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Items where Author is "Newdick, Professor Christopher"

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Newdick, C. (2012) Re-balancing the rationing debate: tackling the tensions between individual and community rights. In: den Exter, A. and Buijsen, M. (eds.) Rationing Health Care: Hard Choices and Unavoidable Trade-offs. Maklu, Antwerp, pp. 153-170. ISBN 9789046605257

Newdick, C. (2011) Disrupting the community: saving public health ethics from the EU internal market. In: van de Gronden , J., Szyszczak , E., Neergaard , U. and Krajewski, M. (eds.) Health Care and EU Law. Legal Issues of Services of General Interest. Asser Press, The Hague, pp. 211-239. ISBN 9789067047272

Newdick, C., Danbury, C., Lawson, A. and Waldmann, C. (2010) Reverse triage?: managing scarce resoures in intensive care. In: Law and ethics in intensive care. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 191-211. ISBN 9780199562039

Newdick, C. and Danbury, C. (2010) The best interests of babies and young children. In: Danbury, C., Newdick, C., Waldmann, C. and Lawson, A. (eds.) Law and ethics in intensive care. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 69-88. ISBN 9780199562039

Newdick, C. (2008) The European Court of Justice, trans-national health care, and social citizenship: accidental death of a concept? Wisconsin International Law Journal, 26 (3). pp. 844-867. ISSN 0743-7951

Newdick, C. (2008) Preserving social citizenship in health care markets - There may be trouble ahead. McGill Journal of Law and Health, 2 (2008). pp. 93-108.

Newdick, C. (2008) Solidarity, rights and social welfare in the NHS: resisting the tide of bioethics? In: den Exter, A. P. (ed.) International Health Law: Solidarity and Justice in Health Care. Maklu, Antwerp, pp. 83-94. ISBN 9789046602003

Newdick, C. (2007) Charities in the health care market: Can trust survive NHS competition? King's Law Journal, 18. pp. 415-426. ISSN 0961-5768

Newdick, C. (2006) Citizenship, free movement and health care: Cementing individual rights by corroding social solidarity. Common Market Law Review, 43. pp. 1645-68. ISSN 0165-0750

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