Category : Public Health
Rather than making another attempt at proposing a single and unifying theory of global health justice, this timely collection brings together, instead, scholars from a range of traditions to frame the issue more broadly, highlighting not only different perspectives but also key topics and debates.
The volume features chapters that offer both new theoretical approaches to global health justice, as well as fresh takes on existing frameworks. Others adopt a bottom-up approach to tackle specific problems, including the sexual rights of children and adolescents, artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine, framing of neglected tropical diseases, securitization of health, and trademarks in global health. Brought together within one volume, the breadth of these chapters provides a unique and enlightening contribution to the wider Global Health field.
This important volume will be a fascinating read for students and researchers across Global Health, Bioethics, Political Philosophy, and Global Development.
- Publisher: Taylor and Francis; October 24, 2023
- Language: English
- ISBN: 9781032508450
- ISBN: 9781000969078