bioethics

Definitions

Health Economics

  • (written as Bioethics)
    A field of applied ethics, usually interpreted (by economists) as concerning ethical issues in medical research (for example, the protection of patients, the experimental use of embryos), health care regulation and health care allocation arrangements.

Medical

  • noun the study of the moral and ethical choices in medical research and treatment of patients, especially when advanced technology is available
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