Personal Autonomy D026684

Related MeSH Hierarchy (5)

Anthropology, Education, Sociology, and Social Phenomena [I] » Social Sciences [I01] » Sociology » Social Control, Formal » Human Rights » Freedom » Personal Autonomy

Health Care [N] » Health Care Quality, Access, and Evaluation [N05] » Ethics » Principle-Based Ethics » Personal Autonomy

Psychiatry and Psychology [F] » Psychological Phenomena [F02] » Personal Autonomy

Humanities [K] » Humanities [K01] » Philosophy » Morals » Ethics » Principle-Based Ethics » Personal Autonomy

Health Care [N] » Health Care Economics and Organizations [N03] » Social Control, Formal » Human Rights » Freedom » Personal Autonomy

Description

Self-directing freedom and especially moral independence. An ethical principle holds that the autonomy of persons ought to be respected. (Bioethics Thesaurus)   MeSH

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