Ethical challenges in global public health : climate change, pollution, and the health of the poor / edited by Philip J. Landrigan and Andrea Vicini, SJ.

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Other Authors: Landrigan, Philip J. (Editor), Vicini, Andrea (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Eugene, Oregon : Pickwick Publications, [2021]
Series:Global theological ethics
Holy Cross Note:Jesuit editor.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : Global public health and the promotion of the common good / Andrea Vicini, SJ - Part 1 : Setting the context
  • Health and climate change / Walter Ricciardi and Laura Mancini
  • The vital contribution of independent, ethically grounded research to the global health agenda / Kurt Straif
  • Part 2 : The changing context of global public health
  • Challenges confronting global public health / Keith Martin
  • Pollution, climate change and global public health : social justice and the common good / Philip J. Landrigan
  • Global public health and Catholic insights : collaboration of enduring challenges / Michael D. Rozier
  • The affordable care act and pharmaceuticals : an economic perspective / Tracy L. Regan
  • Part 3 : Global public health ethics
  • Social structures and global public health ethics / Daniel J. Daly
  • Ethics and equity in global health : the preferential option for the poor / Alexandre A. Martins
  • Social justice and the common good : improving the Catholic social teaching framework / Lisa Sowle Cahill
  • Part 4 : International approaches to global public health
  • Challenges in global health, culture, and ethics in Africa / Jaquineau Azetsop, SJ
  • Public health concerns in India : a review / Stanislaus Alla, SJ
  • A European take on global public health : applying the Catholic principle of subsidiarity to global health governance / Thana Christina de Campos
  • Part 5 : Building an ethical framework for education and research in global public health
  • Inequities as an ethical imperatuve : challenges related to identification, engagement, and interventions in minority health / Nadia N. Abuelezam
  • Addressing health disparities among families : policy approaches to improve infant health / Summer Sherburne Hawkins
  • Humanitarian aid. Infectious diseases and global public health / Nils Hennig
  • Conclusion : An ethical agenda for global public health / Paul E. Farmer and Andrea Vicini, SJ