European Scholarship


Ball M. J., Costin M. Y., Lehmann C. (2008), The personal health record: consumers banking on their health, in Stud. Health Technol. Inform., 134, 35.


Bates D. W., Bitton A. (2010), The Future Of Health Information Technology In The Patient Centered Medical Home, in Health Affairs, 29, 4, 614.


Beyleveld D., Brownsword R. (2001), Human Dignity in Bioethics and Biolaw, Oxford.


Blumenthal D., Tavenner M. (2010), The “Meaningful Use” Regulation for Electronic Health Records, in New England Journal of Medicine, 363, 6, 501.


Blumenthal D. (2009), Stimulating the Adoption of Health Information Technology, in New England Journal of Medicine, 360, 15, 1477.


Buntin M. B., Burke M.F., Hoaglin M.C., Blumenthal D. (2011), The benefits of health information technology: a review of the recent literature shows predominantly positive results, in Health Affairs, 30, 3, 464.


Floridi L., Information: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford, 2010.


Floridi L. (2014), ed., Protection of Information and the Right to Privacy – A New Equilibrium?, Springer.


George C., Whitehouse D., Duquenoy P. (2012), eds., eHealth: Legal, Ethical and Governance Challenges, Springer.


Honnefelder L. (2005), Science, Law and Ethics: The Biomedicine Convention as an Ethico  –  Legal Response to Current Scientific Challenge, in J. Gevers, E. Hondius, J. Hubben (a cura di), Health Law, Human Rights and the Biomedicine Convention, Leiden, 13.


Mantovani E., Guihen B.B., Quinn P., Habbig A., De Hert P. (2013), eHealth to mHealth. A Journey Precariously Dependent upon Apps?, in European Journal of ePractice, vol.21, 48.


Mantovani E., Quinn P. (2014), mHealth and data protection – the letter and the spirit of consent legal requirements, in International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, vol. 28, n. 2, 222.


Quinn P., Habbig A., Mantovani E., De Hert P. (2013) The Data Protection and Medical Device Frameworks ? Obstacles to the Deployment of mHealth across Europe?, in European Journal of Health Law, issue 2, vol.20, 185.