Browsing by author "Entwistle, V"
Relational conceptions of paternalism: a way to rebut nanny-state accusations and evaluate public health interventions Carter, SM; Entwistle, V; Little, MPublished 2015-01-01Objectives: ‘Nanny-state’ accusations can function as powerful rhetorical weapons against interventions intended to promote public health. Public health advocates often lack effective rebuttals to these criticisms. Nanny-state ...Open AccessArticle
Carter, SM; Entwistle, V; McCaffery, K; Rychetnik, LPublished 2011-01-01We share an interest in public health and in the capabilities approach developed by Amartya Sen, Martha Nussbaum, and others (Comim, Qizilbash, and Alkire 2008; Sen 2009; Nussbaum 1999), so were curious to see how Jennifer ...Open AccessArticle
Entwistle, V; Carter, SM; Cribb, A; McCaffery, KPublished 2010-01-01Personal autonomy is widely valued. Recognition of its vulnerability in health care contexts led to the inclusion of respect for autonomy as a key concern in biomedical ethics. The principle of respect for autonomy is ...Open AccessArticle