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The Fondation Brocher is an essential player in this vital thinking process: one which will help make us aware of the real challenges in using our resources for maximum impact on the health of the people of the world.

 

 

Professor Daniel Wikler, Harvard University

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The Brocher Foundation is a Swiss non-profit private foundation  recognized of public interest. Your donations are tax deductible according to the regulations in force.

Visiting researchers

Monica Casper Monica Casper

Dying for Birth: Maternal Mortality, Race, and Human Rights
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Richard Cookson Richard Cookson

Rethinking health inequality: ethics, economics and evidence
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Shana Harris Shana Harris

The Politics, Ethics, and Experiences of Cross-Border Medical Travel and Addiction Care in Mexico
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Yogi Hendlin Yogi Hendlin

Industrial Epidemics: Chronic Disease and the Corporate Determinants of Health
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Fabrice Jotterand Fabrice Jotterand

Changing Goals and Competing Concepts of Health in the Practice of Medicine: How Enhancement (Neuro)Technologies Challenge Shared Decision Making in the Pursuit of Health and Wellbeing
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Lauris Kaldjian Lauris Kaldjian

Changing Goals and Competing Concepts of Health in the Practice of Medicine: How Enhancement (Neuro)Technologies Challenge Shared Decision Making in the Pursuit of Health and Wellbeing
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Susan Kennedy Susan Kennedy

From Procreation to Parenthood - Simply a Matter of Convention?
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Amelia Knopf Amelia Knopf

Consent Processes and Willingness to Participate in Biomedical HIV Prevention Trials: Implications for Adolescent HIV Prevention
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Kevin Lavoie Kevin Lavoie

Préparation d'une monographie intitulée :
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Thaddeus Pope Thaddeus Pope

Shared Decision Making and Patient Decision Aids: It Is Time to Revolutionize Informed Consent, So Patients Can Understand Their Treatment Options
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Oliver Rollins Oliver Rollins

Neuro-visions of the Prejudiced Mind: Implications and Challenges for Neuroscience Research on Implicit Racial Bias
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Monika Sawhney Monika Sawhney

Ethical and social implications of Tuberculosis (TB) research and programing - Examining gender dimensions (under-reporting) of TB among men
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Katherine Saylor Katherine Saylor

Beyond maximizing health outcomes: Incorporating fairness into priority setting for genetic screening
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Sandy Tubeuf Sandy Tubeuf

Ethical principles and evaluation criteria when rationing health : is the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) an example to follow?
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