Title

Public health and the necessary limits of academic freedom?

RIS ID

106524

Publication Details

Durrheim, D. N. & Jones, A. L. (2016). Public health and the necessary limits of academic freedom?. Vaccine, 34 (22), 2467-2468.

Abstract

Since medieval times, university academics have vigorously defended their "right of self-governance and the pursuit of schol-arship and teaching without censure or constraint" [1]. Traditionaldefinitions of this hallowed code have focused on the "complemen-tary rights and obligations entitled to teachers and students as freeenquirers" without specific mention of any societal obligations [2].

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2016.03.082