These are projects I am currently working on. Where possible, I have made a PDF of relevant documents or reviews.

  • Accountability for Reasonable Limits to Health Care
    • Setting Fair Limits: Can We Learn To Share Resources for Health? Norman Daniels and James Sabin. Oxford University Press, 2nd edition, 2007 (in press).
    • Work with MoH in Mexico to develop and implement fair decision-making process for additions to the benefits in the new insurance program, the Seguro Popular. Mexico Case Study
    • How to Achieve Fair Distribution of ARTs in "3 by 5": Fair Process and Legitimacy in Patient Selection. Prepared for WHO consultation, Geneva, Jan. 26-27 2004. "3 x 5" article
    • Daniels, N. Fair Process in Patient Selection For Anti-retroviral Treatment in WHO’s Goal of “3 by 5” Lancet. 2005; 366:169-71. Fair Process
    • Gruskin, S. and Daniels, N., Jusice and Human Rights: Priority Setting and Fair Deliberative Process, American J of Public Health. 2008; 98:9: 1573-1577.
    • Daniels, N.  Reasonableness in Health Policy.  Oxford Textbook of Medicine.  (in press)
  • Justice and Health
    • Daniels, N. 2008. Just Health: Meeting Health Needs Fairly. (New York, Cambridge University Press).
    • Daniels N, Kennedy B, Kawachi I. Is Inequality Bad for Our Health? Boston:  Beacon Press, 2000.
    • Justice, Health, and Health Care.
    • Daniels N. Equity and Population Health: Toward a Broader Bioethics Agenda. Hastings Center Report. 2006; 36:4 22-35. HCR article
    • Rosenthal, M. and Daniels, N. Beyond Competition: The Normative Implications of Consumer Driven Health PlansJournal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 2006 31(3): 671-685.
    • Kawachi I, Daniels N, Robinson D. Health Disparities by Race and Class: Why Both Matter. Health Affairs 2005; Mar/April; 24:2:343-344. Health Disparities article
    • Daniels N. Chevron v Echazabal: Protection, Opportunity, and Paternalism. American Journal of Public Health, April 2003; 93:4:545-549.
    • Daniels, N. Capabilities, Opportunity, and Health. In Ingrid Robeyns and Harry Brighouse (eds) Measuring Justice: Primary Goods and Capabilities (Cambridge U Press: forthcoming 2008/2009).
    • Daniels, N. International Health Inequalities and Global Justice. In Michael Boylan (ed), International Public Health Policy and Ethics. Dordrecht, NE: Springer. 2008; 109-130.
    • Daniels, N. Social and Individual Responsibilty for Health. In Carl Knight and Zofia Stemplowska (eds), Distributive Justice and Responsibility. (Oxford and New York: Oxford U Press, TBA).
    • Daniels, N. and Roberts, M. Ethics and Healthcare Reform. Hastings Center Briefing Book.TBA
    • Daniels, N. Broken Promises: Business-Friendly Strategies That Frustrate Just Health Care. In Denis G. Arnold (ed), Ethics and the Business of Biomedicine. (Cambridge: Cambridge U Press, 2009), pp.35-62.
    • Daniels N, Saloner, B, and Gelpi, AH. Access, Cost, and Financing: Achieving An Ethical health Reform. Health Affairs Web Exclusive. 18 August 2009.
  • International Justice
  • Aging
    • Daniels, N. Justice Between Adjacent Generations: Further Thoughts. J of Political Theory. 2008. In press.
  • Benchmarks of Fairness for Health Care Reform
  • Professionalism
  • Social Determinants of Health
    • Why Justice Is Good For Our Health: The Social Determinants of Health Inequalities. Norman Daniels, Bruce Kennedy, Ichiro Kawachi. Daedalus, Volume 128 Number 4 (Fall 1999). Pages 215-252.
    • Justice is Good for Our Health. Norman Daniels, Bruce Kennedy, Ichiro Kawachi. Boston Review, Volume 25 Number 1, February/March 2000.
    • Is Inequality Bad For Our Health? Norman Daniels, Bruce Kennedy, Ichiro Kawachi. Boston, Beacon Press, 2000 (foreword by Amartya Sen).
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