Right to health: the clinical examination of the judicialization of public health in the face of mistanasia
- International Journal of Family & Community Medicine
Ingrid Nascimento dos Santos,1 Matheus Mychael Mazzaro Conchy2
The present work has as its study the analysis of public policies, regarding access to the right to public health, as well as the difficulties, the neglect of the provision and the length of the concession. The difficult way for doctors to exercise their profession, excessive shifts, lack of specialists, medicines and beds, lack of fair remuneration and various problems; the analysis of the judicialization of public health and the institutes that medicine calls: Euthanasia, Orthothanasia, Dysthanasia and Mistanasia. The methodology used was the tool: bibliographic. At the end of this article, there will be an examination of the studies analysed, and the effectiveness of the judicialization of public health.
right to health, public health policy, euthanasia, public policy, health’s judicialization, medically underserved area