An Overview of Ethical Frameworks in Public Health: Can They Be Supportive in the Evaluation of Programs to Prevent Overweight?
ten Have, Marieke
de Beaufort, Inez D
Mackenbach, Johan P
van der Heide, Agnes
BMC public health 2010 October 22; 10: 638
The prevention of overweight sometimes raises complex ethical questions. Ethical public health frameworks may be helpful in evaluating programs or policy for overweight prevention. We give an overview of the purpose, form and contents of such public health frameworks and investigate to which extent they are useful for evaluating programs to prevent overweight and/or obesity.
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