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Ethics in health-care institutions

Anil Pilgaokar


Understanding the ethical issues in health-care institutions has a pivotal role in the understanding and practice of biomedical ethics in medical practice. Health-care institutions provide an opportunity to put a number of ethical issues into a practical focus. They can also give the stimulus necessary to build a framework for developing the practice of biomedical ethics. Finally, they provide a sustained space for monitoring the outcome of practices developed to foster ethics in these institutions.

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