Duquesne University School of Law

Rhonda Gay Hartman, J.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

Office: Hanley Hall 329

Phone Number: 412.396.4634

E-Mail Address: hartmanrg@duq.edu

Education: J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law

Rhonda Gay Hartman is a law professor in Pittsburgh who specializes in health law and policy and children's rights. Since serving as a law clerk for Judge Alan N. Bloch of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Hartman has been a visiting scholar at Georgetown University; a visiting professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Law; a visiting professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine; and a research associate professor in the Department of General Medicine and interim associate director of the Consortium Ethics Program at the University of Pittsburgh. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, she serves as a visiting professor at Duquesne University’s School of Law.

From Pittsburgh to Paris, Hartman has been invited to present her work at various conferences, universities and institutions. Her work focuses on legal and policy issues in innovative surgical procedures and on the rights of children and adolescents in health care including the intersection of medical ethics and the law. She has been interviewed by NPR, BBC, and other media outlets about her work. She presented most recently at Hofstra University School of Law, addressing the Affordable Care Act's impact on caring for children and adolescents, and at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, addressing patient awareness and education in reconstructive transplantation (hand/face transplant). She has worked with state and federal lawmakers regarding drafting of legislation, and served as a consultant to the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions and to Senator Edward M. Kennedy to foster national policy for promotion of youth development through the Younger Americans Act. Hartman’s scholarship appears in numerous law and medical journals, and leading law textbooks discuss and reprint her contributions. She serves as a peer-reviewer for the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and JAMA Pediatrics.

Two of her publications, Face Value: Challenges of Transplant Technology, 31 American Journal of Law & Medicine 7 (2005), and The Face of Dignity: Principled Oversight of Biomedical Innovation, 47 Santa Clara Law Review 55 (2007), examine composite tissue allograft transplant (reconstructive transplant surgery) and particularly face and hand transplant. She also authored the chapter about ethical and policy concerns of hand and face transplantation in the field’s seminal medical treatise, Transplantation of Composite Tissue Allografts (Springer Science + Business Media, LLC, publisher). In addition to publishing, her expertise led to collaborations with leading surgical teams at Johns Hopkins and UPMC which established standards and protocols for reconstructive transplantation.

Hartman co-chaired and wrote the report for the Subcommittee on Medical Ethics of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Task Force for Pediatric Palliative and Hospice Care. She has served on the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine's Task Force on Women in Academic Medicine. She has also served on institutional review boards as well as on ethics committees and consultation services, and agreed to serve as the interim director for a health care ethics program at Duquesne University. She is a member of organizations such as the Federal Bar Association and the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics. 

Locally, Rhonda Gay Hartman is a member of Alliance Francaise de Pittsburgh as well as the Art and Literary Societies of the Duquesne Club. She has served on the boards of two of Pittsburgh’s legacy organizations: Twentieth Century Club and Ladies Hospital Aid Society (LHAS). At LHAS, she served as an officer and on both executive board and the board of directors. 

  • Children and the Law
  • Health Care Law
  • Health Care Fraud and Abuse
  • Law and Medical Ethics
  • Public Health Law and Policy
  • Torts

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:  JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

Ethical and Policy Concerns of Hand/Face Transplantation
Chapter 30, Transplantation of Composite Tissue Allografts, Medical Treatise

Emerging Issues in Health Care Reform at the Federal, State, and Local Levels,
50 Duquesne Law Review 231

Noblesse Oblige: States’ Obligations to Minors Living with Life-Limiting Conditions,
50 Duquesne Law Review 333 

Gault’s Legacy: Dignity, Due Process, and Adolescents’ Liberty Interests in Living Donation
22 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 101

The Face of Dignity:  Principled Oversight of Biomedical Innovation
47 Santa Clara Law Review 55

Word from the Academies: A Primer for Legal Policy Analysis Regarding Adolescent Research Participation
4 Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy 151

Face Value: Challenges of Transplant Technology
31 American Journal of Law & Medicine

AIDS and Adolescents
7 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 280

Dying Young: Cues from the Courts
158 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 615

Tripartite Triage Concerns: Issues for Law and Ethics
31 Critical Care Medicine 358

