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Lawrence O. Gostin, International Infectious Disease Law Revision of the World Health Organization's International Health Regulations, 291 No. 21 Journal of the American Medical Asocaition (June 2, 2004)
(Posted: 10/04/2004 )

Lawrence O. Gostin, The International Health Regulations and Beyond, vol. 4 The Lancet (October 2004)
(Posted: 10/04/2004)

Liza Newby, et al., The Content and Uses of Health Laws: An Overview of Selected International Models and Lessons Learned for Possible Application in Indonesia, Management Sciences for Health, January 12, 2004.
A review of the use of health laws in Australia, Finland, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain, Thailand, United Kingdom, and the United States, commissioned by officials in Indonesia in response to an initiative from the Indonesian Parliament to revise the nation's health laws. Includes review of public health model laws. Written by researchers at Management Sciences for Health, a private, nonprofit international organization in Boston.
(Posted: 04/22/2004)


David P. Fidler, Indiana University School of Law, Emerging Trends in International Law and Their Implications for Domestic and Global Public Health Practice, (May 8, 2002)
A presentation by David P. Fidler, co-sponsored with the CDC Office of Global Health.
(Posted: 10/22/2004)

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