Digital Healthcare Technologies and Human Rights

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Digital Healthcare Technologies and Human Rights. / Ó Cathaoir, Katharina.

Health and Human Rights: European and Global Perspectives. 2nd. ed. Intersentia, 2022. p. 327-357.

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Harvard

Ó Cathaoir, K 2022, Digital Healthcare Technologies and Human Rights. in Health and Human Rights: European and Global Perspectives. 2nd edn, Intersentia, pp. 327-357.

APA

Ó Cathaoir, K. (2022). Digital Healthcare Technologies and Human Rights. In Health and Human Rights: European and Global Perspectives (2nd ed., pp. 327-357). Intersentia.

Vancouver

Ó Cathaoir K. Digital Healthcare Technologies and Human Rights. In Health and Human Rights: European and Global Perspectives. 2nd ed. Intersentia. 2022. p. 327-357

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Ó Cathaoir, Katharina. / Digital Healthcare Technologies and Human Rights. Health and Human Rights: European and Global Perspectives. 2nd. ed. Intersentia, 2022. pp. 327-357

Bibtex

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