Translation of bioethics in Spanish:

bioethics

bioética, n.

Pronunciation /bʌɪəʊˈɛθɪks//ˌbaɪoʊˈɛθɪks/

noun

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    bioética feminine
    • Most respondents regarded the bioethics law as a cause of the recent decrease of autopsy rate.
    • Members of this group have expertise in clinical medicine, research, journalism, bioethics, law, or medical editing.
    • What issues belong at the top of the agenda in bioethics?
    • Elliott intertwines his discussion of enhancement technologies with an examination of important issues in bioethics and philosophy.
    • In France, the 1994 bioethics law requires physicians to inform relatives before performing an autopsy.
    • Later programs will deal with population and social change, with medical research and bioethics, with art and culture, and with our history.
    • Understanding and utilizing the principles of bioethics will enable nurses to do just that.
    • Even in bioethics, the trend is toward procedure rather than substance.
    • Even more troubling, though, is the indifference the council has shown to what neuroscience tells us about bioethics itself.
    • Among the warnings voiced at the conference was one by Xu Zhi-Wei, a professor of molecular biology, medicine and bioethics.
    • The ends of human life: bioethics in a liberal polity.
    • So, for anyone out there sceptical about the relevance of bioethics, these two books demonstrate the wide scope of ethical considerations in medicine.
    • In their eyes, the destiny of bioethicists is to sit on bioethics committees and set public policy.
    • So far you've heard from Boyer Lecturers in the areas of the law, of philosophy, of population and social change, and of medicine and bioethics.
    • The recent discipline of bioethics has grown up largely outside medicine and has developed principles of its own.
    • A narrow clinical bioethics cannot address these larger social issues.
    • However, the very name of the council suggests that it is supposed to have an expansive agenda encompassing issues in bioethics.
    • Later programs will be involved with medicine and bioethics, with art and culture, and with our history.
    • This has led to productive dialogue between (for example) medical sociology, bioethics, and the medical humanities.
    • The articles are a smattering of bioethics and bioengineering, astronomy, epidemiology, and environmental issues.