Scopul nostru este sprijinirea şi promovarea cercetării ştiinţifice şi facilitarea comunicării între cercetătorii români din întreaga lume.
Autori: Orsolya Horber, Karoly Zilahi
Editorial: Revista Romana de Bioetica, 4(2), p.pp63-67, 2006.
1920-1930 are the years of swing, the years of evenings spent to Adlon Hotel in Berlin, the years of Max Reinhardt’s movies, the years of Coco Channel’s fashion.
But, in the same time, are the years of the economy crisis, of the unemployment. Inter-war Europe has been tensioned.
The fall of democracy, the raise of dictatorship and the modern propaganda influenced social relationship.
The state was involved more and more in the private life of the citizens and this way the physician-patient relationship was compromised. But, which were the causes of medical unemployment that lead to medical market segregation; which were the rights of patient and physician? We try to find out answers for these questions, considering the historical context of the physician-patient relationship in the inter-war years.
Cuvinte cheie: physician's rights, patient's rights, political movements, health care insurance.