- Language: English
- 97 Pages
- Published: August 2012
- Region: United Kingdom
Health Law's Kaleidoscope
- Published: March 2008
- Region: Global
- 176 Pages
- Ashgate Publishing
Within contemporary society, the themes of globalisation, health and regulation interlock in complex patterns, changing in response to the mix of cultural differences, regulatory preferences and available resources. To turn the kaleidoscope and to change the mix, is to change the pattern. This book is about those patterns as they arise in the contemporary legal, health and ethical context, exploring the transformations and challenges brought by technological change and the regulatory options in the contemporary global village.
About the Author/Editor
Belinda Bennett is Professor of Health and Medical Law at the University of Sydney, Australia.
Rewriting the future?;
Written in code;
Reproductive rights in a posthuman world;
Health rights and health tourism;
Globalisation and public health law;
Health law's kaleidoscope;
'Dr Bennett offers a careful picture of the ‘kaleidoscope’ of complex and shifting norms which make up contemporary health law. Her breadth of vision and depth of critical insight will make this book required reading for anyone with an interest in how health care law must adapt in the face of rapidly developing scientific knowledge and the pressures and possibilities of globalisation.'
Sally Sheldon, University of Kent, UK