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Medicina
Croatian Medical Association - Rijeka branch
ISSN: 0025-7729
Vol. 44, No. 2, 2008, pp. 111-116
Bioline Code: me08015
Full paper language: Croatian
Document type: Research Article
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Medicina, Vol. 44, No. 2, 2008, pp. 111-116

 hr Klinička etika
Agich, George J.


Klinička etika može se definirati kao pažnja usmjerena na aktualne etičke probleme i vrijednosti koje proizlaze iz izravne skrbi za bolesnike kao i iz okruženja u kojima se pruža zdravstvena njega. Kao takva, klinička etika donosi temelje za cjelokupno polje bioetike. U kontekstu skrbi za bolesnike, kao i edukacije medicinskih i zdravstvenih profesija, klinička etika je ključno sadržajno područje i uporište za mnoštvo humanističkih pristupa medicini i zdravstvenoj skrbi kao što su povijest, sociologija, pravo i književnost. Ovo gledište se razvilo s obzirom na sljedeća razmatranja. Prvo, kritičkim naslovljavanjem značenja zdravlja i dobrobiti u kontekstu zdravstvene skrbi klinička etika pomaže prizemljiti bioetički govor i održati suštinu svoje brige za aktualne implikacije medicinskih tehnologija i biomedicinskih znanosti za ljudski napredak. Drugo, klinička etika u praktičnom smislu pomaže ujediniti brigu i interese mnogih disciplina koje sačinjavaju polje bioetike. Treće, klinička etika pomaže uskladiti različite i ponekad usko usmjerene interese mnoštva mišljenja koji polje bioetike pretvaraju u smislenu konverzaciju.


bioetika, klinička etika, skrb za bolesnike

 
 en Clinical Ethics
Agich, George J.

Abstract

Clinical ethics, namely, the attention to the actual problems of ethics and values which arise in the direct care of patients and in the organization and processes of the institutions and settings where health care is delivered, provides a foundation for the entire field of bioethics. In the context of patient care as well as medical and health professionals’ education, clinical ethics is the core content area which provides the foundation and anchor point for a multitude of humanistic approaches to medicine and health care such as history, sociology, law, and literature. This view is developed in terms of the following considerations: First, by critically addressing the meaning of health and well-being in the context of health care, clinical ethics helps to ground the discourse of bioethics and sustain its essential concern for the actual implications of medical technologies and the biomedical sciences for human flourishing. Second, clinical ethics helps to unify the many disciplinary concerns and interests that make up the field of bioethics within the practical import. Third, clinical ethics helps to orchestrate the divergent and sometimes narrowly focused interests of the multiplicity of voices that make up the field of bioethics into a converging conversation.

Keywords
bioethics, clinical ethics, patient care

 
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