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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Blog Action Day 2013: Human Rights - Health and Disability

HUMANistic -------- RIGHTS

Reflecting on Human Rights with Hodges' model
Educating health professionals about disability: A review of interventions
Tom Shakespeare and Ira Kleine suggest health professionals need a better understanding of the health needs and human rights of disabled people. Read the first comprehensive review of educational interventions. (HEA)
Physical (and cognitive) access to info:

Governments are legally obliged to ensure adequate access to health information
The Lancet Global Health, Volume 1, Issue 3, Pages e129 - e130, September 2013
-ismsDear All, I would like to congratulate the initiative HIFA-Watch about access to health information as universal human right and use this opportunity to share with you an excellent illustration, presentation by video on the Declaration of Human Right, source of inspiration for all. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9chQdZw7Bc
And I use also this opportunity to share with you the Medicus Mundis International discussion paper published today which compares key elements of the concept of Universal Health Coverage as promoted by the World Health Organization http://www.medicusmundi.org/en/contributions/news/2013/mmi-uhc-discussion-paper/uhc-mmi-discussion-paper-august-2013.pdf
With my warmest regards.
World Health Organization, Knowledge Management and Sharing
group - population

Additional links:
Law in Action BBC Radio 4 (see - Interview with Attorney General Dominic Grieve 15 Oct 2013 download available for 28 days)

Conference: Human Rights in Scotland: understanding the challenges and embracing the opportunities 2014

Health and Human Rights: journal


Political domain: links

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