Equity and justice in health implications for bioethics

@inproceedings{Lues2003EquityAJ,
  title={Equity and justice in health implications for bioethics},
  author={Marcela Ferrer Lues},
  year={2003}
}
Achieving equity in health is an ethical challenge worldwide. Although it is known that health depends on diverse factors, bioethics has been focused on equity in health care. The knowledge of the macro-determinants of health and their effects in the practices and analysis, as well as the principles of autonomy and justice, legitimize equity in health as a substantive area of bioethics. Some relevant issues are: relation between macro-determinants of health and lifestyles; social distribution… CONTINUE READING

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