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Ethics The system or code of conduct and morals advocated by a particular individual or group
Values Quality or standard that is desirable or worthy of esteem in itself
Professional Custom Rule Same information given to all patients
Autonomy Patients are to be treated as individuals and informed about procedures to facilitate appropriate decisions
Covenantal Agreement between provider and patient grounded on traditional values
Virtue Ethics Focuses on the use of practical wisdom for emotional and intellectual problem solving
Parental/priestly Provider thinks he or she knows what is best for patients
Consequentialism Advocates providing the greatest good for the greatest number
Contractual Business relationship where provider and patient both have obligations, rights, and responsibilities
Deontology Uses personal rules of right and wrong
Engineering Provider views patient as a condition or procedure
Informed consent A legal condition whereby a person can be said to have given permission based upon an appreciation and understanding of the facts and implications of any actions.
Professionalism Awareness of conduct, aims, and qualities defining a given profession, familiarity with professional code of ethics, and understanding of ethical schools of thought, patient-professional interaction models, and patients’ rights.
Collegial Mutual cooperation between provider and patient
General agreement Blanket statement of informed consent
Code of Ethics May not provide specific answers, but rather a framework (like a syllabus). Leads to developing understanding of personal/professional morality and responsibility
Subjective substantial disclosure rule Discuss all possible ramifications
Patient reference rule Tell the patient what they want to know
Biomedical Ethics Branch of ethics dealing with dilemmas faced by medical professionals, patients, their family and friends
Prudent person rule Satisfy the patient’s need for information
Created by: lefut