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Ethics Test Review
Terms in this set (24)
What are ethics?
Moral principles and values that govern individual behavior
What are morals?
Values that you attribute to a system of beliefs that help us define right from wrong, good versus bad.
What is the
"Do no harm" ethical value
"Do Good" ethical value
"Self-Determination" ethical value
"Equal Treatment" ethical value
Can there be conflicts among these 4 basic ethical values?
yes often these over cross but you most prioritize what's best for the client.
What is confidentiality?
Protecting information against unauthorized access and use.
When do we break confidentiality?
- child abuse past or present
- abuse of elder or dependent adult
-imminent risk to self harm
- imminent risk to others ( reasonably identifiable vicitim
What is informed consent and why is it important?
A written agreement to participate in a study made by an adult who has been informed of all the risks that participation may entail.
people you relate to in order to achieve success and work together, setting boundaries within those relationships.
refers to any situation where multiple roles exist between a therapist and a client. Examples of dual relationships are when the client is also a student, friend, family member, employee or business associate of the therapist.
the power to produce a desired result or effect.
Refers to the relationship between a healthcare professional and a client (or patient). It is the means by which a therapist and a client hope to engage with each other, and effect beneficial change in the client.
The consideration of the outcomes of your work with clients, can be through self-reflection or external evaluation
What 4 things are key in decision making?
facts, ethical principles, options, evaluation.
Boundaries are physical, emotional and mental limits we set to protect ourselves from being manipulated, used, or harmed by others.
Beliefs and Values
Important aspects of identity, abstract ideas. What you believe in and what you find valuable. Influenced by family, gender, religion/spirituality, language, ideology, media, and government
Requirements to breach confidentiality
Client is an imminent danger to themselves or others.
Respecting the rights of others and giving them what is rightfully theirs.
Doing good or causing good to be done; kindly action.
duty to do no harm.
standards of what is right/wrong with regard to important social values and norms.
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