A review and transdisciplinary analysis study is carried out regarding the integration between total quality and health field processes, specifically in primary health care from a general medicine and public health perspective. Main issues of total quality and their focus on health care and the relevance of values, principles and school of thought objectively reflected in total quality processes are reviewed. Emphasis on total quality raises also the need to lead bioethical indicators to an objective condition and pose them as indispensable to complement quality indicators.
quality, dignity, responsibility, autonomy
Octaviano Domínguez Márquez, Academia Nacional Mexicana de Bioética
Presidente de la Academia Nacional Mexicana de Bioética, A.C., México
Carolina Manrique Nava, Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Profesor Titular de la Maestría en Metodología de la Ciencias. CIECAS, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México
Domínguez Márquez, O., & Manrique Nava, C. (2011). Bioethics in primary health care and public health quality. Acta Bioethica, 17(1). Retrieved from https://actabioethica.uchile.cl/index.php/AB/article/view/15673