Four research papers have recently been published under the Accelerator’s Public Health and Health Inequalities, and Data Use workstreams.
These feature Public Health and Health Inequalities workstream lead, Prof. John Coggon (University of Bristol); workstream researcher Dr. Beth Kamunge-Kpodo (University of Reading); and co-lead of our Data Use workstream, Prof. James Wilson (University College London).
Details of the publications and links to them can be found below:
John Coggon. 2022. Is public health just science? Values, politics and varied but collective practices to secure better health with justice. Journal of Public Health, 44(Supplement_1), pp.i34-i39.
John Coggon & Beth Kamunge-Kpodo. 2022. The legal determinants of health (in) justice. Medical Law Review, 30(4), pp.705-723.
John Coggon. 2022. Long-Game Regulation and Public Health Policy-Making: The Ethics of Eradicating
Choices without Eradicating Choice. Perspectives on Paternalism and Public Health. Compiled by Jonathan Parry, Farhang Tahzib and Jessica Begon. UK Faculty of Public Health. pp. 12-14
James Wilson. 2022. Beyond the Neglectful State — lessons for the future of public health. Perspectives on Paternalism and Public Health. Compiled by Jonathan Parry, Farhang Tahzib and Jessica Begon. UK Faculty of Public Health. pp. 28-29