National Security and the Health of the People: Human Needs and the Allocation of Scarce Resources
Social Science and Medicine 1984; 19(4): 307-332
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National Security and the Health of the People: Human Needs and the Allocation of Scarce Resources Gellhorn, Alfred (1984)Gellhorn, a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health, delivered this paper as the opening address to the Eighth International Conference on the Social Sciences and Medicine, held in Scotland in August 1983. He ...
The Meaning of Urgency in the Allocation of Scarce Health Care Resources; a Comparison Between Renal Transplantation and Psychogeriatric Nursing Home Care Varekamp, Inge; Meiland, Franka J.M.; Hoos, Aloysia M.; Wendte, Johannes F.; de Haes, Johanna C.J.M.; Krol, Leendert J. (1998-05)In the juridical and ethical literature on patient selection criteria it is an unargued premise that those who are most urgently in need of treatment or care will be given priority. The aim of this study is to gain insight ...