Current overview of assistance bioethics committees in Chile
Keywords:bioethics, CEA ethics, healthcare ethics, public health
The article examines and analyzes the functioning of healthcare ethics committees in Chile. For this, through an extensive bibliographic review, parameters were established that allow indicating improvements to the system that regulates the Ethical-Assistance Committees (CEA) in the Latin American nation, based on a case study that corresponds to the University of Chile.
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