‘If he dies with the papers of his brother, his brother will be considered dead’. Moral understandings of health professionals about the use of deception to overcome restrictions in access to healthcare

Clinical Ethics 15 (2):84-93 (2020)

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Although scholars in bioethics usually consider the exclusion of migrants from basic healthcare as unjust, it remains unclear how health professionals should ethically deal with policies restrictin...
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