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physcial therapy

R B Purtilo
The purpose of this presentation is to increase the physcial therapist's understanding of the current concept of a "right to health care" and to explore the moral implications for physical therapy arising out of the various interpretations currently being advanced. The term "right" is used in two ways: 1) "freedom right," providing freedoms from certain types of interferences and 2) "entitlement rights," calling for positive action on the part of others. The right to health care is viewed as an entitlement right...
June 1979: Physical Therapy
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