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Pandemics, public health emergencies and government powers : perspectives on Australian law
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KM 233.3 B 1
Alexandria, NSW: Federation Press
PART A. COVID-19 IN CONTEXT - 1. Rights and powers during public health emergencies / Belinda Bennett and Ian Freckelton -- 2. Pandemics will happen: how have we minimised and managed COVID-19? / Mary-Lousie McLaws -- 3. COVID-19 in historical context: Australian legal and regulatory responses to past influenza pandemics / Gabrielle Wolf -- PART B. THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT - 4. Federal and State powers to deal with pandemics - cooperation, conflict and confusion / Anne Twomey -- 5. Public health emergencies in Australia / Peta Stephenson, Ian Freckelton and Belinda Bennett -- 6. Government inquiries, investigations and reports during the COVID-19 pandemic / Ian Freckelton -- 7. Obtaining COVID-19 vaccines: how the Government sold the parachutes / Justin Malbon -- 8. Human rights in a pandemic / George Williams and Sophie Rigney -- 9. Facemasks for public use during the COVID-19 pandemic: an examination of responses in Australia and England / Fiona McDonald and Claire J Horwell -- 10. The Australian COVIDSafe app and privacy: lessons for the future of privacy regulation / Norman Witzleb and Moira Paterson -- PART C. LEGAL RESPONSES TO THE IMPACT OF THE PANDEMIC - 11. Economic hardship payments in health emergencies / Terry Carney -- 12. Work health and safety: regulating for safe and sustainable work practices in a post-pandemic world / Joellen Riley Munton -- 13. Contract in the time of COVID-19 / Katy Barnett and Matthew Harding / Donna Cooper -- 14. Post-separation parenting during COVID-19 / Donna Cooper -- 15. The administration of justice during public health emergencies / Nigel Stobbs and Ian Freckelton -- PART D. HEALTH CARE - 16. Patient rights and practitioner responsibilities during a pandemic / Marie Bismark, Ron Paterson and Owen Bradfield -- 17. Gender and COVID-19: an Australian perspective / Belinda Bennett and Claire E Brolan -- 18. First Nations health during COVID-19 pandemic - reversing the gap / Fiona Stanley, Marcia Langton,
Sandra Eades and James Ward -- 19. The COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of legislative requirements on residential aged care / Melinda Martin-Khan and Elizabeth Beattie -- 20. Health research and COVID-19 / Margaret Otlowski and Ian Freckelton -- 21. End of life decision-making, advance care planning and estate plan / Kelly Purser, Lindy Willmott, Ben White, Eliana Close and Tina Cockburn
Includes tables and index
Bibliography: pages 367-407
Belinda Bennett and Ian Freckelton are the editors
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