Coming of Age: Devising Legislation for Adolescent Medical Decision-Making
28 American Journal of Law & Medicine 409

No Means No!: Reinforcing the Right to Refuse Medical Treatment
8 (1) Community Ethics

Adolescent Decisional Autonomy for Medical Care: Physician Perceptions and Practices
8 University of Chicago Law School Roundtable 87

Adolescence, Medicine, and the Law: Dangerous Liaisons
Community Ethics, Special Supplement

Adolescent Autonomy: Clarifying an Ageless Conundrum
51 California University-Hastings Law Journal 1265

Beyond Moore:  Issues of Law and Policy Impacting Human Cell and Genetic Research in the Age of Biotechnology
14 Journal of Legal Medicine 463

Hateful Expression and First Amendment Values:  Toward a Theory Of Constitutional Constraint on Hate Speech at Colleges and Universities after R.A.V. v. St. Paul
19 Journal of College & University Law 343

The Privacy Implications of a Proposed Mandatory Registry for Bone Marrow Donation
54 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 531

Revitalizing Group Defamation as a Remedy for Hate Speech on Campus
71 Oregon Law Review 855

The Kentucky Bill of Rights:  A Bicentennial Celebration
80 Kentucky Law Journal 1 (with Ken Gormley) 

Privacy and the States
65 Temple Law Review 1279 (with Ken Gormley)

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Book Chapters

Ethical and Policy Concerns of Hand/Face Transplantation

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Ethical and Policy Concerns of Hand/Face Transplantation, in Transplantation of Composite Tissue Allografts, Medical Treatise.

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Articles

AIDS and Adolescents

Rhonda Gay Hartman, AIDS and Adolescents, 7 J. Health Care L. Pol'y 280-315 (2007).

Dying Young: Cues from the Courts

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Dying Young: Cues from the Courts, Archives Pediatrics Adolescent Med. 615-619 (2004).

Tripartite Triage Concerns: Issues for Law and Ethics

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Tripartite Triage Concerns: Issues for Law and Ethics, 31 Critical Care Med. (Supplement) 358-361 (May 2003).

Privacy and the States

Ken Gormley & Rhonda Gay Hartman, Privacy and the States, 65 Temp. L. Rev.1279 (1992).

The Kentucky Bill of Rights, A Bicentennial Celebration

Ken Gormley and Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Kentucky Bill of Rights, A Bicentennial Celebration80 Ky. L. J. 1 (1991).

Revitalizing Group Defamation as a Remedy for Hate Speech on Campus

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Revitalizing Group Defamation as a Remedy for Hate Speech on Campus, 71 Or. L. Rev.855-900 (1992).

The Privacy Implications of a Proposed Mandatory Registry for Bone Marrow Donation

Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Privacy Implications of a Proposed Mandatory Registry for Bone Marrow Donation54 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 531-551 (Winter 1993).

Hateful Expression and First Amendment Values: Toward a Theory Of Constitutional Constraint on Hate Speech at Colleges and Universities after R.A.V. v. St. Paul

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Hateful Expression and First Amendment Values: Toward a Theory Of Constitutional Constraint on Hate Speech at Colleges and Universities after R.A.V. v. St. Paul, 19 J.C. & U.L. 343-371 (Spr. 1993).

Beyond Moore: Issues of Law and Policy Impacting Human Cell and Genetic Research in the Age of Biotechnology

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Beyond Moore:  Issues of Law and Policy Impacting Human Cell and Genetic Research in the Age of Biotechnology, 14 J. Leg. Med. 463-477 (1993).

Adolescent Autonomy: Clarifying an Ageless Conundrum

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Adolescent Autonomy: Clarifying an Ageless Conundrum, 51 Cal. U.-Hastings L.J. 1265 (Aug. 2000).

Adolescence, Medicine, and the Law: Dangerous Liaisons

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Adolescence, Medicine, and the Law: Dangerous Liaisons, Community Ethics, Special Supplement.

Adolescent Decisional Autonomy for Medical Care: Physician Perceptions and Practices

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Adolescent Decisional Autonomy for Medical Care: Physician Perceptions and Practices, 8 (1) U. Chi. L. Sch. Roundtable 87 (2001).

