International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare
Vol. 10 Issue: 4 2017
Medical translation: the neglected human right
Bradley Dalton-Oates (pp. 228 – 238)
This paper fulfills a need to examine medical translation in the context of other types of translation under International Law. This paper fulfills a need to study how the lack of specific International Legislation guaranteeing the right to medical translation has implications for national/regional legislators, medical providers, and patients alike. This paper fulfills a need to discuss the legal remedies available to patients who have suffered adverse medical events after not being able to communicate with their medical provider.
Evolution of opportunities for early childhood development in Arab countries
Vladimir Hlasny (pp. 256 – 276)
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate opportunities for early childhood development (ECD) regarding children’s prenatal care, access to nutrition, health, parental care and cognitive-developmental activities, in 33 surveys from 13 countries. A total of 15 indicators for children’s opportunities are assessed including their typical level, inequality across demographic groups, and factors responsible.