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Europe's Health Divide
The Emerging Field of Public Health Ethics
How Should Health Be Defined?
Process Is the Point: Justice and Human Rights: Priority Setting and Fair Deliberative Process
Most people responsible for setting priorities in health have considerable expertise relevant to deciding how to use resources effectively and the kinds of improvements that should be emphasized. Most are also concerned ...
From Compulsory to Voluntary Immunisation: Italy's National Vaccination Plan (2005-7) and the Ethical and Organisational Challenges Facing Public Health Policy-Makers Across Europe
Increasing geographical mobility and international travel augment the ease and speed by which infectious diseases can spread across large distances. It is therefore incumbent upon each state to ensure that immunisation ...
Health Is a Human Right, Right?
Ethical Issues of Transplant Coordinators in Japan and the UK
Ethical problems surrounding organ donation have been discussed since before technologies supported the procedure. In addition to issues on a societal level (e.g. brainstem death, resource allocation), ethical concerns ...