Nurse Practitioners in Developing Countries: Some Ethical Considerations
Nair, N. V. K.
Nursing Ethics 1999; 6(4): 273-277
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Stark, Ruth; Nair, N.V.K.; Omi, Shigeru (1999-07)One of the principles of health care ethics is the principle of justice. An important expression of justice is equity. The provision of basic primary health care services to all people is the key to eliminating the ...
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