Process is the point: justice and human rights: priority setting and fair deliberative process.

Abstract

Most people responsible for setting priorities in health have considerable expertise relevant to deciding how to use resources effectively and the kinds of improvements that should be emphasized. Most are also concerned with distributing improvements equitably. Accordingly, they often invoke human rights or principles of distributive justice to legitimize… (More)
DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.2007.123182

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@article{Gruskin2008ProcessIT, title={Process is the point: justice and human rights: priority setting and fair deliberative process.}, author={Sofia Gruskin and Norman Daniels}, journal={American journal of public health}, year={2008}, volume={98 9}, pages={1573-7} }