Public Health - ethical issues
Sirpa Soini (Editor)
Nordic Council of Ministers, 2011 - SOCIAL SCIENCE - 168 pages
The Nordic Committee on Bioethics organised a conference in Reykjavik in August 2010 to discuss ethical issues relating to public health. The speakers of the conference have contributed to this book, which offers wide multidisciplinary perspectives on themes around Individual Freedom and Public Health, Health Responsibility and Life Style, and Social Equality and Justice.
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