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Symposium explores Baby Doe Rules 25 years later

Posted On February 11, 2009
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ATLANTA–When should medical treatment be provided for a seriously ill infant? What if aggressive treatment causes enduring pain? And what happens if doctors and parents disagree about whether treatment should be given?

These are just a few questions that have been debated in medicine for more than 25 years, ever since the Reagan administration issued… more »

Georgia State to Launch National Resource for Restorative Justice

Georgia State University will soon provide a comprehensive resource to help those in the field of restorative justice learn from one another and to improve practices, through a national clearinghouse.

The Southern Council for Restorative Justice, based in Georgia State’s School of Social Work, and the Consortium for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in the College… more »