• University of Bristol Law School, 8-10 Berkeley Square

    BS8 1HH Bristol

    United Kingdom

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Organisation profile

The Centre for Health, Law, and Society is an interdisciplinary Centre established to examine the diverse roles for law and governance as mechanisms to address health and well-being. We look across society and governmental sectors at broad-ranging questions including regulation of health care, reproductive justice, mental health and well-being, and public and global health.

The Centre is based in the Law School and includes leading academics who combine internationally-recognised research profiles with a wealth of experience working with organisations that are responsible for policy-development, professional regulation, and social advocacy. Many members have senior editorial and board responsibilities for leading journals in health law and ethics.

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  • The Two Most Important Questions for Ethical Public Health

    Coggon, J. & Gostin, L. O., 1 Mar 2020, In : Journal of Public Health (United Kingdom). 42, 1, p. 198-202 5 p., fdz005.

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