Health, Rights and Globalisation

Health, Rights and Globalisation

by Belinda Bennett

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ISBN-13: 9781351931243
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/02/2017
Series: International Library of Medicine, Ethics and Law
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 424
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Belinda Bennett is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney, Australia.

Table of Contents

Contents: Series preface: Introduction. Part I Globalisation and Public Health: Globalisation and the challenges to health systems, Julio Frenk and Octavio Gómez-Dantés; The globalization of public health, I: threats and opportunities, Derek Yach and Douglas Bettcher; The globalization of public health, II: the convergence of self-interests and altruism, Derek Yach and Douglas Bettcher; The changing global context of public health, A.J. McMichael and R. Beaglehole; A globalized theory of public health law, David P. Fidler; Making abortions safe: a matter of good public health policy and practice, Marge Berer; The injustice of unsafe motherhood, Rebecca J. Cook and Bernard M. Dickens; Through a glass, darkly: data and uncertainty in the AIDS debate, Alan Whiteside, Tony Barnett, Gavin George and Anton van Niekerk; South Africa's transition in a globalizing world: HIV/AIDS as a window and a mirror, Solomon R, Benatar; Affordable access to essential medication in developing countries: conflicts between ethical and economic imperatives, Udo Schüklenk and Richard E. Ashcroft; Ethical and legal challenges posed by severe acute respiratory syndrome: implications for the control of severe infectious disease threats, Lawrence O. Gostin, Ronald Bayer and Amy L. Fairchild. Part II Globalisation and Bioethics: Ethical relativism in a multicultural society, Ruth Macklin; A theory of international bioethics: multiculturalism, postmodernism and the bankruptcy of fundamentalism, Robert Baker; Global health ethics : the rationale for mutual caring, Solomon R. Benatar, Abdallah S. Daar and Peter A. Singer; Accounting for culture in a globalized bioethics, Patricia Marshall and Barbara Koenig; New malaise: bioethics and human rights in the global era, Paul Farmer and Nicole Gastineau Campos; From human wrongs to universal rights: communitarian and feminist challenges for the promotion of women's health in the Third World, Sirkku Kristiina Hellsten. Part III Globalisation and Biotechnology: Globalization and biotechnology: UNESCO and an international strategy to advance human rights and public health, Allyn L. Taylor; The distribution of biomedical research resources and international justice, David B. Resnik; Global health and the scientific research agenda, James H. Flory and Philip Kitcher; Legal harmonization and reproductive tourism in Europe, Guido Penninngs; Name index.

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