Bioethics in Child Health, Rights & Safety

 

Children rights and safety is a dreading agenda in todays’ world. There have been expanding worries about the moral contemplations under the watchful eye of youngsters over the most recent couple of decades. Generally, the ethical reasoning was focused on issues surrounding adults with decisional capacity and the principle of respect for autonomy. However, and in contrast, pediatric medicine and ethics begin with more expansive views of patient-professional interaction. Decisions about infants are projections of familial, medical and cultural values in the hope that these projections will either positively shape or allow for later development of the child’s own interests and values.

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