Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. The purpose of this manual 2. The constitutional and legal sources of public health powers and the place of public health in government 3. Public health law as a branch of administrative law 4. Public health law enforcement and the bill of rights: protection of the individual against improper interference with person and property 5. Restrictions of the person 6. Permits, licenses, and registrations and their relation to the credentialing of health professionals 7. Searches and inspections: public health and the fourth amendment 8. Embargo, seizure, condemnation, and destruction of articles endangering public health 9. Abatement of nuisances and dangerous conditions: the use of administrative orders 10. Injunctions: the use of judicial orders to achieve compliance 11. Civil sanctions: penalties, cleanup costs, and liens 12. Public health and criminal law: penal sanctions 13. The public health officer's responsibility and liability 14. Obtaining information: questionnaires, reports, and records 15. Administrative hearings as part of rule and decisionmaking 16. The role of the public health officer in the legislative development of public health law 17. A brief comment on international public health law.
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Washington, D.C. : American Public Health Association,