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dc.contributor.authorArango Bayer, Gloria Lucía
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dc.date.issued2014-12-11
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/rlbi/article/view/527
dc.identifier10.18359/rlbi.527
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10654/34075
dc.descriptionThe transformation of the Colombian health system from the 100/1993 law raised new ethical conflicts to phy­sicians. As a part of a doctorate thesis oriented to understand emerging tensions among ethical climate and ethical conflicts faced by physicians and nurses in three hospitals located in Bogota, it was proposed to identify and describe the ethical conflicts presented to physicians and the way they are faced. In order to achieve this goal, 23 interviews were carried out with physicians who worked in three hospitals located in Bogota: one private, one public and one with a special regime. The results suggest the presence of interest conflicts on the one hand, and commitment con­flicts expressed as ethical dilemmas and moral distress on the other. Based on these results, recommendations to physicians education, research and committees of ethics are suggested.eng
dc.descriptionLa transformación del sistema de salud colombiano a partir de la Ley 100/1993 planteó nuevos conflictos éticos a los médicos. Como parte de una tesis doctoral cuyo objetivo general era comprender las tensiones que emergen entre los tipos de clima ético organizacional y los conflictos éticos que se presentan a médicos y enfermeros en tres instituciones prestadoras de salud (IPS) de Bogotá, se propuso identificar y describir los conflictos éticos que se presentan a los médicos y la manera como los resuelven, para que fuera posible indagar si desde los comités de ética pueden resolverse estos conflictos, como ha sido sugerido por algunos bioeticistas. Para ello se realizaron 23 entrevistas a médicos que laboraban en tres centros hospitalarios con servicios de alta complejidad de Bogotá: uno público, uno privado y uno de un régimen especial. Los resultados sugieren la presencia de conflictos de interés, por una parte, y conflictos de obligación que se expresan como dilemas éticos y angustia moral, por otra. Con base en ello, se formulan recomendaciones para la formación profesional, la investigación y los comités de ética hospitalarios.spa
dc.descriptionA transformação do sistema de saúde colombiano a partir da Lei 100/1993 levantou novos conflitos éticos para os médicos. Como parte de uma tese de doutorado cujo objetivo geral foi compreender as tensões que surgem entre os tipos de clima ético organizacional e os conflitos éticos apresentados aos médicos e enfermeiros em três instituições de saúde (IPS) em Bogotá, propôs-se a identificar e descrever os conflitos éticos apresentados aos médicos e como eles os resolvem, para que seja possível pesquisar si a partir dos comitês de ética esses conflitos podem se resolver, como foi sugerido por alguns bioeticistas. Para isso foram realizadas 23 entrevistas com médicos que trabalhavam em três centros hospitalares com serviços de alta complexidade de Bogotá: um público, um privado e um de regime especial. Os resultados sugerem da presença de conflitos de interesses, por um lado, e conflitos de obrigação que são expressos como dilemas éticos e sofrimento moral, do outro lado. Com base nisso, são formuladas recomenda­ções para a formação profissional, a investigação e os comitês de ética hospitalares.por
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dc.publisherUniversidad Militar Nueva Granadaspa
dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2016 Revista Latinoamericana de Bioéticaspa
dc.rightshttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0spa
dc.sourceRevista Latinoamericana de Bioética; Vol. 15 Núm. 28-1 (2015): Bioética y ecoética: entre ciencia, naturaleza y realidad social; 108-119spa
dc.source2462-859X
dc.source1657-4702
dc.titleEthical conflicts presented to doctors in three hospitals in bogotá, colombiaeng
dc.titleConflictos éticos que se presentan a médicos de tres centros hospitalarios de Bogotá, Colombiaspa
dc.titleConflitos éticos apresentados aos médicos de três centros hospitalares de bogotá, colômbiapor
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dc.subject.proposalEthical conflictseng
dc.subject.proposalethical dilemmaeng
dc.subject.proposalmoral distresseng
dc.subject.proposalbioethicseng
dc.subject.proposaland medicine ethics.eng
dc.subject.proposalConflicto éticospa
dc.subject.proposaldilema éticospa
dc.subject.proposalangustia moralspa
dc.subject.proposalbioéticaspa
dc.subject.proposalética médicaspa
dc.subject.proposalConflito éticopor
dc.subject.proposaldilema éticopor
dc.subject.proposalsofrimento moralpor
dc.subject.proposalbioéticapor
dc.subject.proposalética médica.por


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