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University pays millions to researchers who sued over sexual-harassment allegations.


Who Pays in Medicare Part D? Giving Plans More Skin in the Game.

Corrigendum: A Worm's World: Ecological Flexibility Pays Off for Free-Living Nematodes in Sediments and Soils.

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Nobel Prize 2019 pays tribute to translational physiology on oxygen sensing.

Human rights and nursing codes of ethics in Canada 1953-2017.

Human rights are foundational to the health and well-being of all individuals and have remained a central tenet of nursing's ethical framework throughout history. The purpose of this study is to explore continuity and changes to human rights in nursing codes of ethics in the Canadian context. This study examines nursing codes of ethics between the years 1953 and 2017, which spans the very first code in Canada to the most recently adopted. The historical method is used to compare and contrast human rights la...

Support for Gay and Lesbian Rights Among Students of Helping Professions in Crete, Greece: A Comparison between Social Work and Psychology Students.

This study explores the level of support for gay and lesbian rights among social work and psychology undergraduate students (N = 870). While students were generally supportive of gay and lesbian rights, 43% believed that social workers and psychologists should support gay and lesbian rights only 'when lesbians and gay men do not offend or upset others', while 31.3% agreed that these rights should be supported 'as long as they don't contradict the prevalent religion and values of the society they live in'....

Ending the abuse: the human rights implications of obstetric violence and the promise of rights-based policy to realise respectful maternity care.

Responsiveness and the Role of Rights in Medical Law: Lessons From Montgomery†.

Over time, medical law has moved away from paternalism in favour of an approach grounded in patients' rights. Using Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board (2015) as a case study, we offer a deeper analysis of this emerging approach. We argue that patients' rights should be evaluated in terms of their contribution to making medical law more socially responsive, by developing it to give effect to social needs and aspirations pertaining to health care. Although rights can play an important role in achieving soc...

Unmet health-care needs and human rights-A qualitative analysis of patients' complaints in light of the right to health and health care.

This study focuses on patient complaints from a human rights perspective. Despite the UN Convention on Human Rights being widely recognized, it has not previously been examined in relation to patients' complaints on health care. A human rights perspective and the right to the highest attainable standard of health are a major sustainability challenge in health care today. Previous research points to patients' complaints as a growing concern for health-care organizations, and the handling of this concern can ...

The Fight Against HIV Is a Fight for Human Rights: A Personal Reflection.

The fight against HIV started and continues to be a fight for human rights. AIDS was observed first in the United States in marginalized and stigmatized populations such as men who have sex with men, injection drug users, and commercial sex workers. Next were the observations of generalized epidemics in sub-Saharan Africa, a continent crippled by the legacy of colonialism. AIDS appeared in post-World War II, which witnessed independence of the former European colonies and the creation of the United Nations....

Preventable hysterectomies in Malawi: Addressing challenges in the healthcare system.

Malawi has the obligation to respect, protect and fulfill women's right to the highest attainable standard of reproductive health. Malawi duly signed and ratified human rights treaties including the International Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR), the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (Maputo Protocol). The obligation to fulfill this ri...

A human rights-based approach improves the mental health care for migrants.

The increasing number of displaced persons and the high proportion of refugees with traumatic background and psychiatric symptoms affect the mental health care offered. Sweden has been criticized by the United Nations for the unsatisfactory fulfilment of the right to health for migrants. This article on human rights in mental health care practice, with a focus on migrants, describes the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health and what this right implies for ...

Intersex care in the United States and international standards of human rights.

Deeply rooted on human rights principles, there is a growing international agreement to prohibit non-consensual medical interventions to intersex persons. In contrast, medical protocols for intersex care in the United States are guided by clinical wisdom and guidelines that are not legally binding. But as the medical profession is called to respect and to champion the right to health within human rights principles, expert opinion in the United States has become unsettled when confronted with current standar...

Do health reception policies in the Nordic region recognize the rights of asylum-seeking and resettled refugee children?

