keywords:
Bookmark and Share



Front Back
Truth Telling
Veracity
patient & practioner having a trusting relationship
Veracity
principle based on the concept of fairness
justice
states that it is ok for the practioner to lie to the patient for his/her own good
benevolent deception
principle requires the healthcare practitioner to respect the patient\'s privacy and not share protected information
Confidentiality
principle that states the practitioner has a moral obligation to keep his/her commitments and promises to the patient
Fidelity
\"principle based on \"\"do no harm\"\"\"
beneficience
type of justice that has NO place in healthcare
retributive justice
principle based on the idea that patients have the right to make their own decisions about healthcare.
autonomy
Code of Conduct for physicians and served as the basis for other professional codes of ethics
Hippocratic Oath
Hippocratic Oath requires physician to protect this...
Patient Confidentiality
Can a healthcare worker lose his/her license if they break their professional code of ethics?
Yes
What must a profession satisfy?
\"Indespensible social need
T/F A profession should not be used as merely a stepping stone to other occupations.
TRUE
T/F A profession has little room for members to exercise discretion and judgement as the time and manner of the performance of duty
FALSE
\"Worth
goodness or desirability of something\"
deals with rules and obedience; judgements of right/wrong in human action/character.
Morals
\"Deals with evaluation and responsibility. The \"\"How\"\" to examine morals.\"
Ethics
based on Divine Law
Morals
Based on Natural Law
Ethics
T/F Ethics are a systematic reflection of moral standards
TRUE
\"T/F A persons ethical conduct is influenced by family
culture & society.\"
Based on religion beliefs
Morals
\"System of valued behaviors
beliefs that govern proper conduct to ensure protection of the individual rights\"
Concepts/ideals which give meaning to your life
Values
Independent of rational inquiry. We just KNOW it\'s right.
Morals
Two major ethical theories
Deontological/Teleological
Goal Driven
teleological
Duty Driven
deontological
Flexible
teleological
Not flexible
deontological
ends justify means
teleological
MUST follow rules/ black&white
deontological
x of y cards