Conscientious refusal in healthcare: the Swedish solution

Journal of Medical Ethics 2017; 43:257-259.
Author: Munthe C
“The Swedish solution to the legal handling of professional conscientious refusal in healthcare is described. No legal right to conscientious refusal for any profession or class of professional tasks exists in Sweden, regardless of the religious or moral background of the objection. The background of this can be found in strong convictions about the importance of public service provision and related civic duties, and ideals about rule of law, equality and non-discrimination.”
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