El principio vulnerabilidad: definición y alcance en el ámbito de la investigación con personas

The principle of vulnerability: definition and scope in the field of research with people

O princípio da vulnerabilidade: definição e alcance no campo da pesquisa com pessoas

  • Sergio Ramos Pozón Escola d’Infermeria. Universidad de Barcelona (Barcelona, España)
  • Bernabé Robles del Olmo Hospital de Sant Boi-Sant Joan de Déu (Sant Boi de Llobregat, Barcelona, España)
Palabras clave: Vulnerabilidad, Investigación, Salud mental, Bioética
Key-words: Vulnerability, Research, Mental health, Bioethics
Palavras chave: Vulnerabilidade, Pesquisar, Saúde mental, Bioética

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Ramos Pozón, Sergio; Robles del Olmo, Bernabé. El principio vulnerabilidad: definición y alcance en el ámbito de la investigación con personas. Cultura de los cuidados. 2022; (64): 201-15. Disponible en: https://ciberindex.com/c/cc/64201cc [acceso: 24/05/2024]
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