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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Colin McInnes; Kelley Lee
|Notes:||The chapters in this book were originally published in Global Public Health, volume 7, Supplement 2 (December 2012) -- Page vii.|
|Description:||ix, 121 pages ; 26 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction : Framing global health : the governance challenge / Colin McInnes ... [et al.] --
The securitisation of pandemic influenza : framing, security and public policy / Adam Kamradt-Scott and Colin McInnes --
Evidence-based medicine and the governance of pandemic influenza / Adam Kamradt-Scott --
Access to medicines, market failure and market intervention : a tale of two regimes / Owain D. Williams --
New life in old frames : HIV, development and the 'AIDS plus MDGs' approach / Marie Woodling, Owain D. Williams and Simon Rushton --
The global debate over HIV-related travel restrictions : framing and policy change / Simon Rushton --
Making a human right to tobacco control : expert and advocacy networks, framing and the right to health / David Reubi --
Framing and global health governance : key findings / Colin McInnes and Kelley Lee.
|Other Titles:||Global public health.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Colin McInnes and Kelley Lee.|
This edited collection looks at how globalisation is influencing patterns of health and disease worldwide, in particular how decisions on health are made and organised. Despite some successes in developing better global governance for health, overall progress has been disappointingly slow given the number of health crises today, both long standing and relatively new. This book explores how progress has often been limited, but also on occasion assisted, by the role of ideas. It identifies how health issues, such as HIV/AIDS, pandemic influenza and tobacco control, are framed in such a way as to resonate with a set of ideas, or worldviews, associated with particular policy communities. A successful framing can generate possibilities for action, but can also lead to competition when ideas conflict or suggest different pathways of response. Global Health Governance is therefore an arena of competition as well as cooperation, where ideas matter as well as resources and political will. This book was originally published as a special issue of Global Public Health.
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