No Means No!: Reinforcing the Right to Refuse Medical Treatment

Rhonda Gay Hartman, No Means No!: Reinforcing the Right to Refuse Medical Treatment, 8 (1) Community Ethics 5.

Coming of Age: Devising Legislation for Adolescent Medical Decision-Making

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Coming of Age: Devising Legislation for Adolescent Medical Decision-Making, 28 Am. J. Law & Med. 409 (2002).

Face Value: Challenges of Transplant Technology

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Face Value: Challenges of Transplant Technology, 31 Am. J.L. Med. 7. 

Word from the Academies: A Primer for Legal Policy Analysis Regarding Adolescent Research Participation

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Word from the Academies: A Primer for Legal Policy Analysis Regarding Adolescent Research ParticipationRutgers J.L. Pub. Pol'y 151.

The Face of Dignity: Principled Oversight of Biomedical Innovation

Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Face of Dignity:  Principled Oversight of Biomedical Innovation47 Santa Clara L. Rev. 55.

Gault’s Legacy: Dignity, Due Process, and Adolescents’ Liberty Interests in Living Donation

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Gault’s Legacy: Dignity, Due Process, and Adolescents’ Liberty Interests in Living Donation, 22 Notre Dame J.L., Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 101.

Noblesse Oblige: States’ Obligations to Minors Living with Life-Limiting Conditions

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Noblesse Oblige: States’ Obligations to Minors Living with Life-Limiting Conditions, 50 Duq. L. Rev. 333.

Emerging Issues in Health Care Reform at the Federal, State, and Local Levels

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Emerging Issues in Health Care Reform at the Federal, State, and Local Levels,  50 Duq. L. Rev. 231.

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Presentations

Therapeutic Assurances: Preventing Liability and Fostering Patient Interests

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Therapeutic Assurances:  Preventing Liability and Fostering Patient Interests, presentation to Grand Rounds Medical Staff, UPMC Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.

Conceptualizing Genetic Identity: Of Being and Bondage

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Conceptualizing Genetic Identity:  Of Being and Bondage, Presentation at Ethics Grand Rounds, University of Pittsburgh.

New Reproductive Practices—and Problems

Rhonda Gay Hartman, New Reproductive Practices—and Problems, Presentation at Weirton Medical Center.

Autonomy and Advance Directives: A Misunderstood Relationship

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Autonomy and Advance Directives:  A Misunderstood Relationship, presentation to Western Pennsylvania Allegheny Health System.

Medical Decision Making by Minors: Legal and Moral Perspectives

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Medical Decision Making by Minors:  Legal and Moral Perspectives, Conference on Law and Ethics in Clinical Practice, Consortium Ethics Program University of Pittsburgh.

Cell Lines: Ethics and Patenting of Patient Materials

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Cell Lines: Ethics and Patenting of Patient Materials, Research Integrity Seminar, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine\Divisions of Hematology/Bone Marrow Transplantation and Oncology.

The Ethical and Legal Aspects of Managed Care

Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Ethical and Legal Aspects of Managed Care, Presentation at Pittsburgh Catholic Medical Association and the St. Thomas More Society, Duquesne University School of Law.

Informed Consent in Pediatric Research

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Informed Consent in Pediatric Research, Presentation at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Advance Directives in Practice and in Law

Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Seven Deadly Sins: Advance Directives in Practice and in Law, Presentation at Grand Rounds Medical Staff, St. Francis Medical Center.

Advance Directives: Distinguishing Fact From Fiction

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Advance Directives: Distinguishing Fact From Fiction, Presentation at Grand Rounds Medical Staff, St. Francis Medical Center.

Mature Minors and Medical Decision Making, Ethics for the New Millennium

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Mature Minors and Medical Decision Making, Ethics for the New Millennium, Presentation at Pittsburgh Rotary Club.

Legal and Ethical Issues in Managing Care for Patients

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Legal and Ethical Issues in Managing Care for Patients, Presentation at Western Pennsylvania Allegheny Health System.

Whither Thou Advance Directives: Problems in Policy and Practice

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Whither Thou Advance Directives:  Problems in Policy and Practice, Continuing Medical Education at Northwest Medical Center.

