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Sport Med Legal/Eth

Sports Med Legal and Ethical Terms

TermDefinition
Touching someone without their permission. Battery
Doing something that a reasonable person would or would not do under similar circumstances Commission
Failing to do something that a reasonable person would or would not do under similar circumstances Omission
Failing to inform a participant of potential risks and dangers. Failure to Warn
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act HIPAA
Being informed of all procedures and the potential risks and benefits of each. Informed Consent
The legal responsibility to act in a reasonable and prudent manner. Liability
When an individual commits a negligent act while providing care. Malpractice
Failure to use ordinary or reasonable care. In order to prove Negligence
Federal legislation that opens up services, facilities, and opportunities to people with disabilities. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
The "golden rule” of the sports world. Fair Play and Sportmanship
Substances used for the express purpose to perform better athletically. Performance Enhancing Drugs
No person shall be excluded on the basis of gender or be denied the benefit of any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance Title IX - Gender Equity
Created by: ntgibson