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Policy Briefing: Implementing empirical ethics and rights - IDEAS for ensuring disability equity in research
In this policy briefing, we illustrate the development and potential of tools developed from commissioned public health research project where empirical ethics was combined with human rights to elucidate a critical framework ...
Do disabled people need a stronger social model – a social model of human rights?
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-06-01)
We introduce the social model of disability by reflecting on its origins and legacy, with particular reference to the work of the Union of the Physically Impaired against Segregation (UPAIS). We argue that there has been ...
Rights to Social Determinants of Flourishing: A Paradigm for Disability and Public Health Research and Policy
(BMC Public Health, 2019-07-24)
Background: The term evidence based medicine (EBM) was introduced in the early 1990s in clinical medicine to educate clinicans about how to assess the ‘credibility’ of research to ensure best treatments for their patients. ...
Implications for public health research of models and theories of disability: A scoping study and evidence synthesis
(National Institute for Health Research, 2016-07)
Background: Public health interventions that are effective in the general population are often assumed to apply to people with impairments. However, the evidence to support this is limited and hence there is a need for ...