The next webinar in the Public Health Law Series explores why environmental noise is increasingly becoming a public health issue and which legal tools may be best suited to address it. Presenters will discuss how federal, state and local government can use their authority to protect the public from dangerous levels of noise. The webinar will take place on Thursday, June 20 at 1 p.m. ET. Learn more and register for this webinar.
Public health law research is a growing field dedicated to measuring and studying the positive and negative impact laws can have on public health. Public Health Law Research (PHLR) recently released a book that explores the mechanisms, theories and models central to this research, and helps shed light on the relationship between health and law. Learn more about the book.
A number of maternal and child health (MCH)-related issues have been generating headlines recently, and Network attorneys have been called on to provide legal expertise and information about these issues, including those relevant to the Affordable Care Act and the recent decision on Plan B.