Public health ethics: towards a research agenda

@inproceedings{Thompson2003PublicHE,
  title={Public health ethics: towards a research agenda},
  author={Alison Thompson and Ann Robertson and Ross E. G. Upshur},
  year={2003}
}
Public health ethics, as distinct from clinical/medical bioethics, is an emerging field of study in academic settings. As part of a larger effort to address what the conceptual and content boundaries of this field are, or ought to be, a group at the University of Toronto hosted an international working symposium to discuss and outline a research agenda for public health ethics. The symposium, which took place in May 2002, was organized into four major areas of ethical concern central to public… CONTINUE READING

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