Health and human rights journal.Material type: Continuing resourceSeries: . 1 June 2019 ; 21Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press : 2019Description: online resourceContent type:
Issue 21.1 features: Special Section on Global Health Fieldwork Ethics and Human Rights, Special Section on Invoking Health and Human Rights in the United States, General Papers
EDITORIAL Global Health Fieldwork Ethics: Mapping the Challenges / Rachel Hall-Clifford, David G. Addiss, Robert Cook-Deegan, and James V. Lavery -- Ethically Managing Risks in Global Health Fieldwork: Human Rights Ideals Confront Real World Challenges / Rachel Hall-Clifford and Robert Cook-Deegan -- Apology and Unintended Harm in Global Health / David G. Addiss and Joseph J. Amon -- An Assessment of Human Rights-Based Approaches to Health Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Among Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Locally Employed Staff / Izraelle McKinnon, Aun Lor, and Dabney P. Evans -- COMMENTARY Institutionalizing Ethical Review in Global Health Practice: A Modest Proposal / David Ross -- Ethics of Global Health Photography: A Focus on Being More Human / Aubrey Graham, James V. Lavery, and Robert Cook-Deegan -- Results Communication in Breast Milk Biomonitoring Studies: A Scoping Review and Stakeholder Consultation / Alyssa Mari Thurston, Federico Andrade-Rivas, and Jerry M. Spiegel -- Ethical Considerations for Disseminating Research Findings on Gender-Based Violence, Armed Conflict, and Mental Health: A Case Study from Rural Uganda / Jennifer J. Mootz, Lauren Taylor, Milton L. Wainberg, and Kaveh Khoshnood -- Documenting the Impact of Conflict on Women Living in Internally Displaced Persons Camps in Sri Lanka: Some Ethical Considerations / Shana Swiss, Peggy J. Jennings, K. G. K. Weerarathne, and Lori Heise -- Witnessing Obstetric Violence during Fieldwork: Notes from Latin America / Arachu Castro -- The Lived Experience of Global Public Health Practice: A Phenomenological Account of Women Graduate Students / Corey McAuliffe, Ross Upshur, Daniel W. Sellen, and Erica Di Ruggiero -- COMMENTARY Where There Is No Hashtag: Considering Gender-Based Violence in Global Health Fieldwork in the Time of #MeToo / Rachel Hall-Clifford -- COMMENTARY #MeToo Meets Global Health: A Call to Action / A statement by participants of the global health fieldwork ethics workshop, April 2018 -- STUDENT PAPER Ethical Challenges in Medical Community Internships: Perspectives from Medical Interns in the Philippines / Aimee Lorraine C. Capinpuyan and Red Thaddeus D. Miguel -- STUDENT PAPER Addressing Ethical Quandaries in Undergraduate Student-Led Global Health Trips: Design, Implementation, and Challenges of Guidelines by Students for Students / Jacob Roble, Laura Block, Mason Flannagan, Eric Obscherning, and Lori Diprete Brown -- INTRODUCTION Invoking Health and Human Rights in the United States: Museums, Classrooms, and Community-Based Participatory Research / Sarah S. Willen -- Health Is a Human Right—at CDC? / Sarah S. Willen -- Mobilizing Health Metrics for the Human Right to Water in Flint and Detroit, Michigan / Nadia Gaber -- Teaching Health as a Human Right in the Undergraduate Context: Challenges and Opportunities / Bisan A. Salhi and Peter J. Brown -- Tomorrow’s Stewards: The Case for a Unified International Framework on the Environmental Rights of Children / Karen E. Makuch, Sunya Zaman, and Miriam R. Aczel -- Asylum Medicine: Standard and Best Practices / Hope Ferdowsian, Katherine McKenzie, and Amy Zeidan -- The Role of Gender in the Health and Human Rights Practices of Police: The SHIELD Study in Tijuana, Mexico / Teresita Rocha-Jiménez, Maria Luisa Mittal, Irina Artamonova, Pieter Baker, Javier Cepeda, Mario Morales, Daniela Abramovitz, Erika Clairgue, Arnulfo Bañuelos, Thomas Patterson, Steffanie Strathdee, and Leo Beletsky -- The Impact of the Presidential Alternative Treatment Program on People Living with HIV and the Gambian HIV Response / Sarah L. Bosha, Michelle Adeniyi, Jenna Ivan, Roya Ghiaseddin, Fabakary Minteh, Lamin F. Barrow, and Rex Kuye -- Two Row Wampum, Human Rights, and the Elimination of Tuberculosis from High-Incidence Indigenous Communities / Richard Long, Courtney Heffernan, Melissa Cardinal-Grant, Amber Lynn, Lori Sparling, Dorilda Piche, Mara Nokohoo, and Diane Janvier -- RESEARCH PROTOCOL Assessing a Human Rights-Based Approach to HIV in Kenya / Neiloy R. Sircar, Tabitha G. Saoyo, and Allan A. Maleche -- BOOK REVIEW Assessing Human Rights in Global Health Governance / Julie Hannah -- BOOK REVIEW Being Bold about Rights in a Neoliberal World / Audrey Chapman.