Shared Health Governance
Jennifer Prah Ruger -
American Journal of Bioethics, July, Volume 11, Number 7, 2011
“….Health and Social Justice (Ruger 2009a) developed the “health capability paradigm,” a conception of justice and health in domestic societies.
This idea undergirds an alternative framework of social cooperation called “shared health governance” (SHG). SHG puts forth a set of moral responsibilities, motivational aspirations, and institutional arrangements, and apportions roles for implementation in striving for health justice.
This article develops further the shared health governance SHG framework and explains its importance and implications …”
“……….It is a daunting challenge to allocate responsibility, resources, and sovereignty to create conditions where all have the ability to be healthy. Some will object to shared health governance SHG on the account that its conditions are too onerous and arguably implausible. Despite objections, shared health governance offers a promising new way forward….”
Table of Contents: American Journal of Bioethics 2011; 11(7)
Shared Health Governance
by Jennifer Prah Ruger AJOB 2011; 11(7):32-45
Open Peer Commentary
Health Governance Utopia
by Greg Bognar AJOB 2011; 11(7):46 FULL TEXT
Shared Health Governance and the Problem of Stability
by Andrew Courtwright AJOB 2011; 11(7):47 FULL TEXT
Internalized Public Moral Norms and Shared Sovereignty
by Yashar Saghai AJOB 2011; 11(7):49 FULL TEXT
Developing a Healthy State of
by Sam Berger AJOB 2011; 11(7):51 FULL TEXT
Responsibility and Foundational Material COnditions
by Christopher A. Riddle AJOB 2011; 11(7):53 FULL TEXT
Monitoring Shared Health Governance
by Dale Murray AJOB 2011; 11(7):55 FULL TEXT
Shared Health Governance: The Potential Danger of Oppressive "Healthism"
by Stacy M Carter, Vikki Ann Entwistle, Kirsten McCaffery, Lucie Rychetnik
AJOB 2011; 11(7):57 FULL TEXT
Responses to Peer Commentaries on 'Shared Health Governance'," American Journal of Bioethics, 2011; 11(7):W1-W3.
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