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Center for Public Health Law Research

This study, by researchers from CDC and the Center for Public Health Law Research, used policy surveillance to inventory state Medicaid prior authorization policies for ADHD medication.

 
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Center for Public Health Law Research
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National Nurse-Led Care Consortium

This dataset identifies variation in scope of practice laws, including whether nurse practitioners are provided full or limited practice authority, whether there is a transition to practice requirement, and a list of activities they may conduct autonomously. 

 
Sarah B. Klieger, MPH •
Center for Public Health Law Research
Abraham Gutman, MA •
Center for Public Health Law Research
Leslie Allen, JD •
Women Against Abuse, Inc.
Rosalie Pacula, PhD •
RAND
Jennifer Ibrahim, PhD, MPH, MA •
Temple University
Scott Burris, JD •
Center for Public Health Law Research

As of February 1, 2017 state laws disparately regulate patient registration and civil rights, product safety labeling and packaging, and dispensaries, creating a patchwork of regulatory strategies whose effectiveness remains unknown.

 
Benjamin Mason Meier, JD, LLM, PhD •
University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
Lindsay Cloud, JD •
Center for Public Health Law Research
Nicolas Wilhelm, JD •
Public Health Law Research
Scott Burris, JD •
Center for Public Health Law Research

This study analyzes the scope and content of existing national legislation in each of the Global Health Securite Agenda Action Packages.

 
Laura Hitchcock, JD •
Seattle-King County Department of Public Health
Julia Dilley, PhD, MES •
Multnomah County Health Department (Oregon)

This legal map includes more than 100 components of city and county ordinances in Washington that govern the zoning and siting for businesses that produce, process and sell recreational and medical marijuana, as well as regulations governing individual access to the products.

 
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Center for Public Health Law Research

Four longitudinal, empirical legal maps on LawAtlas.org that explore state-level HIA and HiAP bills and laws that were introduced, enacted and/or amended between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2016.

 
Elizabeth Ann Glass Geltman, JD, LLM •
CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy

Radon is a radioactive, colorless, tasteless, and odorless gas found naturally occurring in the environment. Radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States after smoking. To protect the public, many states have developed laws and regulations governing radon disclosure, radon certification and mitigation. Some states have also developed mandatory radon testing provisions in schools and homes in certain contexts.

 
Jennifer Pomeranz, JD, MPH •
New York University
Andrea Garcia, JD, MPH •
American Medical Association
Randy Vesprey, JD, MPH •
Temple University

This dataset groups laws that did not specify employer type with laws directed at private employer programs because they likely apply to private employers in specific or limited circumstances.

 

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