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Jean McHale on children, cosmetic surgery and perfectionism

Jean McHale on children, cosmetic surgery and perfectionism

Description
Birmingham Professor of Health Law writes for the BeautyDemands research network blog
Date:
11/08/2015
Jean McHale on Advertisements for Cosmetic Surgery and Beauty Practices

Jean McHale on Advertisements for Cosmetic Surgery and Beauty Practices

Description
Centre for Health Law, Science and Policy director and Professor of Health Care Law at Birmingham Law School writes for the 'Beauty Demands' blog.
Date:
19/06/2015
New publication on Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Perspectives from Social Sciences and Law

New publication on Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Perspectives from Social Sciences and Law

Description
Professor Jean McHale, Director of the Centre for Health Law Science and Policy has co-edited "The Routledge Handbook of Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Perspectives from Social Sciences and Law" .
Date:
21/05/2015
UK Supreme Court cites book co-edited by Professor Jean McHale in major decision on medical negligence and informed consent

UK Supreme Court cites book co-edited by Professor Jean McHale in major decision on medical negligence and informed consent

Description
Book co-edited by Birmingham Law academic cited in landmark Montgomery v Lanarkshire [2015] judgement.
Date:
20/03/2015
Management of HIV positive health care professionals in the UK

Management of HIV positive health care professionals in the UK

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Professor McHale delivered the keynote address at the "Itrogenic Transmission of HIV: A Human Rights Issue" conference organized by the Spanish Ministry of Health in December.
Date:
03/02/2015
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Vulnerability and Resilience: An Emerging Paradigm

Vulnerability and Resilience: An Emerging Paradigm
Date
14/09/2015
Description
Martha Fineman is an internationally renowned scholar of the highest standing, whose work addresses complex and boundary-transcending themes of human vulnerability and resilience.
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