equitable services in Early Care and Education at the National Association of Family Child Care Conference in Mobile, Alabama.
7/26/2017 “Supply and Demand – Using Policies, Systems and Business Strategies to Improve Healthy Food Access”
Natasha Frost of the Public Health Law Center gave a presentation about improving access to healthy foods during a panel at the Statewide Minnesota Department of Health/Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) Meeting in Eagan, Minnesota.
7/29/2017 “Legal and Policy Options for Quality in Small Family Homes”
Natasha Frost of the Public Health Law Center gave a presentation about how “quality” is defined, measured, and supported for family child care settings at the Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRIS) National Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
Brain Death Rejected: Expanding Legal Duties to Accommodate Religious Objections, in LAW, RELIGION, AND HEALTH IN THE UNITED STATES 293-305 (Cambridge University Press 2017).
7/2/2017 “Three Legal Tools for Promoting Shared Decision Making”
Professor Thaddeus Pope gave a presentation, “Three Legal Tools for Promoting Shared Decision Making,” at the 9th International Shared Decision Making (ISDM) Conference in Lyon, France. July 2-5.
7/10/2017 WMAL – Larry O’Connor Show Professor Thaddeus Pope was a guest on Larry O’Connot’s show: “Dr. Thaddeus Mason Pope on the Latest Charlie Gard Update.”
7/19/2017 “Better Healthcare Decision Making for Incapacitated Patients without Surrogates” Professor Thaddeus Pope gave a presentation, “Better Healthcare Decision Making for Incapacitated Patients without Surrogates,” at the Office of Guardianship and Elder Services, Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts. With David Godfrey, ABA.
7/24/2017 San Francisco Chronicle Professor Thaddeus Pope was quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article, “Jahi McMath’s family wins backing for arguments that she’s alive.”
7/25/2017 ASCO POST Professor Thaddeus Pope spoke with Jo Cavallo for an ASCO POST article, “Ensuring Advance Directives Are Followed and Lawsuits Are Avoided: A Conversation with Thaddeus Mason Pope.”
7/25/2017 ASCO POST Professor Thaddeus Pope was interviewed by Jo Cavallo for an article, “Advance Care Planning: Ensuring Patients’ End-of-Life Wishes Are Honored,” for ASCO POST.