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Volume 24 Number 1 Year 2018

18 articles in this issue 

Fatma Tas Arslan, Pelin Calpbinici

The aim of this study is to determine the ethical experiences and the level of moral sensitivity and related factors of pediatric nurses working in hospital settings. Designed as descriptive and cross-sectional, the study was undertaken at three public ho... see more

Pags. 9 - 18  

Oya Ogenler, Gulcin Yapici

The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of physical violence and related factors among assistants and nurses. This cross-sectional study was included 166 research assistants and 209 nurses who worked at the University Hospital. The data was ... see more

Pags. 19 - 29  

Raphael Raniere de Oliveira Costa, Soraya Maria de Medeiros, José Carlos Amado Martins, Verónica Rita Dias Coutinho

The aim of this paper is to reflect about the use of simulation in training nurses based on bioethics and human rights approaches. This is a reflexive essay based on the assumption that the current training context in health and nursing must include in th... see more

Pags. 31 - 38  

Blanca Escobar-Castellanos, Patricia Cid-Henríquez

Background: Nurses are exposed to face ethical conflicts because the responsibilities associated with caring for people and the fact of working in a health field ever more tech and complex. Objective: Analyze the ethical issues that affect nursing care, c... see more

Pags. 39 - 46  

Carla Margarida Teixeira, Ana Sofia Carvalho, Sandra Martins Pereira

There has been a shift in the language of responsibility because the threat of malpractice litigation is encouraging physicians to assume a more responsible role in caring for their patients. Consequently, instead of paying attention to the moral dimensio... see more

Pags. 47 - 56  

Norma Alicia Ordóñez Vázquez, Mariana Becerra Sánchez, Zuraya Monroy Nasr

The aim of this paper is to learn from the experience of relatives of patients with terminal cancer about the medical beneficence during a terminal illness. This paper is part of a broader study entitled "The care, attention and decision of patients with ... see more

Pags. 57 - 65  

Mariana Arancibia Heger, Anamaría Silva Dreyer, Francisco Pantoja Molina

Increasing precocity of fetal diagnosis allows parents an early knowledge of the health conditions of their unborn child. When a fetal abnormality incompatible with life is diagnosed, the pregnant woman receives an emotional shock and faces ethical dilemm... see more

Pags. 67 - 74  

José Tomás Alvarado Marambio, Manuel J. Santos Alcántara

The purpose of preimplantation genetic diagnosis by embryonary biopsy is to identify genetic alterations prior to the implantation of embryos produced by in vitro fertilization. The most important aim is the selection of genetically healthy embryos due to... see more

Pags. 75 - 83  

Pablo Gudiño Bessone

The ways in which the Catholic Church is involved in discussions about contraception, abortion and assisted fertilization invite to observe the ability of the institution to assert its thought and doctrine into the emergence of new actors, practices and d... see more

Pags. 85 - 94  

Diana Pasmanik Volochinsky, Raúl Villarroel Soto, María Inés Winkler

Gifts are a regular practice within the relationships established by business world stakeholders with the professionals that may be instrumental in promoting their sales. Consequently, gifts are a potential source of conflicts of interest. This article is... see more

Pags. 95 - 104  

Ahmet Can Bilgin, Sevgi Timbil, Cemal Huseyin Guvercin, Sema Ozan, Semih Semin

Aim: We aimed to receive the opinions of the preclinical medical students on medical ethics education, and to present some suggestions for the education program. Methods: Focus group discussions were held with third-grade medical students. The analyses we... see more

Pags. 105 - 115  

Daiane Trentin, Mara Ambrosina de Oliveira Vargas, Denise Elvira Pires de Pires, Fernando Hellmann, Laura Brehmer, Sandra Cézar Leal

A qualitative, exploratory and analytical study, with the objective of investigating how the professionals approach the women in situations of sexual violence, from the perspective of Bioethics of Intervention. The study was carried out with the members o... see more

Pags. 117 - 126  

María Inés Winkler, Raúl Villarroel, Diana Pasmanik

In this paper the concept of confidentiality is revisited in the light of the challenges arising from technological and communications advances and their applications in clinical practice and scientific research. The analysis is based on the presentation ... see more

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