A robust, particularist ethical assessment of medical tourism
Date of Original Version
Recently, in increasing numbers, citizens of wealthy nations are heading to poorer countries for medical care. They are traveling to the global South as medical tourists because in their home nations either they cannot get timely medical care or they cannot afford needed treatments. This essay offers a robust, particularist ethical assessment of the practice of citizens of richer nations traveling to poorer countries for healthcare. © 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
Developing World Bioethics
Meghani, Zahra. "A robust, particularist ethical assessment of medical tourism." Developing World Bioethics 11, 1 (2011): 16-29. doi:10.1111/j.1471-8847.2010.00282.x.