Introduction: Why public health ethics? / Stephen Peckham and Alison Hann -- PART ONE. PUBLIC HEALTH ETHICS, CONTEXTS : Why ethics? What kind of ethics for public health? / Alan Cribb -- Public health ethics: what it is and how to do it / Stephen Holland -- PART TWO. ETHICS AND PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTICE: What does it mean to ’know’ a disease? The tragedy of XDR-TB / Ross Upshur -- The evaluation of public health initiatives on smoking and lung cancer: an ethical critique / Peter Allmark, Angela Tod and Jo Abbott -- Relevance of primary care bioethics committees in public health ethical practice in the community: an experience in an area of extreme poverty in Santiago, Chile / Marla Solari and Tatiana Escobar-Koch -- Unlinked anonymous blood testing for public health purposes: an ethical dilemma? / Jessica Datta and Anthony Kessell -- Constructing the obesity epidemic: loose science, money and public health / Alison Hann and Stephen Peckham -- Politics, ethics and evidence: immunisation and public health policy / Alison Hann and Stephen Peckham -- Avoiding mixed messages: HPV vaccines and the ’cure’ for cervical cancer / Alison Hann and Stephen Peckham -- A call for clearer vaccine exemption typology to improve population health / Erica Sutton and Ross Upshur -- PART THREE. PUBLIC HEALTH ETHICS, DEVELOPING A BASIS FOR PRACTICE: Theory and practice in public health ethics: a complex relationship / Angus Dawson -- Conclusion: taking forward the debate / Stephen Peckham and Alison Hann.
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