5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- involuntary commitment
- moral behavior
- a Procedure of placing some mentally ill people in a psychiatric hospital or other facility based on their potential danger to themselves or others, or their inability to care for themselves
- b conduct that results form serious critical thinking about how individuals ought to treat others
- c Term applied to ethics within the concept of medicine, nursing and allied health.
- d words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
- e written untruths that are harmful to someone's reputation
5 Multiple choice questions
- The science that deals with the rightness and wrongness of actions
- One's duty to benefit or promote the good of others
- when confidential information is disclosed to a third party without patient consent or court order.
- The right to refuse medication and the right to the least restrictive treatment alternative.
- based on the notion of a hypothetical social contract between free, equal and rational person: concept of justice reflects a duty to treat all individuals equally and fairly
5 True/False questions
values → An offensive touching or use of force on a person without his or her consent.
absolute right → a right on which the society has agreed and formalized into law.
defamation of character → One's duty to benefit or promote the good of others
utilitarianism → suggests that decisions and actions are bound by a sense of duty. decisions made out of respect for moral law. I make this choice because it is morally right and my duty to do so.
Ethical dilemmas → requires a person to make a choice between two equally unfavorable alternatives. occur when moral appeals can be made for taking either of two opposing courses of action. taking no action is considered an action taken