6 edition of Global Health and Governance found in the catalog.
March 4, 2004
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||Nana Poku (Editor), Alan Whiteside (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||210|
This book unravels the complexity and confusion surrounding global health governance. It provides a comprehensive look at conceptions of global health governance, old and new actors, the public and private, themes and approaches and emerging trends. In Africa and Global Health Governance, Amy S. Patterson focuses on AIDS, the – Ebola outbreak, and non-communicable diseases to demonstrate why and how African states accept, challenge, or remain ambivalent toward global health policies, structures, and : Amy S. Patterson.
Cite as: Michael Riegner, “Global information governance in pandemic times. In the geopolitics of global health information, international institutional law is more important than ever”, Völkerrechtsblog, 10 April , doi: / Providing a concise and informative introduction to how global health is governed, this book: Explores the various ways in which we understand global health governance; Explains the "nuts and bolts" of the traditional institutions of global health governance, highlights key frameworks and treaties and their relative successes and failingsCited by: This book provides a comprehensive description and ethical analysis of one of the most challenging areas: international health research. Furthermore, it provides a vivid portrait of the current situation of global governance for health research and its main challenges and suggests a comprehensive and universal ethical framework based on the existing theories and : Springer International Publishing.
In Global Health Governance in International Society, Jeremy Youde reflects on the challenges facing global health governance and the future of international society. While this is a theoretically engaging and empirically informed study, Ioannis Papagaryfallou questions the solidarist approach of the English School of international theory within the text. PLANNING COMMITTEE ON GLOBAL HEALTH RISK FRAMEWORK: A WORKSHOP ON GOVERNANCE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH 1. LAWRENCE GOSTIN, Professor of Global Health Law, Georgetown University DAVID HEYMANN, Chairman, Public Health England JAMES M. HUGHES, Professor of Medicine and Public Health, Emory University LONNIE J. KING, Dean, College of . Eminent scholars investigate the sharp contrast between the acute and multi-dimensional scale of the challenges to global health governance and the contradictory and ineffective responses to them. They draw on a wide range of disciplines to uncover the critical political economy dynamics in the contemporary governance of global health.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedThe Ebb and Pdf of Global Governance book is a gold mine of empirical observations and intriguing ideas; unlike its subject matter, this book flows without ebbing.' Duncan Snidal - University of Oxford 'The Ebb and Flow of Global Governance is enlightening and timely at the same time.Global health governance, by Jeremy Youde, Cambridge, Polity Press,pp., US$ (paperback), ISBN Is effective global health governance possible?Author: Hans Peter Schmitz.The past few decades have seen a massive increase ebook the number of international ebook focusing on global health.
Campaigns to eradicate or stem the spread of AIDS, SARS, malaria, and Ebola attest to the increasing importance of globally-oriented health organizations. These organizations may be national, regional, international, or even non-state organizations-like Medicins Sans.