Public Health and the Necessary Limits of Advocacy, Kevin Dew

At last another voice of reason, hopefully more step forward soon…

Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective

Author Information: Kevin Dew, Victoria University of Wellington, kevin.dew@vuw.ac.nz

Dew, Kevin. “Public Health and the Necessary Limits of Advocacy.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 5, no. 7 (2016): 26-29.

The PDF of the article gives specific page numbers. Shortlink: http://wp.me/p1Bfg0-36e

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Whilst I was an academic member of a department of public health I gained a great deal of respect for my colleagues. For most of them there was a strong sense of social justice underlying their work and a commitment to improving the health of the population. Brian Martin makes a compelling argument decrying the poor scholarship and argumentation offered by two Australian public health academics who have misrepresented the work of one of…

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2 thoughts on “Public Health and the Necessary Limits of Advocacy, Kevin Dew

    • They are also putting out $25,000 grants for doctors to come up with creative ways to improve vaccination rates as well, I think they are getting very desperate because the truth is coming and they know it is just a matter of time…

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