Health and human rights journal.Material type: Continuing resourceSeries: . 1 June 2018 ; 20Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press : 2018Description: online resourceContent type:
Issue 20.1 features two special sections: Special Section on Neglected Tropical Diseases and Human Rights, and Special Section on Judicial Enforcement of Health Rights: Focus on Latin America
FOREWORD Embodying Law and Embedding Public Health with the Voices of Those Affected: Ending NTDs by 2030 / Alice Cruz -- EDITORIAL “Equipping Practitioners”: Linking Neglected Tropical Diseases and Human Rights / Joseph J. Amon and David G. Addiss -- Addressing Inequity: Neglected Tropical Diseases and Human Rights / Nina Sun and Joseph J. Amon -- Emotional Difficulties and Experiences of Stigma among Persons with Lymphatic Filariasis in Plateau State, Nigeria / Jibril Abdulmalik, Emeka Nwefoh, James Obindo, Samuel Dakwak, Motunrayo Ayobola, John Umaru, Elisha Samuel, Christopher Ogoshi, and Julian Eaton/ -- Building Trust through Lymphatic Filariasis Elimination: A Platform to Address Social Exclusion and Human Rights in the Dominican Republic / Hunter Keys, Manuel Gonzales, Madsen Beau De Rochars, Stephen Blount, and Gregory S. Noland -- A Human Right to Shoes? Establishing Rights and Duties in the Prevention and Treatment of Podoconiosis / Arianne Shahvisi, Enguday Meskele, and Gail Davey -- EDITORIAL Health in the Courts of Latin America / Octávio Luiz Motta Ferraz -- Revisiting Health Rights Litigation and Access to Medications in Costa Rica: Preliminary Evidence from the Cochrane Collaboration Reform / Olman Rodríguez Loaiza, Sigrid Morales, Ole Frithjof Norheim, and Bruce M. Wilson -- How the Uruguayan Judiciary Shapes Access to High-Priced Medicines: A Critique through the Right to Health Lens / Lucía Berro Pizzarossa, Katrina Perehudoff, and José Castela Forte -- Can Judges Ration with Compassion? A Priority-Setting Rights Matrix / Christopher Newdick -- Evolving the Right to Health: Rethinking the Normative Response to Problems of Judicialization / Keith Syrett -- Realizing the Fundamental Right to Health through Litigation: The Colombian Case / Aquiles Ignacio Arrieta-Gómez -- Individual Health Care Litigation in Brazil Through a Different Lens: Strengthening Health Technology Assessment and New Models of Health Care Governance / Danielle da Costa Leite Borges -- Expanding the Debate: Citizen Participation for the Implementation of the Right to Health in Brazil / Regiane Garcia -- Challenges in Priority Setting from a Legal Perspective in Brazil, Costa Rica, Chile, and Mexico / Sofía Charvel, Fernanda Cobo, Silvana Larrea, and Juliana Baglietto -- Access to Justice in Health Matters: An Analysis Based on the Monitoring Mechanisms of the Inter-American System / Laura Pautassi -- A Comparison of Health Achievements in Rwanda and Burundi / Hari S. Iyer, Adanna Chukwuma, Jean Claude Mugunga, Anatole Manzi, Melino Ndayizigiye, and Sudhir Anand -- Health, Human Rights, and the Transformation of Punishment: South African Litigation to address HIV and Tuberculosis in Prisons / Emily Nagisa Keehn and Ariane Nevin -- Political Priority for Abortion Law Reform in Malawi: Transnational and National Influences / Judith Daire, Maren O. Kloster, and Katerini T. Storing -- Access to Medicines in Times of Conflict: Overlapping Compliance and Accountability Frameworks for Syria / Brianne McGonigle Leyh and Marie Elske Gispen -- Missing: Where Are the Migrants in Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Plans? / Kolitha Wickramage, Lawrence O. Gostin, Eric Friedman, Phusit Prakongsai, Rapeepong Suphanchaimat, Charles Hui, Patrick Duigan, Eliana Barragan, and David Harper -- Case Study: Degree of Integration of Disability Rights Into Allied Health Professional Education / Claire Bowley, Ann-Mason Furmage, Kanchan Marcus, and Stephanie D. Short -- Inequitable Physical Illness and Premature Mortality for People with Severe Mental Illness in Australia: A Social Analysis / Melanie Edmunds -- Cultural Rights and First Nations Health Care in Canada / Stephen Wilmot -- Adolescent Rights and the “First 1,000 days” Global Nutrition Movement: A View from Guatemala / David Flood, Anita Chary, Alejandra Colom, and Peter Rohloff.