Health Law and Policy

FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL BUDGETS IN JEOPARDY: A CONFERENCE ON AMERICA’S FISCAL FUTURE

Deadline: 

12/12/14

Event Date: 

05/1/15 to 05/2/15

Location name: 

Bloomington, Indiana

Organization: 

Indiana School of Public and Enviornmental Affairs

America’s public finance system is largely in uncharted territory. Congress has abandoned its own budgetary process, major cities have declared or considered bankruptcy, and public pension systems and the viability of other unfunded liabilities is becoming an increasing source of concern. Healthcare spending is occupying a significant share of both state and federal non-discretionary spending.

Call for Papers - Third Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy, and Ethics

Deadline: 

01/15/15

Event Date: 

05/26/15 to 05/28/15

Location name: 

Scottsdale, AZ

Organization: 

ASU Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law

The third annual conference on the Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics, will be held at the Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center, in Scottsdale, Arizona, on May 26-28, 2015.

Annual Conference Law, Religion, and American Healthcare

Deadline: 

12/1/14

Event Date: 

05/8/15 to 05/9/15

Location name: 

Cambridge, MA

Organization: 

The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School

Religion and medicine have historically gone hand in hand, but increasingly have come into conflict in the U.S. as health care has become both more secular and more heavily regulated.  Law has a dual role here, simultaneously generating conflict between religion and health care, for example through new coverage mandates or legally permissible medical interventions that violate religious norms, while also acting as a tool for religious accommodation and protection of conscience.  

Law, Religion, and Healthcare

Deadline: 

12/1/14

Event Date: 

05/8/15 to 05/9/15

Location name: 

Cambridge, MA

Organization: 

Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School

Conference Description

Religion and medicine have historically gone hand in hand, but increasingly have come into conflict in the U.S. as health care has become both more secular and more heavily regulated.  Law has a dual role here, simultaneously generating conflict between religion and health care, for example through new coverage mandates or legally permissible medical interventions that violate religious norms, while also acting as a tool for religious accommodation and protection of conscience.  

The Social, Ethical, and Legal Consequences of Sports-Related Brain Injuries

Deadline: 

11/30/14

Event Date: 

03/6/15

Location name: 

Cleveland, OH

Organization: 

Journal of Law & Health

You are invited to submit an Article for possible inclusion in the Journal of Law & Health’s Annual Symposium: The Social, Ethical, and Legal Consequences of Sports-Related Brain Injuries. The Journal of Law & Health is a student-run publication dedicated to publishing innovative articles that offer diverse perspectives on the intersection between law, health, and medicine.

BioIP New Scholars Workshop at Boston University

Deadline: 

10/1/14

Event Date: 

05/7/15

Location name: 

Boston University School of Law

Organization: 

Boston, MA

Call for Abstracts: 2015 bioIP New Scholars Workshop

The American Society for Law, Medicine & Ethics (ASLME) is pleased to announce the first annual bioIP New Scholars Workshop on May 7, 2015 at Boston University School of Law.

The Workshop will offer a unique opportunity for three new scholars (in their first decade of teaching) to present their draft scholarship for in-depth critique and commentary by respected senior scholars in the field.

Synergies, benefits and trade-offs of eHealth and surveillance

Deadline: 

10/26/14

Event Date: 

04/21/15 to 04/24/15

Location name: 

Tilburg, Netherlands

Organization: 

Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society

Conference Theme: The notion that people are ‘under observation’ has multiple connotations. Bringing together two hitherto unrelated streams of scholarship interested in observation —eHealth and surveillance studies— this conference aims to inspire cross-fertilisation and bring new insights into the legal, ethical and social meanings of being ‘under observation’.