Advance Directives, Patients, and Physicians: Silence Is Not So Golden

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Advance Directives, Patients, and Physicians:  Silence Is Not So Golden, Presentation at Heritage Health System Sewickley.

Determining Decision-Making Capacity

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Determining Decision-Making Capacity, Presentation at Grand Rounds, Department of Medicine, Western Pennsylvania Allegheny Health System.

Treating Adolescent Patients – Legal and Ethical Concerns

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Treating Adolescent Patients – Legal and Ethical Concerns, Presentation at Adolescent Medicine Division, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.

Legal and Ethical Implications of the Duran Case, Grand Rounds Medical Staff

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Legal and Ethical Implications of the Duran Case, Grand Rounds Medical Staff, Presentation at Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Pittsburgh.

Adolescent Psychiatric Care: Eating Disorders

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Adolescent Psychiatric Care: Eating Disorders, Presentation at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic-UPMC.

Geriatric Medical Care: End-of-Life Decision Making

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Geriatric Medical Care: End-of-Life Decision Making, Presentation at Annual Conference of the Geriatric Medical Society.

Informed Consent: Legal and Ethical Issues in Neurological Surgery

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Informed Consent:  Legal and Ethical Issues in Neurological Surgery, Presentation at Grand Rounds, Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Pittsburgh.

Caring for Children and Adolescents: Issues in Law and Ethics

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Caring for Children and Adolescents:  Issues in Law and Ethics, Presentation at Department of Pediatrics, Mercy Health System.

In re Duran and Refusal of Care: Medical and Legal Issues

Rhonda Gay Hartman, In re Duran and Refusal of Care:  Medical and Legal Issues, Presentation at Grand Rounds, UPMC Department of Critical Care Medicine.

Face Value: Personal Identity and Property Interests in Facial Transplant Center for Bioethics and Health Law

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Face Value: Personal Identity and Property Interests in Facial Transplant Center for Bioethics and Health Law, Presentation at University of Pittsburgh.

Face Value: Challenges in Facial Transplant

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Face Value: Challenges in Facial Transplant, presentation to UPMC Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

From Religion to Reproduction: Emerging Issues in Adolescent Medicine

Rhonda Gay Hartman, From Religion to Reproduction:  Emerging Issues in Adolescent Medicine, Presentation at Consortium Ethics Program University of Pittsburgh.

The ‘Endangered’ Human: Issues in Stem Cell and Cloning Research

Rhonda Gay Hartman, The ‘Endangered’ Human: Issues in Stem Cell and Cloning Research, Presentation at West Virginia University School of Law.

Schiavo: Much Ado About, Well, Something

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Schiavo: Much Ado About, Well, Something, Presentation at Thiel College and UPMC Horizon.

Innovative Technologies: Stem Cells, Cloning, and Beyond

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Innovative Technologies: Stem Cells, Cloning, and Beyond, Presentation at UPMC St. Margaret’s Hospital.

Informed Consent: Optimizing Process and Overcoming Obstacles

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Informed Consent: Optimizing Process and Overcoming Obstacles, Presentation at Bradford Medical Center.

‘Family’ Decision Making: Roles, Responsibilities, Rights, and Restrictions

Rhonda Gay Hartman, ‘Family’ Decision Making: Roles, Responsibilities, Rights, and Restrictions, presentation to the Western Pennsylvania Hospital Council.

Death and Dying

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Death and Dying, To University of Pittsburgh School of Rehabilitation Science.

Aging and Elder Care: What Health Providers Should Know

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Aging and Elder Care: What Health Providers Should Know, Presentation at Somerset Memorial Hospital.

Rising from the Dead: Using Post-Mortem Sperm for Procreation

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Rising from the Dead:  Using Post-Mortem Sperm for Procreation, presentation to Medical Staff University of Pittsburgh Department of Urology.

Adolescent Medical Decision Making: Trends and Developments

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Adolescent Medical Decision Making: Trends and Developments, Presentation at Meadville Medical Center.

