Books and journal articles

Books

Pandemics, Public Health Emergencies and Government Powers

Belinda Bennett, Ian Freckelton (2021) Pandemics, Public Health Emergencies and Government Powers. The Federation Press.

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Book chapters

Rights and Powers During Public Health Emergencies

Bennett, Belinda, Freckelton, Ian, Bennett, Belinda, Freckelton, Ian (2021) Rights and Powers During Public Health Emergencies Pandemics, Public Health Emergencies and Government Powers:Perspectives on Australian Law, pp.2-17.

Public Health Emergencies in Australia

Stephenson, Peta, Freckelton, Ian, Bennett, Belinda, Bennett, Belinda, Freckelton, Ian (2021) Public Health Emergencies in Australia Pandemics, Public Health Emergencies and Government Powers:Perspectives on Australian Law, pp.69-89.

Facemasks for Public Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic

McDonald, Fiona, Horwell, Claire J., Bennett, Belinda, Freckelton, Ian (2021) Facemasks for Public Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic:An Examination of Responses in Australia and England Pandemics, Public Health Emergencies and Government Powers:Perspectives on Australian Law, pp.150-164.

Gender and COVID-19: An Australian Perspective

Bennett, Belinda, Brolan, Claire, Bennett, Belinda, Freckelton, Ian (2021) Gender and COVID-19: An Australian Perspective Pandemics, Public Health Emergencies and Government Powers:Perspectives on Australian Law, pp.278-293.

End of Life Decision-Making, Advance Care Planning and Estate Planning During a Pandemic

Purser, Kelly, Willmott, Lindy, White, Ben, Close, Eliana, Cockburn, Tina, Belinda, Bennett, Freckelton, Ian (2021) End of Life Decision-Making, Advance Care Planning and Estate Planning During a Pandemic Pandemics, Public Health Emergencies and Government Powers:Perspectives on Australian Law.

Journal articles

The Equivalence Thesis and the Last Ventilator

Andrew McGee & Drew Carter (2021) The Equivalence Thesis and the Last Ventilator. Journal of Applied Philosophy.

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Canada’s Political Choices Restrain Vaccine Equity: The Bolivia-Biolyse Case

Muhammad Zaheer Abbas (2021) Canada’s Political Choices Restrain Vaccine Equity: The Bolivia-Biolyse Case. The South Centre.

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The People's Vaccine: Intellectual Property, Access to Essential Medicines, and the Coronavirus COVID-19

Rimmer, Matthew (2021) The People's Vaccine: Intellectual Property, Access to Essential Medicines, and the Coronavirus COVID-19. The Journal of Intellectual Property Studies.

Transparent triage policies during the COVID-19 pandemic: a critical part of medico-legal risk management for clinicians

Close, Eliana, Willmott, Lindy, Cockburn, Tina, Young, Simon, Cairns, Will, White, Ben (2021) Transparent triage policies during the COVID-19 pandemic: a critical part of medico-legal risk management for clinicians Medical Journal of Australia, 215 (2), pp.71-74.e1.
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Legal Challenges to ICU Triage Decisions in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Close, Eliana, Young, Simon, Cockburn, Tina, Willmott, Lindy, White, Ben (2021) Legal Challenges to ICU Triage Decisions in the COVID-19 Pandemic: How Effectively Does the Law Regulate Bedside Rationing Decisions in Australia? University of New South Wales Law Journal, 44 (1), pp.9-59.
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Transparent triage policies during the COVID-19 pandemic

Close, Eliana, Willmott, Lindy, Cockburn, Tina, Young, Simon, Cairns, Will, White, Ben (2021) Transparent triage policies during the COVID-19 pandemic: a critical part of medico-legal risk management for clinicians Medical Journal of Australia.
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Access to Medical Equipment in a Pandemic Situation: Importance of Localized Supply Chains and 3D Printing

Abbas, Muhammad Zaheer (2021) Access to Medical Equipment in a Pandemic Situation: Importance of Localized Supply Chains and 3D Printing 213.

