Public Health Ethics: Health by the Numbers [Scope Note 35: 1998]

Abstract

Hippocrates had nothing to say about public health. Rather, the idea that a government should protect its citizens from disease by maintaining sanitary conditions has its origin in Renaissance humanities texts, and the notion that physicians have public health responsibilities emerged in the works of such Enlightenment authors as Johann Peter Frank… (More)

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@inproceedings{Darragh2013PublicHE, title={Public Health Ethics: Health by the Numbers [Scope Note 35: 1998]}, author={Martina Darragh and Pat Milmoe McCarrick}, year={2013} }