Immoral Behaviour in Medicine
Nursing Ethics. 1997 Mar; 4(2): 115-122.
The purpose of this paper is to emphasize a social phenomenon that exists in Israel: immoral medicine. In recent years, nurses have been exposed to many instances of immoral medicine in hospitals. We want to protest about the demands for money from patients who are waiting for surgical intervention, arouse the medical community's conscience concerning these immoral activities, and improve professional and moral behaviour.
Case Studies; Conflict of Interest; Conscience; Criminal Law; Economics; Employment; Ethics; Fraud; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Hospitals; Law; Legal Aspects; Medicine; Misconduct; Nurse's Role; Nurses; Nursing Ethics; Obligations to Society; Patient Advocacy; Patients; Physician Nurse Relationship; Physicians; Public Sector; Remuneration; Surgery; Trust; Whistleblowing;
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