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Conference VideosCondition Critical: Health Care, Marketising Reforms and the Media
Held at Coventry University between June 17-20 2009
The international conference, organised by the International Associationof Health Policy in Europe and hosted by Coventry University, focused on "Health care, marketisation and the media". It was attended by delegations from 15 countries and heard 38 papers.
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An Assessment and a Critique
Jean-Pierre Unger, Pierre De Paepe, Giorgio Solimano Cantuarias, Oscar Arteaga Herrera
The authors are arguing that the negative impact of neoliberal health policy on disease control and health care in low and middleincome countries justifies an alternative aid policy to improve both disease control and health care.
The authors propose social-and-democrat health policy calls for networking, lobbying and training as a joint
effort in which committed health professionals can lead the way
Universal Health Care Systems (UHCS) on the Periphery of Capitalism
Hans-Ulrich Deppe, MD
Professor for Medical Sociology and Social Medicine
years ago your Editorial staff and International Advisory Board took
the courageous and correct step to criticise the practices of your
parent company, Reed Elsevier, in the hosting of arms
The arms trade industry as it stands has little good to say for itself. It encourages transgressions of the various Geneva Conventions on the conduct of war, wastes public money, catalyses confl ict and war, institutionalises corruption, glorifi es violence, sustains oppressive and genocidal regimes, and excuses the conduct of torture.
Neoliberal economic and labor market policy, stagnating working income
and continuing mass unemployment have withered the extent of employment
paying into social security.. the next financing crisis of health
insurance is pre-programmed.
Health Reform: Turning away from the Solidarity Principle
by Hans-Ulrich Deppe
¿QUÉ ESTÁ OCURRIENDO EN
LA ORGANIZACIÓN MUNDIAL DE LA SALUD?*
La próxima elección del director general de la OMS
Catedrático de Políticas Públicas y Gestión Sanitaria, Escuela de Salud Pública en la Universidad John Hopkins; Director del Programa en Políticas Públicas y Sociales en la Universidad Pompeu Fabra-John Hopkins; Fundador y pasado Presidente de la Asociación Internacional de Políticas de Salud; y Editor jefe del Internacional Journal of Health Services
Rewriting the regulations: how the World Trade Organisation could accelerate privatisation in health-care systems
Lancet 2000; 356: 1995-2000
Health Policy and Health Services Research Unit, School of Public Policy, University College London, London WC1H 9EZ, UK
Correspondence to: Prof Allyson M Pollock
Allyson M Pollock, David Price