The Minnesota Model: Building Interdisciplinary Capacity to Defend Human Rights in Challenging Times

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Medicine & Life Sciences

Employee Health Benefit Plans
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Paternalism
Ethical Analysis
Resuscitation Orders
Hospital Design and Construction
Men's Health
Family Physicians
Advance Directives
Patient Participation
Sex Factors
Federal Government
Very Low Birth Weight Infant
Withholding Treatment
Health Care Reform
Medicaid
Women's Health
Physicians
Health Insurance
Standard of Care
Health Policy
Resuscitation
Cognition
Dementia
Emergency Medical Services
Emergencies
Randomized Controlled Trials
Nursing Homes
Beneficence
Survival
Cataract Extraction
Defensive Medicine
Telephone
Ethicists
Therapeutics
Home Nursing
Jurisprudence
Animal Models
Allied Health Personnel
Hospices
Ambulances
Fear
Legislation
Hyaline Membrane Disease
Neonatal Intensive Care
Pulmonary Emphysema
Apgar Score
Living Wills
Asphyxia
Neonatal Intensive Care Units
Live Birth
Low Birth Weight Infant
Neurologic Manifestations
Informed Consent
Access to Information

Social Sciences

amnesty
justice
human rights
health insurance premium
medical ethics
reconciliation
managed care
baby
Argentina
responsibility
democracy
income
political goal
Law
human rights violation
respect