Ethics-sensitivity of the Ghana national integrated strategic response plan for pandemic influenza

BMC Medical Ethics 16 (1):30 (2015)
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Abstract

Many commentators call for a more ethical approach to planning for influenza pandemics. In the developed world, some pandemic preparedness plans have already been examined from an ethical viewpoint. This paper assesses the attention given to ethics issues by the Ghana National Integrated Strategic Plan for Pandemic Influenza

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Debra Debruin
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