Resource allocation and the beginning of life.

  • Belinda Bennett
  • Published 1993 in The Journal of contemporary health law and policy


Like many other countries, Australia is increasingly being forced to face the spiralling costs of health care. Population increases, an aging population, and the high cost of many items of modern medical equipment and of medical care generally, have all contributed to the pressure on health care resources. Within this climate of resource scarcity, more and… (More)