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Taking responsability for your actions,being answerable
A manner of thought or feeling expressed in a persona's behavior
Independence, personal liberty
What people do and say
Care of Ethics
A set of standards for behavior based on values
Portecting the privacy of any confidential information, either spoken or written
Monetary compensation awarded by a court for an injury caused by the act of another
The person against whom a civil or criminal action is braught
Pretial statemant of a witness under oath, taken in question-and-anwer form, as it would be in court, with opportunity given to the adverdary to be present to cross-examine
Seeing a difference; prejudicial treatment of a person
Capacity to share and undertand the feelings or ideas of another
Behavior that is based on values(beliefs); how we make judgments in regard to right and wrong
All the meand by which any alleged natter of fact; the truth of which is submitted to investigaton at trial , is established or disproved; evidence includes the testimony of witnesses and the introduction of record, documents, exhibition, object, or any o
A eitness who has special knowledge of the subject about which he or she is to testify; the knwledge must generally be such as is not normally possessed by the average person
Doing what one promises
A sexually oriented atmosphere or pattern of behavior that is determinied to be sexual harassment
A nonexplicit agreement that impacts some aspect of the employment relationship
A doctrine that state that befor a patient is aked to consent to a risky or invasive diagnostic or treatment produre he or she is entitled to receive certain information.
The condition of being responsible either for damages resulting from an injurious act or from discharging an obligation of debt
PRofessional negligence of a heath care professional; failure to provide"good and accepted medical care"