Ethique Médecine et Politiques Publiques is a quarterly digital journal that installs a dialogue between the cultural and scientific approaches. First of all, it corresponds to a set of ethical conceptions of the medical domain. Secondly, it presents medicine as a science whose purpose is the study, treatment, and prevention of disease. It is the art of maintaining or restoring a living being to its best possible physical conditions. Finally, public health is a discipline that approaches health collectively in all its dimensions and whose aim is to improve the health of the population as a whole.
Ethique Médecine et Politiques Publiques aims to compare the North American and French approaches to medical ethics. It publishes original research articles and the latest advances in the field in English and French. Thus, in their mother tongue, authors present their work on the legitimacy and consequences of medical ethics. In a field that should consistently question and renew itself, Ethique Médecine et Politiques Publiques brings its readers exceptionally pertinent reflections on the intersections between care, medicine, and their ethics. This journal at the crossroads of science and philosophy will enrich your perspective on current events in public health.
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