January 2012
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Join Us on January 26th for the Next Public Health Law Webinar
19th World Congress on Medical Law
2012 National Health Law Conference: Global Health Challenges & the Role of Law
ASLME Staff Member Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary
Society Scoop
Conferences and Events
Health Law Professor Proposals Due January 17th
Where in the World is JLME?
JLME Update
American Journal of Law & Medicine’s 2012 Symposium January 28th
Member Spotlight: Erin Fuse Brown
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Article of the Month

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

This month's featured article is "Return of Research Results: General Principles and International Perspectives?" by Emmanuelle Lévesque, Yann Joly, and Jacques Simard from JLME 39.4.

Member Spotlight: Erin Fuse Brown

Our next "Member Spotlight" will feature Erin C. Fuse Brown, JD, MPH. She will be presenting during February’s Public Health Law Webinar titled “Learning More about Health Impact Assessments.”  The webinar will be held Thursday, February 16th at 1pm (ET).

Erin is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, a Visiting Fellow for Ethics and Health Policy with the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics at ASU, and the Deputy Director for the Network of Public Health Law-Western Region at ASU.

She and her colleagues at ASU’s Public Health Law and Policy Program have collaborated with the Health Impact Project to examine how existing legislation and regulations require, facilitate or even potentially inhibit the performance and use of HIAs by local agencies to develop regulations, programs, and policies.

To read more about Erin's professional accomplishments, look for her "Member Spotlight", coming soon to the ASLME website. 


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