Conflicting values of biomedical innovation?

Abstract : The term 'value' is at the centre of, an increasingly explicit debate in the fields of health and healthcare policy. 'Value' is understood in many different ways and diverging interests are being mobilised. How are values in biomedical innovation being expressed, represented, materialised and aligned or contested in different areas of biomedicine? How do values embedded in regulation, public health, economic policies, healthcare provision, technology assessment, producers' strategies, and patient organisation movements shape biomedical innovations? At an ESOF discussion in Toulouse multidisciplinary perspectives on value between panel members and public participants will be explored and possible pathways to common solutions identified that promote socially acceptable biomedical innovation in the European context.
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Aurélie Mahalatchimy, Alex Faulkner. Conflicting values of biomedical innovation?. 2018. ⟨halshs-01829660⟩



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