By Spyros Doxiadis (auth.), Professor Spyros Doxiadis MD (eds.)
The first feedback and alternate of principles for this Workshop started approximately years in the past while, on the invitation of Professor E Bennett, Director of well-being and defense of the fee of the ecu groups and Professor W W Holland of the Panel of Social medication and Epidemiology of the EEC, I requested the Panel to sponsor a undertaking for the research of moral matters in Preventive medication. The Panel gave its approval and help and requested Dr L Karhausen, Dr R Blaney, and me to adopt the making plans. on account that then we have now had numerous conferences in Brussels and feature additional Professor Heleen Terborgh-Dupuis and Mrs Susie Stewart to our small making plans group. The making plans Committee invited many specialists to collaborate with us at the undertaking and, as will be obvious from the record of members, they characterize many medical disciplines and plenty of nations. a couple of 12 months in the past we additionally requested for the assistance and sponsorship of the NATO technology Council which was once generously given. The end result of our efforts was once the Workshop held in Athens in January 1985, the complaints of that are inside the current publication. The participants of the making plans Committee and the contributors on the Workshop wish to exhibit due to Mr H Durand, Secretary basic for NATO clinical Affairs and Dr M di Lullo, Programme Director of N A TO clinical Affairs and to Professor Bennett and Professor Holland for the entire ethical and fiscal aid they've got given to this project.
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The solons of the professions of medicine, nursing, law, and religion in the state were asked to donate their time and reviewed all the material in order to refme and validate it from a professional point of view. They also served as speakers who met for discussion and then conducted the meetings. As a result of this exercise, we asked for feedback on the various problems that people felt they were facing in their health care delivery system. About 1000 responses were received from people on issues that they considered particularly important.
So we had to pay government to pay attention. In the end we paid about $18 000 to government to pay attention to people's problems with bioethics. We have a health planning system that divides the state up into three areas. We asked each area to find citizens interested in bioethical experiences. These came mainly from those who had suffered from the existing system in some way - those, for example, with a retarded child not considered eligible for care at the state hospital but not eligible either for care at home; people caught in the bureaucratic vagaries of the system.
And I would like to re-emphasise that clinical and preventive medicine are intrinsically different in a whole range of areas. The population or community is different from the sum of the individuals who make it up. Society has an ethos which is built into its institutions, rather than its individuals, so that, for example, in large bureaucratic organisations employing many thousands of people, the loss of one individual, even the top man, makes no real difference to the institution. It continues with its own ethos, with its own traditions, irrespective of individuals and their power.
Ethical Issues in Preventive Medicine by Spyros Doxiadis (auth.), Professor Spyros Doxiadis MD (eds.)