Working For Peace through Health -- Ethical Values and Principles

Santa Barbara, Joanna
December 2005
Croatian Medical Journal;2005, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p1007
Academic Journal
This article discusses the importance of ethical guiding principles in the practice of health professionals. A framework of ethical values for work in both health and peace were outlined such as compassion, empathy and impartiality and nondiscrimination. It also addressed several factors that motivate a health or peace practitioner in implementing ethical values in their line of work.


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