Human Rights in Healthcare

What is needed to facilitate an efficient implementation of the right to health of persons with disabilities, refugees, undocumented migrants and other people who live in situations of increased vulnerability? What is the human rights basis of end-of-life and palliative care? How can postulates of autonomy contribute to creating adequate living conditions for persons with dementia?
The purpose of this series is to provide a forum for the discussion of practical and foundational questions in the intersection of medicine and human rights.

The series is edited by Heiner Bielefeldt and Andreas Frewer.
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Human Rights in Healthcare
What is needed to facilitate an efficient implementation of the right to health of persons with disabilities, refugees, undocumented migrants and other people who live in situations of increased vulnerability? What is the human rights basis of end-of-life and palliative care? How can postulates of autonomy contribute to creating adequate living conditions for persons with dementia?
The purpose of this series is to provide a forum for the discussion of practical and foundational questions in the intersection of medicine and human rights.

The series is edited by Heiner Bielefeldt and Andreas Frewer.

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