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Archive for April 8th, 2014

New CALI Lesson: Healthcare Law Research

One of the latest CALI lessons might be of interest to those of you working on the Journal of Law and Health, the Certificate in Health Care Law, or for the Center for Health Law & Policy. Healthcare Law Research: An Introduction runs for about 45 minutes and can be done online with a CALI registration. Here’s the description –

This lesson is an introduction to health law with a concentration on health care law and is intended for use by upper level students interested in researching health law and policy. However, this lesson may be utilized by any researcher interested in brushing up on their legal research skills. The goal of this lesson is to (1) provide an understanding of the regulatory scheme of health care institutions at both the state and federal level; and (2) give a critical overview of the features of analytical materials (secondary sources) that you may utilize for more in-depth understanding.

If you’re not already registered for CALI, get the access and authorization code.