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The first holistic and thematic study of EU health law, and its implications, through its own internal logics.
Part I. Introduction: 1. Introduction; 2. What is health law?; 3. What is European Union health law?; Part II. EU Internal Health Law: The Individual Focus: 4. Consumerism: the moving patient; 5. Consumerism: the moving health product or service; 6. Consumerism: the moving health care professional; 7. Rights: health rights as human rights; 8. Rights: mobile patients' rights as human rights; Part III. EU Internal Health Law: The Systemic Focus: 9. Competition, solidarity, equality: health insurance; 10. Competition, solidarity, equality: health institutions and professions; 11. Competition, solidarity, equality: the pharmaceuticals, medical devices and medical equipment industries; 12. Risk: clinical trials; 13. Risk: health system products - pharmaceuticals; 14. Risk: health system products - human blood, tissue and cells, organs; medical devices; 15. Risk: tobacco, food, alcohol; Part IV. EU External Health Law: 16. The global context: institutions and instruments; 17. The global context: consumerism, rights, justice and equality: human organs and access to essential medicines; 18. The global context: opportunities and threats: health knowledge, communicable diseases, global food and tobacco law; Part V. Conclusions: 19. Conclusion.
Tamara Hervey is Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law and Head of School, School of Law, University of Sheffield. Jean McHale is Professor of Health Care Law and Director of the Centre for Health Law, Science and Policy, University of Birmingham.