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Bioethics Ch 7

Self Care Caring for yourself in a professional role
Self Respect Holding yourself in high regard.
Personal Values System the set of values you have reflected on and chosen that will help you lead a good life.
Duties to Yourself commitments that you make to yourself to uphold your moral life
Aspiration an ideal standard of excellence toward which you strive
Exemplar someone who demonstrates a quality to an unusually high degree, therefore becoming an example to others
Conscience The internal recognition of the moral quality of ones actions and motives
Conscious Objection an act of resistance or defiance against existing practices, policies, laws, and other expectations that others in that person's position have agreed to.
Reflection Group A mechanism that allows you to gain the insights of others when faced with or looking back on a difficult ethical decision
Created by: raney11