The study focuses on abuse committed by a parent or carer and aims at analyzing the victim and the perpetrator, family environment, injuries and judicial consequences of physical abuse.
Method: All police reports on physical child abuse (0-14 years old) in a designated police district in Sweden during 1986-1996 were examined, as well as any judicial proceedings that followed.
Originally established as an instrument of ethical self-regulation in the medical profession, the ethical committee soon advanced to a statutory institution and is now on the way to becoming the body charged with judicial control in medical research.
Depending on the different organizations of social care, there are several premises of obtaining financial compensation; ignoring these rules might cause considerable discrepancies and judicial differences.
The Constitution and elections legislation recognise essential democratic and electoral rights and establish administrative procedures and judicial remedies for enforcing them.
Recently we argued that social justice is concerned with human well-being, which is best understood as involving plural, irreducible dimensions, each of which represents something of independent moral significance.
In this paper, we address why considerations of justice, and not utilitarian aims as applied narrowly to health outcomes, are most foundational to public health.
Perceived social justice, long-term unemployment and health
Arguments and conclusion: This definition gives the opportunity, to prove whether rationing meets ethical criteria of justice concerning the allocation and distribution of basic goods.
In order to ensure a human supply of necessary medical and nursing services, the author promotes an ethical reflection in terms of a theory of justice.