According to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, it is critical that refugee children's rights are upheld in all national policies covering vulnerable children. This article examines how health policies in the Nordic region recognize the health needs of newly arrived refugee children, and whether these policies respect their individual rights. The article maps out, compares and contrasts health reception policies in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, paying particular attention to how...

Building a Collaborative Approach to Policing in an Age of Disability Human Rights Law.

The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (the CRPD) is the most important human rights treaty for persons with disabilities, as it requires all States Parties to remove obstacles within society so that persons with disabilities can participate fully as equal citizens. To date, the CRPD has influenced significant reforms worldwide, especially in the areas of legal capacity, personal decision-making, and independent living arrangements. However, there remains considerable potential to appl...

On beginning with justice: Bioethics, advocacy and the rights of asylum seekers.

The situation around the seeking of refuge, both in Australia and abroad, has become a core human rights issue of our time, engendering protest and activism from the public, researchers, healthcare professionals and academics. The question remains: do bioethicists have duties to advocate on behalf of such populations, and if so, why? I argue that if our work is founded upon the principle of justice, then we do have such duties, and that our research, in itself, can become a form of advocacy.

Ethical assessment of the EU health policy under the Directive 2011∕24∕EU: approaching patients' rights and cross-border healthcare.

The purpose of the present article is to discuss the ethical challenges of the European Union (EU) health legislation framing the patients' rights and the cross-border healthcare (CBHC).

Reaching for the Cure: Texas Medicaid Doesn't Cover Hepatitis C Drugs Until Patients Are Seriously Ill.

Infectious disease specialist Ogechika Alozie, MD, has a ready-made solution for patients diagnosed with hepatitis C now that five medications can rid patients of this deadly disease. But for Texas Medicaid patients, there's a catch. The program does not pay for the cure based just on a diagnosis. Instead, Medicaid pays only after a blood test, biopsy, or sonogram shows the liver is so badly damaged that it's on the verge of cirrhosis. At that point, patients who get the medication will be cured of their he...

The DNA of a Testing Scam.

Federal agents raided a number of genetic testing laboratories in September 2019, resulting in 35 people being charged with fraudulent genetic testing associated with an estimated $2.1 billion in losses to federal healthcare insurance programs. The scams work in several ways. In some cases, an older adult is contacted by a customer service representative of the testing laboratory and told that Medicare pays for the genetic testing ordered, based on a simple cheek swab sample. This occurs when representative...

Budgetary-financial erosion of social rights in the Constitution of 1988.

Throughout the three decades of the Federal Constitution, normative and fiscal redesigns were introduced by the Union in the guarantees of solidary federative organization and of social rights costing, under the pretext of safeguarding the intertemporal sustainability of the Brazilian public debt. In order to equalize the tension between economic stability and the effectiveness of social rights and their repercussion for the indebtedness process, the health and education minimum spending and the social secu...

Children's participation: A new role for children in the field of child maltreatment.

The common image of children as vulnerable and needing protection has been destabilized over the past decades. The ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children (CRC) has promoted the concepts of children's rights and of children as active citizens who can make decisions about their best interests. Although the CRC encompasses the three P's approach: participation, protection and provision, questions remain as to the interactions of these rights, especially how they can supplement ...

Do combination HIV prevention programmes result in increased empowerment, inclusion and agency to demand equal rights for marginalised populations in low-income and middle-income countries? A systematic review.

This systematic review aims to determine if combination HIV prevention programmes include outcome measures for empowerment, inclusion and agency to demand equal rights and measure the relationship between empowerment and HIV prevention outcomes.

Reassessing mental illness stigma in mental health care: Competing stigmas and risk containment.

Research on mental illness stigma tends to focus on the most severe diagnoses and settings, and it pays insufficient attention to how the treatment process itself relates to stigma. This study, calling on 28 interviews with providers treating a wide range of mental problems in varied settings, addresses these issues. Findings reveal that stigma is associated with treatment across settings and severity, although dynamics vary based on the intensity of setting. Mental illness stigma competes with other stigma...

Abortion rights involve three parties, not two.

Proposing a Bill of Rights for Patients With Cancer.


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