Vol 3, No 1 (2010)

Articles

Dehumanization of higher education - new danger to medicine

Petrov V.I.

Abstract

Realisation of third generation of standards of the higher professional medical education generates a tendency for its dehumanization that contradicts requirements to a professional role of the doctor. Reforming of the higher professional medical education, its division into two levels, theoretical and practical with an increase in duration of training, could solve the problem.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):4-6
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BIOETHICS AS APPLIED PHILOSOPHY

Sedova N.N.

Abstract

Theoretical bioethics can exist as applied philosophy only when its axiological and deontological components are correlated hierarchically. The priority of axiological judgments over deontological ones allows it to carry out the methodological and world outlook role, the priority of deontological components eliminates the philosophical content and, finally, transforms bioethics into a subsystem of the natural law, at best, and in the worst case - in one of interpretative positive law models.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):7-10
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BIOETHICS IN RUSSIAN CULTURAL TRADITION

Sergeeva N.V.

Abstract

The author considers bioethics as an axiological reflexion of the attitude to life, death, health and in this sense it describes it as a culture phenomenon. Bioethical motives in Russian literature are traced, the metodological and world outlook basis of domestic bioethics in Russian philosophy of culture are explicated.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):11-15
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TOLERANCE METHODOLOGY IN IMPLEMENTING OF THE PRINCIPLE "RESPECT OF THE PATIENT'S AUTONOMY "

Miroshnikova O.V., Grebenyuk M.O., Grebenuk M.O.

Abstract

The aim of this article is to consider tolerance as a value of contemporary society. The argument it defends is that tolerance is the value most consistent with and necessary to the pursuit of peaceful coexistence. The argument of this article is that tolerance is of central importance. A part of the concern of this article is to explain why tolerance should be embraced. The author touches upon the role of tolerance in medicine and shows its relationship with the Principle of Respect for Patient's Autonomy.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):16-18
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WHAT FOR ETHICAL COMMITTEES IN HOSPITAL NECESSARY?

Shamov I.A.

Abstract

Ethical committee of hospitals - the tool which regularly addresses to ethical standards of a science and a politics of health of patients.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):19-23
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THE MODEL OF COMPLEMENTATION BETWEEN ETHICAL COMMITTEES AND ETHICAL ADVISERS

Vargina S.A.

Abstract

The activity of ethical committees in Russia will be based only on enthusiasm of small experts group until regulation documents on this activity are be accepted. No institute of ethical advisers yet exists here for the same reasons - illegitimacy and ignorance.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):24-25
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BIOETHICAL PARADIGM OF MEDICAL EDUCATION

Andrijanova E.A., Katrunov V.A., Kuznetsova M.N.

Abstract

The paper considereds the content, problem and functions of bioethical education in a medical university, it defines the role of bioethics in the training of a modern phisician. Authors propose competency model of experts training and separate basic competents, formed in the course of Bioethic.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):26-30
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PROBLEM OF FORMATION OF VALUES IN STUDENTS OF MEDICAL HIGH SCHOOL IN THE COURSE OF PROFESSIONALISATION

Levchuk, K.A., Chusovljanova S.V.

Abstract

The article shows, how harmonious and effective development of intellectual and personal-professional qualities can help professional formation of the doctor. Success the mastering of professional competence essentially depends on motivation, and personal features and intellectual qualities define the way of professionalisation.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):31-33
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AUDIT PRINCIPLES IN PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES AND TRANING AND CHANGE OF ETHICAL BASES OF THE MEDICAL PROFESSION

Muharjamova L.M., Mingazova D.R.

Abstract

The article discusses critical views of modern western researchers on problems of creation of mechanisms of public and internal control over medicine within the framework of the phenomenon of "audit explosion» in western societies and in the context of cultural changes in medical professioncon. In the course of modernisation of systems of public health services and medical education there are important transformations of social contexts of medical practice and training, affecting such bases of medicine, as professional values and meaning, the nature of medical knowledge and judgement.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):34-40
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WHETHER ACCELERATED CLINICAL TESTS ARE ETHICAL?

Vlasov V.V.

Abstract

The Vice-president of the Inter-regional Society of experts of evidance-based medicine professor V.V.Vlasov has kindly passed to us the letter sent by a group of patients. The editer board considers the issue rather important and publishes the letter completely. We hope, that our readers will express theier opinions on the mentioned problem.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):41-44
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BIOETHICAL ASPECTS OF MEDICAL SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCHES

Zhilenko E.L., Perekalsky M.А., Gomerova N.I.

Abstract

In this article the authors consider medico-social researches from the point of view of bioethics. They touch upon problems of anonymity and confidentiality when carrying out medico- social researches and propose possible modes of them solution. The authors hold the opinion that availability of ethical estimation and approval of medico-social researches provide legitimacy and legality of their implementation, with ethic requirements acquire validity.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):45-46
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Plagiarism as violation of ethical norms in medical research

Zasypkina T.A., , Mikhailova D.O.

Abstract

The article is devoted to plagiarism in medicine, appropriation of authorship, violation of ethical norms
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):47-49
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MORALLY-ETHICAL EXAMINATION OF THE PROJECT OF THE FEDERAL LAW «ABOUT PROTECTION OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH OF THE POPULATION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION »

Siluyanova I.V.

Abstract

In the article the project of the Federal law «About protection of reproductive health of the population of the Russian Federation » in a context of its conformity to the international legal norms and ethical standards, and also the current national legislation is discussed.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):50-53
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CELLULAR TECHNOLOGIES: DANGEROUS COMMERCE IN OBSTETRICS

Adzhienko V.L.

Abstract

The article considers from bioethical positions case from Russian judiciary practice of resolution of a conflict in connection with application of stem cells. The Department of public health services of a city has forbidden rendering of services in obtaning and storage of umbilical blood for a subsequent withdrawal of stem cells in connection with absence of regulations for application of this technology. The Department decision has met with a negative response in regional mass-media, it also has been by antimonopoly service as a violation of the legislation on competition; a civil suit about infringement of the rights of the patient has been submitted. In a judicial order validity of the actions of the Department has been established. The Precedent of judicial consideration of a conflict concerning application of cellular technologies in Russia confirms the fact that there exist unresolved ethical and legal problems in this area.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):54-56
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ALTERNATIVES OF DECISION-MAKING IN MEDICAL PRACTICE: RULES OF LAW AND ETHICAL DILEMMAS

Donika A.D., Tolkunov V.I.

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In the article legal and moral consequences of failure to render medical assistance by the doctor to the patient are considered. The analysis of current national legislation is made on an example of real cases of judiciary practice of Federal chamber of Lawyers of the Russian Federation.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):57-59
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ETHICAL PROBLEMS OF IN VITRO FERTILISATION

Tkachenko L.V., Marchukov I.D., Suntsova K.V.

Abstract

Possibility of giving birth to a child by of an HIV-infected woman with the help of in vitro fertilization is considered.
Bioethics. 2010;3(1):60-61
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Trebovaniya dlya avtorov

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Bioethics. 2010;3(1):62-63
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