Case Study Of Ethical Dilemmas In Public Hospitals

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4. Ethical dilemmas in Public Hospitals in Thailand
Most organizations face ethical dilemmas that are situations in which there is a choice to be made between two options, neither of which resolves the situation in an ethically acceptable manner. In some cases, societal and personal ethical guidelines can provide dissatisfactory outcome for the chooser. Ethical dilemmas consider that the chooser will abide by societal norms, such as codes of law or policies given, in order to make the choice ethically impossible.
4.1. Case Study 1: Legalization of Abortion Pills in Thailand
According to the Thai law, abortions are illegal in Thailand, except for the girls under the age of 15 or with a serious illness, and when the pregnancy threatens the woman’s health or results from rape or incest. Actually, the abortion law is rarely enforced, and illegal abortions remain common and an important public health issue for women in Thailand. There is evidence of wide public support led by women's groups, some medical and legal professionals for reforming of abortion laws to widen the circumstances under which an abortion is legal.
Over the past few years, the public health ministry has ordered a nationwide
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Besides, they might have misunderstanding between legal and free abortions are same things but it is truly different meaning. Because of this might lead them to oppose on this
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