Pursuing Perfection, Altering Minds, Designing Babies, Transplanting Faces: What Does ‘Health Care’ Really Mean?,

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Pursuing Perfection, Altering Minds, Designing Babies, Transplanting Faces: What Does ‘Health Care’ Really Mean?, Presentation at Thiel College.

Living and Dying: Emerging Ethical & Legal Issues in Adolescent Medical Decision Making

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Living and Dying: Emerging Ethical & Legal Issues in Adolescent Medical Decision Making, Presentation at St. Clair Hospital.

Informed Consent: What Courts Teach Us

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Informed Consent:  What Courts Teach Us, Presentation at University of Pittsburgh Consortium Ethics Conference.

Legal Aspects of End of Life Decision Making

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Legal Aspects of End of Life Decision Making, Presentation at University of Pittsburgh Consortium Ethics Conference.

The Role of Law: Frameworks for Resolving Disputes in Hospital Settings

Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Role of Law: Frameworks for Resolving Disputes in Hospital Settings, Presentation at Grand Rounds, St. Clair Hospital.

Acceding to Advance Directives and Avoiding Liability

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Acceding to Advance Directives and Avoiding Liability, Presentation at St. Clair Hospital.

Surrogate Relationships and Medical Decision Making

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Surrogate Relationships and Medical Decision Making, Presentation at UPMC Shadyside Ethics Conference.

The Role of Law: Approaches to Resolving Conflicts in Clinical Settings

Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Role of Law: Approaches to Resolving Conflicts in Clinical Settings, Presentation at Medical Grand Rounds, St. Clair Hospital.

Medical Decision Making: Capacity and Consent

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Medical Decision Making: Capacity and Consent, Presentation at UPMC Magee Women’s Hospital.

Difficulties of Advance Directives (Still)

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Difficulties of Advance Directives (Still), Presentation at Medical Grand Rounds, UPMC Passavant.

Law and Ethics: Not-So-Strange Bedfellows

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Law and Ethics: Not-So-Strange Bedfellows, Presentation to UPMC Passavant Medical Staff.

Ageless Challenges in Patient Care: Mental Capacity

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Ageless Challenges in Patient Care: Mental Capacity, Presentation at Medical Grand Rounds, St. Clair Hospital.

Mental Health Treatment: Issues Arising in Clinical Settings (Or, “The Patient Ought to be Committed – What Do We Do Now?”)

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Mental Health Treatment: Issues Arising in Clinical Settings (Or, “The Patient Ought to be Committed – What Do We Do Now?”), Presentation at Medical Grand Rounds, St. Clair Hospital.

Informed Consent – As Defined by the Courts

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Informed Consent – As Defined by the Courts, Presentation at UPMC Department of Surgery.

Maximizing Patient Safety and Minimizing Liability

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Maximizing Patient Safety and Minimizing Liability, UPMC Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Lecture on Caring for Children

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Lecture on Caring for Children, Presentation at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Second Year Class.

Affordable Care Act and Adolescents: Assessing the Challenges Ahead

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Affordable Care Act and Adolescents:  Assessing the Challenges Ahead, Consortium Ethics Program, University of Pittsburgh.

Complexities of Capacity and Surrogate Decision Making

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Complexities of Capacity and Surrogate Decision Making, Presentation at Grand Rounds Medical Staff, UPMC Passavant.

The Supreme Court and Physician Aid in Dying

Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Supreme Court and Physician Aid in Dying, Presentation at Conference on Death and Dying, Duquesne University School of Law.

Unraveling Issues in Face Transplant

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Unraveling Issues in Face Transplant, Presentation at Health Law Society, Duquesne University School of Law.

Lecture on Medical Decision Making and End-of-Life Care

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Lecture on Medical Decision Making and End-of-Life Care, Presentation at Chatham University, Physician Assistant Program.

Research Integrity Seminar, Biomedical Science and Engineering

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Research Integrity Seminar, Biomedical Science and Engineering, Presentation at Biomedical Science and Engineering, University of Pittsburgh.

Moore or Less: The Case of John Moore, Informed Consent, and Lessons for Human Tissue Research

Rhonda Gay Hartman, presentation, Moore or Less: The Case of John Moore, Informed Consent, and Lessons for Human Tissue Research.

