ph law ethics 9.28

ph law ethics 9.28 - Public Health Law & Ethics 9/28/11...

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Gostin p. 259-263 Health and Human Rights First relationship: Impact of health policies, programs, and practices on human rights Three central functions of public health: o Assessing health needs and problems Need collection of data on problems within a population, but data are not collected on all possible health problems Collection can violate person’s security and interfere with privacy; personal health status or health behavior information can be misused either directly or by being made available to others Can also compromise right of nondiscrimination State’s failure to acknowledge health problems that preferentially affect a marginalized or stigmatized group may violate right to nondiscrimination leads to neglect of necessary services, possibly leading to lack of “security in the event of sickness or disability” or “special care and assistance” entitled to mothers and children o Developing policies designed to address priority health issues Government may refuse to inform and involve public in policy
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course PUBLIC HEA 356 taught by Professor Patrickhill during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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