9 Ind. Health L. Rev. [i] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/inhealr9 and id is 1 raw text is: INDIANA HEALTH LAW REVIEW
Volume 9                                                          Issue 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
What to Do When You Can't Hear the Whistleblowing: A Proposal to
Protect the Public's Health by Providing Whistleblower Protection for
Medical Researchers     ...................... ......Jennifer S. Bard   1
The Forgotten Patient: A Health Provider's Guide to Providing Comprehensive
Care for Transgender Patients............ Nikki Burrill & Valita Fredland  69
Extending the Fantasy in the Supermarket: Where Unhealthy Food
Promotions Meet Children and How the Government
Can Intervene       ............................. Jennifer L. Pomeranz  117
NOTES
The Case for Pharmacists As Legal Health Care Providers ............Erin Albert  187
Keeping Your Head on Straight: Protecting Indiana Youth Athletes
from Traumatic Brain Injuries Through Return-to-Play
Legislation        .................................. Andrew W. Breck  215
Where Do Treating Physicians Belong as Witnesses in the Seventh
Circuit?.....                                    CourtneyE. Campbell 247
Nurses Providing Anesthesia Not a Laughing Matter: Why Indiana
Should Not Opt Out of Federal Physician Supervision of Certified
Nurse Anesthetists Requirements  .............. .....Kyle K. Fairchild  281
State Challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act:
The Case for a New Federalist Jurisprudence  ........Christopher B. Serak  311
A Dose of Reality: Unintended Consequences of Penalizing Hospital
Readmissions in the PPACA   ........................ Joel D. Swider    361
2012

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