Geriatric Care and Distributive Justice: Problems and Prospects
Gill, Derek G.
Ingman, Stanley R.
Social Science and Medicine. 1986; 23(12): 1205-1215.
This paper introduces a series of 16 essays on cross-national perspectives in geriatric care and distributive justice. Gill and Ingman first provide an overview of the "broad parameters under which distributive justice decisions have been and are being taken in the American medical care system," with special reference to John Rawls'
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Gill, Derek G.; Ingman, Stanley R. (1986)
Health Care Provision and Distributive Justice: End Stage Renal Disease and the Elderly in Britain and America Gill, Derek G.; Ingman, Stanley R.; Campbell, James (1991)Considerations of distributive justice impacting upon the provision of geriatric care and the treatment of patients with end stage renal disease (ESRD) are compared and contrasted between the U.S. and the U.K. Comparisons are ...
Health Care Provision and Distributive Justice: End Stage Renal Disease and the Elderly in Britain and America Gill, Derek G.; Ingman, Stanley R.; and Campbell, James (1991)