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Public Health and Public Hysteria. 1911
A Pandemic of Hindsight?
Contágio - contribuição para a epistemologia e a ética da saúde pública
European Medical thought on epidemics - ranging from the opposition clean/dirty, pollution, malaria, pestilential seeds to 19th century microbiology - has always been ruled by figures such as the miasma, the repulsive, the ...
Biotechnology Regulation: Is Policy Transfer an Appropriate Answer?
In the world of biotechnology regulation, one often encounters the suggestion that the legislation of other countries should be consulted. Known as "policy transfer" in the field of public policy analysis, the purpose of ...
Pre-Pandemic Planning Survey of Healthcare Workers at a Tertiary Care Children's Hospital: Ethical and Workforce Issues
Prior to the development of written policies and procedures for pandemic influenza, worker perceptions of ethical and workforce issues must be identified.
The Metamorphosis of Managed Care: Implications for Health Reform Internationally
The conventional wisdom is that managed care's brief life is over and we are now in a post-managed care era. In fact, managed care has a long history and continues to thrive. Writers also often assume that managed care is ...
Spotlight on Health and Human Rights