de Campos, Thana

 MG 1235

Thana de Campos

PROFESORA ASISTENTE

E-MAIL

thana.decampos@uc.cl

TELÉFONO

+56-2-23547770

ÁREA DE INTERÉS

Bioética global, derechos humanos internacionales, teoría legal y filosofía moral, con intereses particulares en la Ley Natural, la Ética de la Virtud, la ley de salud global, la gobernanza mundial de la salud y el derecho humano a la salud.

Thana de Campos-Rudinsky es PhD en derecho de la Universidad de Oxford y magíster en derecho internacional de la Universidad de Sao Paulo. El año 2017 publicó el libro The Global Health Crisis: Ethical Responsibilities, por medio de Cambridge University Press; y en 2019 co-editó el libro Philosophical Foundations of Medical Law, por medio de Oxford University Press. Entre 2020 y 2021, fue fellow en el Fung Global Program, en el instituto International and Regional Studies en la Universidad de Princeton, donde desarolló su nuevo libro titulado The Rule of Love: Love-Based Governance for Global Health. Es profesora asistente de la Escuela de Gobierno UC. Investiga materias relacionadas con bioética global, derechos humanos internacionales, teoría legal y filosofía moral, con intereses particulares en la ley natural, la ética de la virtud y el derecho humano a la salud. Es investigadora asociada de la Cátedra UNESCO en Bioética y Derechos Humanos.

 

Publicaciones

Peer Reviewed Books

-- 2017 The Global Health Crisis: Ethical Responsibilities, Cambridge University Press. Reviewed in: International Affairs, 93, 6, 1 November 2017, pp. 1485–86; Ethics and International Affairs, 32, 1, 9 March 2018, pp.124-26; Religion and Theology, 26, 2, 25 April 2019, pp. 242-44.

-- 2012 Transnational Corporations and Human Rights – Pharmaceutical Companies as the Object of Study (in Portuguese), Forum Press

Peer Reviewed Edited Book

--The Philosophical Foundations of Medical Law, Oxford University Press (co-edited with Andelka Phillips and Jonathan Herring). Reviewed in Medical Law Review, 29 September 2020, pp. 1-4

Edited Journal Issues

-- 2022 Feminist Ethics of Car and the Doctor-Woman Medical Encounter: What Has Love To Do With It?, in Hasting Center Report (co-edited with Caterina Milo), forthcoming

-- 2018 Navigating Impasses in Bioethics – End of Life, Disability, and Mental Illness, in Journal of Disability and Religion, 22, 3 (co-edited with Lidia Ripamonti and Philip McCosker) 2012 Introduction: Pharmaceutical Firms and the Right to Health, in The Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, 40, 2 (co-edited with Thomas Pogge).

-- 2012 Introduction: Pharmaceutical Firms and the Right to Health, in The Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, 40, 2 (co-edited with Thomas Pogge)

Journal Articles (Peer Reviewed)

-- 2022 Global Health Governance and The Principle of Subsidiarity: In Defense of a Robust Decentralization Approach, in International Journal of Constitutional Law (with Mariana Canales). Forthcoming. 

-- 2021 Post-COVID-19 WHO Reform: Ethical Considerations, in Public Health Ethics, p.1-14. (published online ahead of print 2021). Doi:https://doi.org/10.1093/phe/phab011

-- 2021 An European Take on Global Public Health: Applying the Principle of Subsidiarity to Global Health Governance, in Journal of Moral Theology, 1, 1, 141-151 

-- 2021 Intellectual Property Protection and Essential Medicines in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Promise of Multilateral Complementary Cooperation, in International Affairs, 97, 2, pp.523-37.

-- 2021 Public Health Decisions in the COVID-19 Pandemic Require More Than “Follow The Science”, in Journal of Medical Ethics, 47, pp. 296-99 (with Eduardo Undurraga).

-- 2020 The Stellenbosch Consensus on the International Legal Obligation to Collaborate and Assist in Addressing Pandemics Clarifying Article 44 of  the International Health Regulations, in International Organizations Law. Review, pp.1-30. (published online ahead of print 2020). (with Margherita M. Cinà, Steven J. Hoffman, Gian Luca Burci, Danwood Chirwa, Stéphanie Dagron, et al). Doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/15723747-2020024 

-- 2020 The Stellenbosch Consensus on Legal National Responses to Public Health Risks Clarifying Article 43 of the International Health Regulations, in International Organizations Law Review, pp1-68. (published online ahead of print 2020). doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/15723747-2020023 (with Roojin Habibi, Steven J. Hoffman, Gian Luca Burci, Danwood Chirwa, Stéphanie Dagron, et al).