Medical Decision Making and Surrogate Relationships

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Medical Decision Making and Surrogate Relationships, Presentation at UPMC East, Medical Grand Rounds.

Coming of Age: Challenges When Caring for Adolescents

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Coming of Age: Challenges When Caring for Adolescents, Presentation at University of Pittsburgh, Consortium Ethics Program.

The Reproductive Technologies: Prospects and Possibilities

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Guest Speaker, Introducing the film, “Frozen Angels” and Facilitating Audience Discussion, Human Rights Films Lecture Series, Abundance and Abuse, Duquesne University.

Issues in Regenerative Medicine and the Care of Injured U.S. Veterans

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Issues in Regenerative Medicine and the Care of Injured U.S. Veterans, Presentation at UPMC Plastic and Reconstructive Transplant Surgery.

Health Law Update: Old Problems and New Challenges

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Health Law Update: Old Problems and New Challenges, Presentation at Continuing Legal Education, Duquesne University School of Law.

State Constitutions and Privacy in Medical Decision Making

Rhonda Gay Hartman, State Constitutions and Privacy in Medical Decision Making, Presentation at Conference on State Constitutional Law, Temple Law School, Philadelphia.

Coming of Age: Adolescence and the Law

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Coming of Age: Adolescence and the Law, Presentation at Georgetown University Law Center.

AIDS and Adolescents

Rhonda Gay Hartman, AIDS and Adolescents, Presentation at 7th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities focused on Suffering and Justice, Washington, D.C.

Misconceptions About Minors’ Medical Decision Making

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Misconceptions About Minors’ Medical Decision Making, Presentation at Johns Hopkins University.

Adolescents’ Participation in Clinical Research

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Adolescents’ Participation in Clinical Research, Presentation at Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, Yale University.

The Challenges of Facial Transplant: Ethical and Policy Issues American Society of Plastic Surgeons

 Rhonda Gay Hartman, The Challenges of Facial Transplant: Ethical and Policy Issues American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Cleveland, Ohio.

Mapping the Legal, Ethical, and Policy Issues in Hand, Face, and Limb Transplant

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Mapping the Legal, Ethical, and Policy Issues in Hand, Face, and Limb Transplant, Presentation to Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, In conjunction with the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine of the United States Department of Defense.

Allograft Transplantation: Challenges of Complex Reconstructive Surgery, Stanford Medicine Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Allograft Transplantation: Challenges of Complex Reconstructive Surgery, Stanford Medicine Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Stanford University.

Informed Medical Decision Making, Patient Awareness and Education, Reaching Consensus in Reconstructive Transplantation, Allocation, Awareness, and Funding, International Meeting of Reconstructive Transplant Surgeons

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Informed Medical Decision Making, Patient Awareness and Education, Reaching Consensus in Reconstructive Transplantation, Allocation, Awareness, and Funding, International Meeting of Reconstructive Transplant Surgeons, presentation at Johns Hopkins University.

Caring for Children and Adolescents, Affordable Healthcare’s Next Act: Implementing National Policy from Birth to End of Life

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Caring for Children and Adolescents, Affordable Healthcare’s Next Act:  Implementing National Policy from Birth to End of Life, presentation at Hofstra University Gitenstein Institute for Health Law and Policy and Hofstra University School of Law.

Children and Public Health Law: Vaccination and Decision Making - Who Calls the Shots?

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Children and Public Health Law: Vaccination and Decision Making - Who Calls the Shots?Grand Rounds Lecture, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts.

About Face: Changing Course for Law and Policy Governing Donor Tissue for Restorative Surgery

Rhonda Gay Hartman, About Face: Changing Course for Law and Policy Governing Donor Tissue for Restorative SurgeryGrand Rounds Lecture, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts.

Transnational Conference on Children, Innovative Surgery, and Health Care

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Panel Participant, Transnational Conference on Children, Innovative Surgery, and Health Care, Universitéde Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France.

Innovative Surgery and Regulatory Oversight: Facial Transplantation

Rhonda Gay Hartman, Innovative Surgery and Regulatory Oversight: Facial Transplantation, presentation at French National Assembly; Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris-VI), Paris, France.

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