Epidemiology Ethics

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Definition of Ethics is a branch of philosophy that gives attention to the right and wrong things by moral approach.
Epidemiology Ethics
The main principles of Ethics:
1. Freedom 
Ethics does not give force of something to do on a particular subject, including animals.
2. Non-maleficence
The action given is not damage and harm.
3. Beneficence
What to do is good and useful thing.  
4. Justice
It is the principle to be equity and fairness.
Epidemiology ethics elements basically consist of three main elements and can be described as the balance of triangular relationship among truth, risk, and benefit.
The explanation is as follows:
1. Truth 
Ethics is a truth seeker, formulating truth, making the guidelines, and trying to uphold the truth fairly.
2. Risk 
Ethics always considers any possible risks or dangers that may occur from any intervention or service.
3. Benefit 
Ethics always wants to see the value of advantages, kindness / benefit, allowance, or income from any activity related to ethics.

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