Priority Setting for HIV and Mental Health in Mexico: Historical, Quantitative and Ethical Perspectives

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Title: Priority Setting for HIV and Mental Health in Mexico: Historical, Quantitative and Ethical Perspectives
Author: Gelpi, Adriane Hunsberger
Citation: Gelpi, Adriane Hunsberger. 2014. Priority Setting for HIV and Mental Health in Mexico: Historical, Quantitative and Ethical Perspectives. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
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Abstract: Mexico's innovative health reforms have attracted scholarly attention beyond its own borders, making it a valuable case to study how countries set priorities. This dissertation examines the multifaceted topic of priority setting through a multidisciplinary approach: each of the three papers of this dissertation employs one of three disciplinary perspectives: historical, quantitative or normative. The dual focus on mental health and HIV--two highly stigmatized diseases with almost opposite histories of prioritization--further underscores the social and historical aspects of health priority setting.
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