Social Values and Health
With colleagues from the joint University College London/King’s College London Social Values and Health Priority Setting Group:
We need to talk about values: a proposed framework for the articulation of normative reasoning in health technology assessment Health Economics, Policy and Law, 23 September 2023
Affordability and non-perfectionism in moral action Ethical theory and Moral Practice, 14 September 2019
The ethics and practice of disinvestment: on knowing what not to do in health and social care Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, King’s College London, May 2019
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, social values and healthcare priority setting Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 2 April 2019
Cost effective but unaffordable: an emerging challenge for health systems BMJ Editorial, 22 March 2017
Challenges for the new Cancer Drugs Fund The Lancet Oncology, March 2016
With participants at a Brocher Foundation workshop on participation and accountability in health prioritisation:
Slutsky J. et al Patterns of public participation: Opportunity structures and mobilization from a cross-national perspective Journal of Health Organization and Management, Vol. 30 Issue: 5 (2016)
Some Guest Blogs
A sense of place: what’s health got to do with it? Housing LIN, May 2017
Rationing in the NHS: high quality care for all, now and for future generations? Faculty of Public Health, May 2015
Climate harm reduction Defra, January 2013
First do no harm? The ethics of sustainable health and social care Defra, January 2012
Worth a Look
Richard Sved’s thoughts on charity fundraising and strategy.
Sheffield’s Director of Public Health, Greg Fell, reflecting on public health evidence and practice.
Mark Gamsu’s Local democracy and health blog on reducing health inequalities, citizen action and the wider determinants of health.
Jim McManus, Director of Public Health, Hertfordshire, The Commonplace Book on public health, ethics, books, theology and more.