|Present||Associate Dean for Law & Health Sciences, UIC School of Law|
What Hope for Health in All Policies’ Addition and Multiplication of Equity in an Age of Subtraction and Division at the Federal Level?: The Memphis Experience Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy (2018)
Increasingly, people recognize that social factors, such as poverty, the living environment, and educational status, substantially affect health outcomes. A “health in all policies approach” (HiAP) seeks structural reform of policymaking to require purposeful consideration, ...
Supported Decision-Making: A Viable Alternative to Guardianship? Dickinson Law Review (1908-2003) (2013)
The law has traditionally responded to cognitive disability by authorizing surrogate decision-makers to make decisions on behalf of disabled individuals. However, supported decision-making, an alternative paradigm for addressing cognitive disability, is rapidly gaining political support. ...