Course Description

This course is concerned with implications of diverse theories of justice for the design and operation of health care. Topics covered may include: What might distinguish health care from other goods distributed by society? Who should have access to health care? What makes health care systems more or less fair? What are implications of social inequality for access to, and quality of, health care? How might health policy contribute to addressing problems of global injustice?

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