Strategic COVID-19 vaccine distribution can simultaneously elevate social utility and equity
This study proposes a novel epidemic model that explicitly accounts for both demographic and mobility differences among communities and their association with heterogeneous COVID-19 risks, and calibrates it with large-scale data to find that social utility and equity can be simultaneously improved when vaccine access is prioritized for the most disadvantaged communities.
Health Inequalities Among Women in Developing Countries
- Medicine, Political ScienceLiaquat National Journal of Primary Care
The health inequalities among women in developing countries will be highlighted by analyzing the results of selected abstracts through scoping review to develop an understanding of how health services are prioritized and utilized by females in developing nations.
What Oncologists Should Know About Treating Sexual and Gender Minority Patients With Cancer
- MedicineJCO Oncology Practice
Insight is offered into the health disparities experienced by SGM individuals and strategies for improving the clinical encounter and creating a welcoming environment and the lack of collection of sexual orientation and gender identity data in the medical record.
Dimensionen gesundheitlicher Ungleichheit
- Political ScienceSpringer Reference Pflege – Therapie – Gesundheit
Obwohl das hochste erreichbare Mas an Gesundheit seit langem als Menschenrecht anerkannt ist, finden sich erhebliche Unterschiede in der Gesundheit zwischen Bevolkerungsgruppen. Gesundheitliche…
Developing emergency care systems: a human rights-based approach
- Political Science, MedicineBulletin of the World Health Organization
This article proposes the use of a rights-based framework for the fulfilment of core obligations of the right to health and the progressive realization of emergency care in all countries.
Right to Health with Emphasis on Children, Women and Disabilities: A Literature Review
- Political Science
The right to health is the economic, social, and cultural right to a universal minimum standard of health to which all individuals are entitled.
Improving HIV/AIDS Drugs Access: A Genealogy of the Human Right to Health from Below
- Political ScienceHuman Rights as Battlefields
This chapter underlines how the language and practice of human rights have been used to produce, translate, modify, and/or contest the reality of the human right to health. To do so, we use HIV/AIDS,…
SPATIAL ACCESSIBILITY OF PRIMARY HEALTHCARE IN RURAL POPULATION: A REVIEW
- Medicine, Political ScienceInternational Journal of Public Health and Clinical Sciences
This manuscript aims to identify spatial accessibility assessments methods used in the primary healthcare accessibility studies within rural population setting and integration with its determinants.
Ethics and Occupational Health in the Contemporary World of Work
- MedicineInternational journal of environmental research and public health
This article revised the existing literature on the ethical conflict in occupational health in order to identifying drivers and barriers for correct professional ethics.
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Powerful, moving, simple and forceful, the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights speaks to us all -- about our ideals, about hope, about the sort of world we want to create and live in. Bought…