Public Understanding and Voluntary Responsibility to Mitigate COVID-19 Pandemic

Abbas, Muhammad Zaheer (2021) Public Understanding and Voluntary Responsibility to Mitigate COVID-19 Pandemic: Role of Local Community Organizations in Information Sharing and Health Literacy Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health.
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The COVID-19 Pandemic and Trade-Related Security Exceptions

Muhammad Zaheer Abbas (2021) The COVID-19 Pandemic and Trade-Related Security Exceptions: An Analysis of the Flexibility under International Law. Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law.

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Practical implications of ‘vaccine nationalism’: A short-sighted and risky approach in response to COVID-19

Abbas, Muhammad Zaheer (2020) Practical implications of ‘vaccine nationalism’: A short-sighted and risky approach in response to COVID-19 South Centre Research Papers.

Conflicting interests, competing perspectives and policy incoherence: COVID-19 highlights the significance of the United Nations high-level panel report on access to medicines

Abbas, Muhammad (2020) Conflicting interests, competing perspectives and policy incoherence: COVID-19 highlights the significance of the United Nations high-level panel report on access to medicines Australian Intellectual Property Journal, 31 (1), pp.24-42.

Patient discharge and COVID-19 resource allocation: UK decision

Adjunct Professor Bill Madden (2020) Patient discharge and COVID-19 resource allocation: UK decision. Australian Health Law Bulletin.

COVID-19 and the global public health: Tiered pricing of pharmaceutical drugs as a price-reducing policy tool

Abbas, Muhammad (2021) COVID-19 and the global public health: Tiered pricing of pharmaceutical drugs as a price-reducing policy tool Journal of Generic Medicines: The Business Journal for the Generic Medicines Sector, 17 (3), pp.115-121.

Treatment of the novel COVID-19: Why Costa Rica's proposal for the creation of a global pooling mechanism deserves serious consideration?

Abbas, MZ (2020) Treatment of the novel COVID-19: Why Costa Rica's proposal for the creation of a global pooling mechanism deserves serious consideration? Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 7 (1), pp.Article number: lsaa049.
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Wills formalities beyond COVID-19: An Australian-United States perspective

Purser, Kelly, Cockburn, Tina, Crawford, Bridget (2020) Wills formalities beyond COVID-19: An Australian-United States perspective University of New South Wales Law Journal Forum, 2020 (5), pp.1-14.

Advance care planning in Australia during the COVID-19 outbreak

Sinclair, Craig, Nolte, Linda, White, Ben, Detering, Karen (2020) Advance care planning in Australia during the COVID ‐19 outbreak: Now more important than ever Internal Medicine Journal, 50 (8), pp.918-923.
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COVID‐19 and medical litigation: More than just the obvious

Kelly, Anne-Maree (2020) COVID‐19 and medical litigation: More than just the obvious EMA - Emergency Medicine Australasia, 32 (4), pp.703-705.
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ANZICS guiding principles for complex decision making during the COVID-19 pandemic

Warrillow, Stephen, Austin, Danielle, Cheung, Winston, Close, Eliana, Holley, Anthony, Horgan, Ben, Jansen, Melanie, Joynt, Gavin, Lister, Paula, Moodie, Stewart, et al. (2020) ANZICS guiding principles for complex decision making during the COVID-19 pandemic Critical care and resuscitation : journal of the Australasian Academy of Critical Care Medicine., 22 (2), pp.98-102.

Covid-19, rationing and the right to health

Gunn, Michelle, McDonald, Fiona (2020) Covid-19, rationing and the right to health: Can patients bring legal actions if they are denied access to care? Medical Journal of Australia.

CRITCON-Pandemic levels: A stepwise ethical approach to clinician responsibility

Harvey, Dan, Gardiner, Dale, McGee, Andrew, DeBeer, Thearina, Shaw, David (2020) CRITCON-Pandemic levels: A stepwise ethical approach to clinician responsibility Journal of the Intensive Care Society.
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Compassion, Law and COVID-19

Stobbs, Nigel, Bennett, Belinda, Freckelton, Ian (2020) Compassion, law and COVID-19 Journal of Law and Medicine, 27 (4), pp.865-876.
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