MEDICAL MALPRACTICE

Brune v. Belinkoff, 235 N.E.2d 793 (Mass. 1968)—The “Locality” Rule Abandoned in Establishing the Standard of Care Demanded of the General Practitioner…..18:129

Call in Houdini: The Time Has Come to Be Released from the Geographic Straitjacket Known as the Locality Rule…..56:753

A Comparison of Empirical Studies of Pharmacy Practice with Judicial Descriptions…..44:483

Consent to Medical and Surgical Treatment…..14:101

Enterprise Liability for Bad Outcomes from Drug Therapy: The Doctor, the Hospital, the Pharmacy, and the Drug Firm…..44:377

The FDA’s Perspective on the Future of Pharmacy…..44:463

Federal Tax Treatment of Medical Malpractice Insurance Alternatives for Nonprofits…..52:495

Foreword to the Symposium on the Evolving Pharmacy Jurisprudence: Changing the Law for a Changing Profession…..44:#3:i

Informed Consent Liability…..26:696

Legal Liability of Medical Peer Review Participants for Revocation of Hospital Staff Privileges…..28:692

The Legal Status of Artificial Insemination: A Need for Policy Formulation…..19:409

The Legal Status of Human Materials…..44:195

A Look at Court Mandated Civil Mediation…..49:367

Medical Utilization Review: The New Frontier for Medical Malpractice Claims…..41:113

The OBRA90 Mandate and Its Developing Impact on the Pharmacist’s Standard of Care…..44:503

The Pharmacist’s Duty to Warn: Toward a Knowledge-Based Model of Professional Responsibility…..40:1

Physician Countersuits—A Solution to the Malpractice Dilemma?…..28:81

The Professional Capabilities and Legal Responsibilities of Pharmacists: Should “Can” Imply “Ought”?…..44:439

Rudolph v. Iowa Methodist Medical Center (Iowa 1980)—Iowa Code Section 147.136, Which Abolishes the Collateral Source Rule in Medical Malpractice Cases, Is Not Unconstitutional, Based Upon a Rational Relationship Test…..29:849

Scope of Medication Use in the United States and Attendant Issues…..44:471

Speed v. State (Iowa 1976)—Standard of Care Which General Medical Practitioner Is Held to Is “Such Reasonable Care and Skill as Is Exercised by Ordinary Physician of Good Standing Under Like Circumstances” and Locality in Question Is Merely One Circumstance to Be Considered, Not an Absolute Limit on the Skill Required…..26:232

The Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice Actions in Iowa: No Longer Forcing Patients to “Play Doctor”…..56:1143

A Traditional Legal Analysis of the Roles and Duties of Pharmacists…..44:519

Tort Reform and Medical Malpractice: Iowa’s Past, Present, and Future…..36:669

Tort Reform: Would a Noneconomic Damages Cap Be Constitutional, and Is One Necessary in Iowa?…..53:813