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Revista Información Científica

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MORA REYES, Julio César. Ethical socialization and the health sector. Contradictions and potentialities at the current time. Rev. inf. cient. [online]. 2018, vol.97, n.6, pp.1160-1172. ISSN 1028-9933.

Introduction:

checking the suitability of workers appears today as an obligation for the economic subsistence of socialism; the circulating information supports it. However, in certain sectors, that same suitability may well have a much more important significance as the ethical subsistence depends on it, this is an essential value to sustain the real vitality of the new socioeconomic system.

Objective:

to show the relationship between the ethicity of health workers and the moral progress of socialist society.

Method:

some contradictions of recent date are identified and explained in the ethical panorama of the sector-society relationship.

Results:

the article shows aspects such as the social and sectoral dynamism of ethics, where the ethical analysis in the health sector, (although it takes it from the starting point) can not remain in the ease of proposing that the fight against Human suffering justifies itself, agrees that "the struggle is the most universal form of the existence of everything real, and the contradictions, the content where it is presented, adopting various manifestations.

Conclusions:

the concrete conditions, both materially and mentally, in which those working in the health sector work, in addition to the influences of prevailing culture and ideology on a global scale, and through the various modalities of exposure of the subject to them, produce alterations in the way in which work and its meaning in society are assimilated.

Palabras clave : medical ethics; professional ethics; health workers.

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