Listen to two Public Health Law experts, Larry Gostin JD LLD & Edward P. Richards JD MPH, discuss the issue of Public Health Law and the Ten Essential Services. These lectures were originally delivered on November 12, 2000 in Boston at a conference sponsored by the American Association of Public Health Physicians and taped by Virginia Dato MD MPH of the Center for Public Health Practice, University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health. No commercial use of these lectures may be made without the explicit written permission of Professors Gostin and Richards.
Professor Gostin is Co-Director of the Georgetown/Johns Hopkins Program on Law and author of the book, Public Health Law: Power, Duty, Restraint
Professor Richards is Director of The Center for Public Health Law at the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law and co-author of Medical Care Law, Aspen (1999).
Click here to hear Professor Richards. Note: The first 6 seconds are blank and the first 40 seconds have some extra noise. This lecture runs for approximately 30 minutes. You need to have an audio player that plays MP3 files to hear this file.
Click here to download Professor Richards slides.
Click here to hear Professor Gostin. This lecture runs approximately 20 minutes. You need to have an audio player that plays MP3 files to hear this file.
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