Public Health Law and Practice in Ontario: The Health Protection and Promotion Act
|Format||Softcover + CD-ROM|
Written by Rod Blake, Lori Stoltz, Jane Speakman.
Published by Carswell, 2008.
|This book an essential guide to public health law practice and
procedure in Ontario. It is an indispensable resource for both health
professionals and lawyers who are called upon to interpret and apply the Health
Protection and Promotion Act (HPPA). It is also a resource to related public
health legislation in Ontario including the Immunization of School Pupils Act
and the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004.
Public Health Law and Practice in Ontario features all essential legislation, case law, case commentaries and precedents necessary for a complete understanding of public health law in this province. The book comes with a CD-ROM setting out, in fully-searchable format, the full-text of all decisions cited.
Topics covered include a historical overview, jurisdiction, roles and responsibilities, negligence of public health authorities under the HPPA, appeals to the Health Services Appeal Review Board, community health protection, privacy considerations, communicable disease control, mandatory health programs and services, and enforcement.
Appendices include a fully annotated Health Protection and Promotion Act, section 13 and section 22 Decision Charts and precedent orders.
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