Public Health Ethics
Can ethical principles and policies that serve as the bases for public health laws mutually and simultaneously co-exist? Please discuss. 1 page, 3 cited sources from required reading.
Wing, K. R., & Gilbert, B. (2007). The law and the public’s health. Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press.
Ethical Theories and Principles. (2011).
Baum, N., Gollust, S., Goold, S., & Jacobson, P. (2007). Looking ahead: Addressing ethical challenges in public health practice:1. The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 35(4), 657-667.
Burris, S., Wagenaar, A. C., Swanson, J., Ibrahim, J. K., Wood, J., & Mello, M. M. (2010). Making the case for laws that improve health: A framework for public health law research. The Milbank Quarterly 88(2) 169â€“210.
Cassatly, M. G. (2012). The four critical drivers of healthcare reform. The Journal of Medical Practice Management: MPM, 28(3), 162-3.
Clemans-Cope, L., Kenney, G. M., Buettgens, M., Carroll, C., & Blavin, F. (2012). The Affordable Care Act’s coverage expansions will reduce differences in uninsurance rates by race and ethnicity. Health Affairs, 31(5), 920-30.
Selgelid, M. J. (2009). A moderate pluralist approach to public health policy and ethics. Public Health Ethics, 2(2), 195-205. Available via EBSCO.
Assignment: Can ethical principles and policies that serve as the bases for public health laws mutually and simultaneously co-exist?