Bioethics Blogs

Professor Pope – 2016 Publications

A lot of newsletters are compiling faculty scholarship reports.  Here are books, book chapters, and articles that I have published or that are in press in 2016.  Others have been written but not yet accepted.  Still others have been accepted but not yet written.  

THE RIGHT TO DIE: THE LAW OF END-OF-LIFE DECISIONMAKING (3d ed. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business) (with Alan Meisel & Kathy L. Cerminara) (2017 supplement).

Brain Death Rejected: Expanding Legal Duties to Accommodate Religious Objections, in LAW, RELIGION, AND AMERICAN HEALTH CARE (Cambridge University Press forthcoming 2017).

Procedural Due Process and Intramural Hospital Dispute Resolution Mechanisms: The Texas Advance Directives Act, 10 SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF HEALTH LAW AND POLICY (forthcoming 2017).

The Right to Die: 40 Years after Quinlan, 33 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW (forthcoming 2017).

Certified Patient Decision Aids: Solving Persistent Problems with Informed Consent Law, 44 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS (forthcoming 2017).

Physicians’ Opinions About Accommodating Religiously Based Requests for Continued Life-Sustaining Treatment, 51 JOURNAL OF PAIN AND SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT (2016).

Reason-Giving and Medical Futility: Contrasting Legal and Social Discourse in the United States with the United Kingdom and Ontario, Canada, 150(3) CHEST 714-721 (2016) (with Gabriel Bosslet and Mary Baker).

Voluntarily Stopping Eating and Drinking, 6(2) NARRATIVE INQUIRY IN BIOETHICS 75-126 (2016) (symposium editor).

Legal Briefing: Stopping Non-Beneficial Life-Sustaining Treatment without Consent, 27(3) JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ETHICS 254-264 (2016) (with Kristin Kemmerling).

Texas Advance Directives Act: Nearly a Model Dispute Resolution Mechanism for Intractable Medical Futility Conflicts, 16(1) QUT LAW REVIEW 22-53 (2016).

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