Health incentive research and social justice: does the risk of long term harms to systematically disadvantaged groups bear consideration?

Journal of Medical Ethics 2017;43:150-156.
Authors: Wild V, Pratt B
“The ethics of health incentive research—a form of public health research—are not well developed, and concerns of justice have been least examined. In this paper, we explore what potential long term harms in relation to justice may occur as a result of such research and whether they should be considered as part of its ethical evaluation.”
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