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Chapter 10


Four basic principles of health care autonomy, justice, beneficence, and nonmaleficence
Autonomy respecting the client's right to make choices for himself or herself
Justice Being Fair
Beneficence Doing Good, or promoting it
Nonmaleficence Doing no harm
Providing a safe environment is an example of Nonmaleficence
Showing respect and protecting a client's dignity is an example of Beneficence
Treating all clients with equal care and attention, regardless of their condition or temperament, is an example of Justice
Respecting personal preferences is an example of Autonomy
Which question is not helpful when deciding on an ethical solution to a problem Does the solution benefit you
Created by: mackenziemarie21