-- 2020 Guiding Principles of Global Health Governance in Times of Pandemics: Solidarity, Subsidiarity, and Stewardship in American Journal of Bioethics, 20, 7, pp. 212-14

-- 2020 The Traditional Definition of Pandemics, Its Moral Conflations, and Its Practical Implications: A Defense of Conceptual Clarity in Global Health Law and Ethics, in Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics,29, pp. 205-17

-- 2020 Do Not Violate the International Health Regulations During the COVID-19 Outbreak, in The Lancet, Published Online: February 13, 2020. (with Steven Hoffman et al) 

-- 2019 MAiD in Canada and the Homo Economicus View of Dignity: Inclusive Enough? in Journal of Disability, Religion, and Health, vol 22, issue 3, pp.246-65

-- 2018 Navigating Impasses in Bioethics – End of Life, Disability, and Mental Illness (introduction to Special Issue), in Journal of Disability and Religion, vol 22, issue 3, pp.1-3 (with Lidia Ripamonti and Philip McCosker)

-- 2018 An Ethical and a Legal Challenge in the Mitochondrial Donations Regulations: The Right to Know and Trace One’s Genetic Origins, in Oxford Journal of Law, Policy, and the Family, vol 32, issue 2, pp.170-83 (with Caterina Milo)

-- 2017 Zika, Public Health, and the Distraction of Abortion, in Journal of Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, vol 20, issue 3, pp.443-46

-- 2016 The Wellbeing Conception of Health and the Conflation Problem, in The New Bioethics Journal, vol 22, issue 1, pp.71-81

-- 2015 The Idea of Patents vs. The Idea of University, in The New Bioethics Journal, vol 21, issue 2, pp.164-76

-- 2012 Introduction: Pharmaceutical Firms and the Right to Health, in The Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, 40, pp.183-87 (with Thomas Pogge)

-- 2012 Health as a Basic Health Need – Would this be Enough?, in The Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, 40, pp.251-67

-- 2008 Neglected Diseases, Poverty and Social Exclusion: A Mere Geographical Coincidence? (in Portuguese), In Revista da Faculdade de Direito USP, São Paulo, v. 103, pp.793-830

-- 2007 Compulsory Licensing of Medicines as a Public Health Policy (in Portuguese), In Revista da Faculdade de Direito USP, São Paulo, v. 102, pp.759-96

Book chapters

-- 2023 The Principles of Solidarity and Subsidiarity in the Natural Law Tradition, in Retter, Mark (eds), The Cambridge Handbook on Natural Law and Human Rights, Cambridge University Press. Forthcoming.

--  2022 Global Health Rights in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: On The Doctrine of the Minimum Core Obligations and a Co-Responsibility to Care, in Foster, Charles, Herring, Jonathan, Ó Néill, Clayton (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Global Health, Routledge. Forthcoming. 

-- 2019 Justice and Responsibility: A Deontological Approach to Justice in Medical Law, in Herring, Jonathan, De Campos, Thana C., Phillips, Andelka (eds), The Philosophical Foundations of Medical Law, Oxford University Press.

-- 2019 Introduction, in Herring, Jonathan, De Campos, Thana C., Phillips, Andelka (eds), The Philosophical Foundations of Medical Law, Oxford University Press (with Andelka Philips and Jonathan Herring)

-- 2018 A Critical Analysis of the Legal Status of Transnational Corporations in the International Law of Human Rights (in Portuguese), in Soares, Ines Virginia, Piovesan, Flavia, Torelly, Marcelo; Corporations and Human Rights, Sao Paulo, Ed. Jus Podivm, pp.111-34 (with Camila Perruso)

-- 2016 A Critical Analysis of the 2009 Public Hearing N.4 on the Right to Health and Access to Medicines and its Effects on the Jurisprudence of the Brazilian Supreme Court (in Portuguese), in Piovesan, Flavia, Soares, Ines Virginia; The Impacts of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights Decisions on the Brazilian Supreme Court’s Jurisprudence, Sao Paulo, Ed. Jus Podivm, pp.191-221 (with Vitor Ido)

-- 2016 MDG-2 in Brazil: Misguided Educational Policies, in Pogge, Thomas, Kohler, Gabriele and Cimadamor, Alberto, Poverty & the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): A Critical Look Forward, ZED Books, London (CROP International Studies on Poverty Series), pp.157-79 (with Clarice Duarte and Ines Virginia Soares)

-- 2010 Access to Medicines: Pharmaceutical Patents and the Right to Health, In Shaver, Lea (ed), Access to Knowledge in Brazil, Information Society Project, New Haven CT, Yale Law School, pp.165-230 (with Monica R. Guise and Daniel W. Wang)

Public Policy Reports

-- 2009 National Survey on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders (in Portuguese), São Paulo, ANDHEP- Associação Nacional de Direitos Humanos, Ensino e Pós-Graduação (with Antonio S. Spagnol et al)