Ethics and Law in Clinical Practice: Public Health
Keywords:Health, Public, Ethics
Background: Public health is the study of disease prevention to enhance individuals' quality of life. Since the 14th century, public health research has grown in Indonesia.
Aim: This research aimed to discuss issues on the health sector, with the primary area of debate being law.
Method: This research employs a systematic review of the literature, which belongs to qualitative approach, that is organized by subject and then thoroughly assessed.
Findings: Public health services are designed to help people improve their health and reduce the risks of exercising their right to health. A multicultural society is today's public-health concern.
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