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Joseph M. Mfutso-Bengo [3]Joseph Matthew Mfutso-Bengo [1]
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    Important but Neglected Ethical and Cultural Considerations in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS in Malawi.Adamson S. Muula & Joseph M. Mfutso-Bengo - 2004 - Nursing Ethics 11 (5):479-488.
    Southern African countries have the highest HIV infection rates in the world. In most of the countries in the region, the rate among adults is at least 10%. The fight against HIV/AIDS has mostly been inadequate owing to the lack of proper consideration of ethical and cultural issues. In this article, the authors discuss the ethical and cultural dilemmas concerning HIV/AIDS, with Malawi as a case in point. It is argued that increasing financial resources alone, as exemplified by the Global (...)
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    The Ethics of Developed Nations Recruiting Nurses from Developing Countries: The Case of Malawi.Adamson S. Muula, Joseph M. Mfutso-Bengo, Joan Makoza & Elita Chatipwa - 2003 - Nursing Ethics 10 (4):433-438.
    There is currently a global shortage of nurses. Developing countries such as Malawi are among those hardest hit by this shortage. The demands on available nurses have increased and at the same time there is a lack of interest in becoming a nurse owing to the poor working conditions among those still employed in the service. It is questionable if developed nations should recruit nurses from countries such as Malawi, where severe human resource constraints are being experienced. We argue in (...)
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    Bioethics as moral capital: a social comparative advantage for Malawi's rapid, sustainable development within a competitive globalized world.Joseph Matthew Mfutso-Bengo - 2015 - Malawi: University of Malawi, College of Medicine.
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    When is Public Disclosure of HIV Seropositivity Acceptable?Adamson S. Muula & Joseph M. Mfutso-Bengo - 2005 - Nursing Ethics 12 (3):288-295.
    HIV/AIDS is a major public health problem in Africa. Stigmatization, discrimination and lack of appropriate health care are among the commonest challenges that HIV infected persons and their families face. It has been suggested that among the tools available in the fight against stigmatization and discrimination is public disclosure of a person’s HIV seropositive status. While public disclosure of HIV status has a place in the fight against HIV and AIDS, especially by resulting in behavioural change among people who know (...)
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