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Health and human rights in scientific literature: a systematic review over a decade

Published inHealth and human rights, vol. 13, no. 2, p. E102-129
Publication date2011
Abstract

Over the past decades, the health and human rights movement has become a public health actor that cannot and should not be ignored when defining public health policies. Little has been published about the scientific contribution of the movement, be it in terms of volume, topics, content, diffusion channels, production, or target sites.

Keywords
  • Health Status
  • Human Rights
  • Humans
  • Public Health
  • Publishing/trends
Citation (ISO format)
KABENGELE MPINGA, Emmanuel et al. Health and human rights in scientific literature: a systematic review over a decade. In: Health and human rights, 2011, vol. 13, n° 2, p. E102–129.
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