August 2011
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Article of the Month


Each month ASLME Insider reader can download the "Article of the Month" free of charge!

This month's featured article is the introduction from JLME 39.3 "The Prospects for Public Health Reform" by Elizabeth Weeks Leonard.




 

Member Spotlight

This month ASLME's Member Spotlight features Elizabeth Weeks Leonard for her work on our new issue of the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.

I am delighted to have such an incredible group of leading public health and health law scholars contributing to the Symposium,” states Leonard.

The Symposium looks at the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA) from a public health angle, starting with the presumption that the act did not address population-health concerns. Authors explore or refute this presumption from a variety of perspectives including wellness programs, insurance reforms, access to care, obesity, and human rights.
Leonard's introduction from JLME 39.3 is this month's featured article, and available to readers of the ASLME Insider here.

To read more about Leonard and her professional accomplishments, please read the Member Spotlight

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