Medical-Legal Studies eJournal
Editor: Marshall Kapp
Florida State University College of Law

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts relating to the interplay of medicine and law, with particular attention to actual and potential interaction between the medical and legal professions. This eJournal distributes contributions that identify and analyze the legal, social, economic, and psychological aspects of contemporary issues on which there may be tension between physicians (and other health care providers) and attorneys. This eJournal also is interested in discussion of issues presenting opportunities for positive collaboration between the medical and legal professions. Representative topics might include: health care reform; the availability, affordability, and quality of health care; patient safety; legal services to medical patients; end-of-life medical care; and the medical malpractice system and alternative dispute resolution proposals.

This eJournal is sponsored by the Florida State University Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law, http://med.fsu.edu/medicinelaw is a joint effort of the Florida State University College of Medicine and College of Law. The mission of the Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine & Law is to identify and facilitate (through education, the conduct and dissemination of scholarship, and performance of service activities) opportunities for members of the medical and legal professions, working together and with others, to foster improvements in the quality of life enjoyed by individuals and to promote public health in Florida, the United States, and globally.

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Sample Issue

Medical-Legal Studies eJournal Advisory Board
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Editor: Marshall Kapp
Florida State University College of Law



Kenneth Brummel-Smith

Dale H. Cowan

John P. Fogarty

Victoria L. Green

Theodore R. LeBlang

Douglas Mossman

Cyril H. Wecht

Donald J. Weidner