Welcome to the Community of Practice (CoP), a place for advocates and faculty of law, human rights, and patient care courses to share materials and resources. Additionally, we invite health providers and health managers, NGO activists, students and other stakeholders in health care service delivery to develop a network of strong practices regarding human rights in patient care. The Community of Practice has 3 main sections: Teaching Law and Health, Trainings on Human Rights in Patient Care, and Media Tools. Under Teaching, you will find topical modules and materials from past seminars on human rights in patient care. We invite you to visit all of the sections, use the materials, and provide feedback as we continue to expand the Community of Practice.

Methods of Teaching Human Rights

  • Author: Professor David McQuoid-Mason, Faculty of Law, University of Natal (1995)

Medical leadership - from inspiration to education

  • Author: Allesandra Lafranconi, Bernardo Gomes, Mindaugas Stankunas, Suzanne Marie Babich, Kenneth A. Rethmeier, Katarzina Czabanowska, on behalf of the EUPHA Working Group on Public Health Leadership

Science Addressing Drugs and HIV: State of the Art of Harm Reduction

  • Author: Editors: Monica Beg, Steffanie A. Strathdee, Michel Kazatchkine

OSI Media Guide

  • Author: Open Society Foundations

Introduction to Public Health Ethics (Spring 2005)

  • Author: Patricia Marshall, PhD, Dept of Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University

Hooking the News Cycle

  • Author: Mary Joyce

Legal advocacy as a tool to advance Roma Health

  • Author: TAMAR EZER, ALPHIA ABDIKEEVA, MARTIN MCKEE

Palliative care and human rights in patient care: an Armenia case study

  • Author: Gabriela Barros de Luca, Violeta Zopunyan, Naomi Burke-Shyne, Anahit Papikyan and Davit Amiryan
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