תחילת דף אינטרנט, לחץ אנטר כדי לעבור לאזור תוכן מרכזי

Lecturer Maya Peled-Raz (MPH, PhD)

Head, Division of Community Health

mpeled-ra@univ.haifa.ac.il

Phone: 0504616336

Office: Social Welfare and Health Sciences Building, room 407

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School of Public Health

Maya Peled Raz (LLB, MPH, PhD) is a senior lecturer of law and ethics and head of the Division of Community Health at the University of Haifa, School of Public Health.

She is the Chair of the Research Ethics Review Board (ERB) of the Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences at the University of Haifa, a member of the Association of University Heads (VERA) working group on "Research Ethics Review Boards (ERB's) in the Israeli academia" and a Board Member for the International Center for Health, Law and Ethics, at the University Of Haifa.

Dr. Peled Raz also serves as a clinical ethicist and the chair of the Ethics Committees at Bnei Zion Medical Center in Haifa and as the head of the ethics committee at the Galilee Medical Center in Naharia.

 Her Central areas of research and teaching include:

  • Public health law and ethics;
  • Research law and ethics;
  • Medical law;
  • Human rights in patient care;
  • Children rights and best interests in health care settings;
  • Immunization regulation;
  • Ethics committees and clinical ethics consultation;
  • Intersex rights;
  • Informed consent, assisted decision making and Proxy consent.

Articles

Siegal, M. Peled, Hospital ethics committees, Medicine and Law 17: 6-12 (1997). (Heb.)

Peled-Raz, M. Forschner, A solution right under our noses? Article 15(2) of the patients' rights bill as a proper legal tool in cases of adults inflicted with anorexia nervosa, Medicine and Law 32: 155-164 (2005). (Heb.)

Peled-Raz, M. Hakim, Human papilloma-virus vaccine: the appropriate policy for Israel, Medicine and Law 37: 55-65 (2007). (Heb.)

Peled-Raz, No more all or nothing: Abandoning the Israeli "Balance or Probability" rule in cases of vague and subjective medical causation, Medicine and Law 27(4): 743-754 (2008)

Peled-Raz, Medical screening tools and the applicability of the informed consent doctrine, Medicine and Law 41: 11-25 (2009) (Heb.)

Peled-Raz, “You’ll thank us later”: Compulsory treatment notwithstanding the patient’s informed refusal, Hapraklit 53(1): 61-105 (2014) (Heb.)

L. Rosen, M. Peled-Raz, Tobacco policy in Israel: 1948-2014 and beyond, 4(12) Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 4: 12 (2015) (15 pages), DOI 10.1186/s13584-015-0007-x

Willner, M. Peled-Raz, D. Shteinberg, M. Shteinberg, D. Keren and T. Rainis, Digital recording and documentation of endoscopic procedures: Do patients and doctors think alike?, Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology (2016), Article ID 2493470, 7 pages, (2016)  DOI 10.1155/2016/2493470

Peled-Raz, Human rights in patient care and public health - a common ground, Public Health Reviews 37:29-38 (2017) DOI 10.1186/s40985-017-0075-2

Karako-Eyal, R. Gilbar, M. Peled-Raz, The Dying Patient Act 2005 Ten Years On: Law, Ethics And Medical Practice, Tel Aviv Law Review 41, 73 pages (2018) (Heb)

Peled-Raz, #M. Perl, M.S. Green, Treatment of un-accompanied minors in primary clinics - Caregivers practice and knowledge, Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 7:29-35 (2018) DOI 10.1186/s13584-018-0217-0

Peled Raz, Y. Efron, I. Doron, G. Enosh, S. Tzafrir, Conference Report - "ERB's in the Academia: Past, Present and Future", University of Haifa, December 2017, Study of Organizations and Human Resource Quarterly 3:1 6-15 (2018) (Heb)

Peled-Raz, N. Willner, D. Shteinberg, K. Or-Chen and T. Rainis, Digital recording and documentation of endoscopic procedures: Physicians' practice and perspectives, Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 8:57-69 (2019) (~12 pages) DOI 10.1186/s13584-019-0332-6

 

Book Chapters

Maya Peled-Raz, LegitimateGovernmental Intervention in Decisions Relating to the Health of the Individual, in Health Promotion in Israel 213-231 (Baron-Epel, Daoud, Levin-Zamir eds. 2016)