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Title:OSEBE OKUŽENE S HIV IN OBOLELE ZA AIDSOM-pravni in etični vidiki
Authors:Makovec, Nina (Author)
Kraljić, Suzana (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:POVZETEK Osebe, okužene s HIV in obolele za aidsom, predstavljajo eno izmed najranljivejših skupin, saj so v družbi zaradi svoje bolezni pogosto deležne negativnih odzivov in preziranja. Takšne osebe so skorajda v vseh segmentih družbe žrtve stigmatizacije in diskriminacije, kar nedvomno pomeni resno kršenje njihovih človekovih pravic. Diplomska naloga se na eni strani vsebinsko nanaša na situacije, v katerih se HIV pozitivna oseba znajde kot potencialna žrtev različnih kaznivih dejanj, zaradi narave virusa HIV pa so na drugi strani obravnavane tudi možne inkriminacije v zvezi z ogrožanji in okužbami s HIV ter njihove legitimacijske podlage. Obravnavane tematike sem se lotila zato, ker je po mojem mnenju to tisto področje, ki je v Sloveniji premalo raziskano in definirano, kajti vedno znova se v zvezi s to boleznijo zaradi njene specifičnosti pojavljajo številna vprašanja, ki sprožajo nove in nove dileme. Posameznikovo zdravstveno stanje je gotovo tista dobrina, v povezavi s katero je potrebno urediti veliko spektrov, med katerimi je gotovo pomembno izpostaviti pravico do zasebnosti in varstva osebnih podatkov okuženega. Posebno področje zdravstvenega varstva in varovanje zasebnosti je sicer urejeno s predpisi in poklicnimi kodeksi, vendar tudi to prav zaradi specifičnosti, ki jo predstavlja okužba z virusom HIV, ni urejeno povsem absolutno. Tako torej ostajajo še odprta vprašanja, ki jih bo v prihodnosti potrebno čim prej urediti, saj je navsezadnje to bolezen, zaradi katere dnevno umre na tisoče ljudi in s katero se na žalost tudi čedalje pogosteje srečujemo.
Keywords:HIV/aids, okužene osebe, etika, kaznivo dejanje, diskriminacija, stigmatizacija, pravica do zasebnosti, poklicna molčečnost, pravice.
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[N. Makovec]
Source:Maribor
UDC:34(043.2)
COBISS_ID:4133163 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:KPQY9LDT
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:HIV-infected persons from AIDS-legal and ethical aspects
Abstract:People infected by HIV and those who have AIDS, portray one of the most endagered groups, and often, as a result of their illness, they sufer from negative reactions and scorn from the society. In almost every segment of the society these people are victims of stigmatization and discrimination, which unambiguously portrays serious violating of their human rights. On the one hand, this papers contensts refer to situations in which people infected by HIV virus find themselves as a potentional victims of numerous criminal acts, and on the other, considering the sole nature of the HIV virus, this paper engages in possible incriminations and their legitimate strongpoints. I've chosen the above mentioned topics, since, in my opinion, this is the area which is not researched and defined enough in Slovenia. Encounting whith this ilness on a daily basis because of its uniqueness, still leaves many unresolved questions which are challeging even more new dilemmmas. Health state of the infected is the area which needs more organizing of its many spheres. One of those spheres is certanly right to privacy and protection of the personal data. Special area of medical care and protection of privacy is otherwise directed by numerous regulations and medical codexes, but not even then, since of its uniqueness, whih is portrayed by infection with HIV virus, isn't completely organized. So we find many areas in which still exist unanswered questions which must be resolved in the future, as soon as possible, since, after all, this is the ilness that kills thousands of people every day, and which unfortunately confronts us more and more.
Keywords:HIV/AIDS, infected individuals, ethics, criminal acts, discrimination, stigmatization, right to privacy, professional secrets, rights.


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