Category: Chapters in Books

Introduction: The Big Tent Theory of Health Law

Introduction: The Big Tent Theory of Health Law

“Introduction: The Big Tent Theory of Health Law” in Canadian Health Law and Policy (4th edition) (with J. Downie & T. Caulfield) (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2011). 8 pages Provides guidance on the laws, regulations, programs, plans and practices affecting conditions of work and employee benefits in Ontario. A wide range of topics is covered including: hiring, employment standards, termination, pension plans and retirement savings, health care benefits, disability benefits, non-traditional job...

Introduction: Seeking the Holy Grail: Financing for Quality, Accessibility and Sustainability in Health Care Systems

“Introduction: Seeking the Holy Grail: Financing for Quality, Accessibility and Sustainability in Health Care Systems” in Colleen M. Flood, Mark Stabile and Carolyn Tuohy (eds.), Exploring Social Insurance: Can a Dose of Europe Cure Canadian Health Care Finance? (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008). 36 pages

Chaoulli’s Legacy for the Future of Canadian Health Care Policy”

“Chaoulli’s Legacy for the Future of Canadian Health Care Policy” in Bruce Campbell and Greg Marchildon (eds.) Medicare: Facts, Myths, Problems, Promise (Toronto: James Lorimer & Company Ltd., 2007). 36 pages “Most health care professionals are committed to the principles of medicare, and so are most other Canadians. Yet everyone recognizes that the health care system has serious problems, and often does not provide the level of care the public...