Public Health Ethics

Description :

The core of public health ethics issues the ethical justification of policies, programs, and also the law to shield and promote public health. Because public health encompasses broad social programs and public policies, such as the provision of clean fluoridated water and bans on public smoking, questions regarding the justification of paternalistic interventions, honest distribution of health, and responsibility for health are distinguished. Discrete patient care interventions (e.g., vaccinations) conjointly contribute to public health, and tough moral queries will arise for health care practitioners.

• Resource Allocation & Priority Setting
• Disease Prevention & Control
• Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
• Environmental & Occupational Public Health
• Vulnerability and Marginalized Populations
• International Collaboration for Global Public Health
• Public Health Research

Related: Public Health Ethics Conferences | Public Health Ethics Conferences 2020 | Public Health Ethics Meetings | Public Health Ethics Meetings 2020 | Public Health Ethics Congress | Public Health Ethics Congress 2020 | Public Health Ethics Events | Public Health Ethics Events 2020

Related Associations:

World Health Organization, American Public Health Association, European Public Health Association, The French Public Health Agency, World Federation of Public Health Associations, The Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region, The Belgian Association of Public Health, International Epidemiological Association