Bioethics for the community: identification and transmission of relevant notions of bioethics for the community

Ana Barrena Ezcurra


The article presents the framework, development and results of a study which concludes that bioethical issues can be treated with interest and profit (with appropriate adaptations and methodologies) in community activities. Above all, bioethics must promote and permeate a community action developed by primary care centres, imbricated with individual attention, promoting participation and citizen empowerment, integrated intersectorally with other systems in the territory and committed to justice.


ethics; bioethics; community; health; health care; primary health care; community action; integrated care

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