Health care a "right" or a "privilege"? - Page 2Register Today!
- Feb 9 by metal_m0nkNegligence in the way you have described it is meaningless in a nation with soceioeconomic inequality, poor education and capitalistic values.
But regardless of my personal views, it would be wildly irresponsible for me as a professional to allow "worthiness" to inform my decisions about who should or shouldn't receive care.
- Feb 21 by blackvans1234In 'Merika, Its a privledge
-The 21 yr old Full Time nursing student who works per diem at a hospital and does not have health insurance. (Parent's cant ''afford'' it)
- Feb 22 by MunoRNI think as long as the question is posed as something so non-specific it's going to be hard to find any consensus. "Healthcare" includes an extremely wide range of things. I think you'll find the answer to "is erectile dysfunction treatment a right?" is much different than the question "is pain control for a dying patient a right?"