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What is human dignity and how should we observe this in medical situations?

Healthcare professionals need to understand that people who voluntarily participated in any research or experiment are human subjects, not an object. Human dignity is referred to as the individual sense of self-respect. However, in the healthcare environment, human dignity meaning is different, it refers to an aspect of privacy, respect, and autonomy. In the case of hospital and health care organizations there is a need for a certain code of ethics while dealing with patients which include preserving human dignity, patient equality and freedom from suffering.

Patients as agents

In 1796, medical science started to conduct human experiments. The English physician Edward Jenner injected an 8-year-old boy with the pus of cowpox and exposed him as an infected carrier of smallpox. Was this justified to develop a smallpox vaccine in such a way? Several other cases of unethical medical experiments continue in the year to come. One of the devastating experiments done in history is on Nazi’s prisoners, where scientists induced prisoners with hypothermia or exposed to diseases like tuberculosis.

Disclosure of unethical research

On June 16, 1996, Henry Beecher had published his paper where he bought a light to the 22 fail and unethical experiments that were conducted by the medical school, government agencies and hospitals without mentioning their names. The main subject of his research is too exposed to utter failure and unethical ways of handling human dignity. One good result that comes out of his disclosure that after two decades the federal government issued some rules and regulations in order to protect the human subjects to be involved in any kind of trial and experiment.

Human subjects

Still leading medical schools and hospitals across the world continue to conduct unethical human experiments under the cover of secrecy. The most important question arises when conducting any medical trials or human experiments is whether exposing human subjects to risks justifies the advancement in the field of medical science? Many of these medical subjects get chosen for experiments and are quite often vulnerable or desperate. So even any experiments got positive result does not mean that the experiment is done in an ethical or acceptable way.


Healthcare experts need to understand that the people who voluntarily opt to be a part of research does mean that they are not a human being, they are a part of the research subjects, not the object. They should be treated with the utmost care and dignity because that is their right. It is the duty of the professionals and researchers to make sure that the subjects need to understand what they are getting into, the process, the risks faced and they should not be pressurized to give consent.

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