The Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service has published the journal’s first new articles for the fall 2013 semester.
Can True Parity Really Be Achieved? A Proposal for Behavioral Health Advance Directive Statutes with Bite by David C. Jung focuses on behavioral advanced care directives.
Doctor Robert C. Patton shares that hospital violations of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act may lead to unnecessary delays, which can cause patients harm in his article Death and Injury by Delay: Hidden Harm and EMTALA’s Reverse Dumping Provision.
The Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service is a vehicle for identifying and addressing the pressing needs of our society. It examines issues lying at the intersection of policy, public interest, academia, and the law, raising awareness of topics insufficiently examined in traditional scholarly publications.