Zaporozhan, Valery Mycolayovych
July 2014
Revista Romana de Bioetica;jul-sep2014, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p91
Academic Journal
This article discusses a study which examined the harmonization of health, social and economic aspects of health care. Topics discussed include ethics as a system of universal moral requirements and standards of behaviour as a characteristics of the social life of a particular people or civilization, the fundamental rules of ethics and World Health Organization (WHO) health programs. An exploration of noethics as a strategy for the development of a global bioethics is given.


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