Revista Romana de Bioetica

Revista Romana de Bioetica (RRB) is an international quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal that reflects the whole domain of bioethics. RRB aims to serve as a nonpartisan and cross-cultural forum devoted to exploring current ethical issues in developing countries, by forging bridges between the bioethics discourse, research and public health ethics analysis in developed and developing countries. Therefore, RRB targets a broad audience that includes: government and health care leaders; health care advocates; scholars of bioethics; and others concerned with health and health care issues in the developing world. It publishes target articles, peer commentary, book reviews, original qualitative and quantitative research in any field of bioethics and, comments on developments in law and medicine. To ensure international relevance Revista Romana de Bioetica has Editorial Board members from all around the world.  The 2014 Impact Factor is 0.462.

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ISSN print 1583-5170

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Vol 13, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editorial

ETHICS OF CARE, CULTURE AND MARGINALITY PDF
Teodora Manea

Original Articles

JURIDICAL EXPERTISE ON GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS LAWSUITS: THE HIGHER COUNCIL OF HEALTH OF TURKEY PDF
Ilgili Onder, Arda Berna
DEEPENING DILEMMA OF HUNGER STRIKES IN TURKEY: HOW DO WE APPROACH IT IF THE CHILDREN ARE ON STRIKE? PDF
Mustafa Cumhur İzgi, Elif Vatanoğlu-Lutz
THE 5 ES OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE – AN IN-DEPTH ADVERSE RESEARCH BRINGS TO SURFACE THE MALEFICENT PRACTICES AND THE MALPRACTICE PDF
Crina Rădulescu, Teodora Biţoiu, Diana Bulgaru – Iliescu
ETHICAL AND PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF AUTOPSY EXAMINATION PDF
Florin Mitu, Doina Mihailă, Petru Plămădeală, Mioara Trandafirescu, Maria Magdalena Leon, Ovidiu Mitu, Elena Cojocaru
INFERTILITY IN MEN – BIOETHICAL AND GENETIC CONSIDERATIONS PDF
Diana Paun, Daniela Dinu Draganescu, Sorin Paun, Oltea Joja, Suzana Vladoiu, Horatiu Draganescu
THE PRINCIPLE OF INFORMED CONSENT IN EMERGENCY SURGERY – EQUIVOCAL SITUATION IN MAKING LIFE-SAVING DECISIONS PDF
Daniel Timofte, Lidia Ionescu, Radu Danila, Roxana Maria Livadariu, Sorin T. Barbu, Laura Stoica
ASPECTS OF PASSING THE UNFORTUNATE MEDICAL INFORMATION TO PATIENTS WITH BREAST CANCER PDF
Anna Beata Pacian, Jolanta Agnieszka Pacian, Agnieszka Kowalska Kowalska
ATTITUDES OF MEDICAL STUDENTS FROM TWO POLISH UNIVERSITIES TOWARDS EUTHANASIA BASED ON THEIR PERMANENT PLACE OF RESIDENCE PDF
Wojciech Leppert, Maria Forycka, Tomasz Buss, Mikołaj Majkowicz
DIFFERENCES IN PSYCHO-PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY RELATED TO THE SERIOUSNESS OF OFFENCE AND THE RELAPSE / REVEALED BY THE POLYGRAPH TECHNIQUE PDF
Csaba Kiss
ETHICAL CHALLENGES IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF ENDOMETRIOSIS PDF
Monica Holicov, Mihaela Tîrnovanu, Alina Onofriescu, Mihaela Moscalu, Dragoş Nemescu, Mircea Onofriescu


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