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Title: Ética y trabajo social sanitario
Author: Montolio Herrera, Marta
Tutor: Rodríguez Monter, Miryam  
Abstract: Ethics is a branch of philosophy that refers to the study that deals with reflecting on what is right or wrong in human behavior, as well as the moral norms that regulate human relationships. All professions have different ways of doing that distinguish them from others. In the case of Social Work, since it is a profession that works for people in order to achieve optimal social and personal well-being, it must integrate ethical aspects into its practice. Professional ethics is a fundamental issue in the day to day of these professionals as they must face a wide variety of conflicts or ethical dilemmas. The intervention in health social work requires an ethical reflection at all times. For this reason it is intended to conduct an investigation in order to know the most relevant ethical issues that arise in the intervention of the social worker in his professional practice and on how to act so as not to violate the rights of the people.
Keywords: ethical dilemmas
medical-social work
social intervention
professional ethics
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jul-2018
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