2012 National Health Law Conference
Save the date! May 4 & 5, 2012.
Registration will be available in December 2011.
This biennial conference will bring together leading scholars, policy-makers, practicing lawyers and health care professionals to explore how law can address global health issues. Panelists will present research papers and lead discussions on:
- The role of law in addressing the global challenges of chronic diseases and obesity
- Global health issues in vulnerable populations, including: gender inequalities, mental health, and aboriginal health issues
- Human rights and reproductive/maternal health, and the role human rights litigation can play in improving global welfare
- Global issues in new reproductive health technologies and medical tourism
- The impact of free trade on access to pharmaceuticals in a global context
The Conference is organized by the CIHR Training Program in Health Law, Ethics & Policy and the Health Law Group, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.