Public Preferences About Fairness and the Ethics of Allocating Scarce Medical Interventions
Persad, G. (2017). Public Preferences About Fairness and the Ethics of Allocating Scarce Medical Interventions. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Fairness, Equity, and Justice, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-58993-0_4.
In this book chapter, the author provides: an overview of different approaches to the ethics of allocating scarce medical interventions; a brief recap of social scientific research on the allocation of scarce medical resources; an examination of different ways in which public preferences could matter to the ethics of allocation; ways in which social scientists could learn from ethics as they conduct research into public preferences regarding the allocation of scarce medical resources.
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