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Law and Ethics: Chapter 1
List three areas where health care pra…
Define summary judgment
define bioethics
define law
1. the rights, responsibilities, and concerns of health care…
a decision made by a court in a lawsuit in response to a moti…
a discipline dealing with the ethical implications of biologi…
rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized a…
List three areas where health care pra…
1. the rights, responsibilities, and concerns of health care…
Define summary judgment
a decision made by a court in a lawsuit in response to a moti…
21 terms
Chapter 1: Medical Law and Ethics
applied ethics
medical ethics
bioethics
law
The practical application of moral standards that are meant t…
Moral conduct based on principles regulating the behavior of…
Moral dilemmas and issues that are a result of advances in me…
Rules or actions prescribed by a government authority that ha…
applied ethics
The practical application of moral standards that are meant t…
medical ethics
Moral conduct based on principles regulating the behavior of…
Chapter 1 Ethics and the Law Vocab
ethics
unconstitutional
precedent
administrative law
the attempt to develop a means for determining the values of…
an action or law that conflicts with the most fundamental law…
the rules and procedures established by regulatory agencies
the law established by judges and shred throughout England
ethics
the attempt to develop a means for determining the values of…
unconstitutional
an action or law that conflicts with the most fundamental law…
13 terms
Chapter 1 Law and Ethics
What is law?
What is code?
Who is Lorenzo and and Bixby?
4 stages of the legal system?
Enforceable conduct rules of which one must follow. It repres…
Is a group of laws. Or u can say its laws organized together.
stating that people still make mistakes and need protection
1. When an individual takes revenge for wrong doings.... 2.When…
What is law?
Enforceable conduct rules of which one must follow. It repres…
What is code?
Is a group of laws. Or u can say its laws organized together.
Business Law Chapter 1 Ethics and the Law
Statutes
Honesty
Federal Statutes
Integrity
Laws specifically passed by a governing body that has been cr…
Character trait of a person who is open and truthful in deali…
Laws that are passed by the U.S. Congress and signed by the p…
Character trait wherein a person is willing to do the right t…
Statutes
Laws specifically passed by a governing body that has been cr…
Honesty
Character trait of a person who is open and truthful in deali…
37 terms
Business Law: Chapter 1 - Ethics & Sources of Law
ethics
unconstitutional
administrative law
common law
The attempt to develop a means for determining the values of…
An action or law that conflicts with the most fundamental law…
The rules and procedures established by regulatory agencies a…
The law established by judges and shared throughout England i…
ethics
The attempt to develop a means for determining the values of…
unconstitutional
An action or law that conflicts with the most fundamental law…
Law & Ethics chapter1. Study Guide
Ethics
Morals
Medical laws
Violation of medical law
Moral principles & judgments that place needs of common good…
A personal quality of being virtuous. Conduct based on what's…
Rules by federal gov and or court system to regulate medical…
May result in criminal and or civil liability.
Ethics
Moral principles & judgments that place needs of common good…
Morals
A personal quality of being virtuous. Conduct based on what's…
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Law and Ethics Vocabulary - Chapter 1
Amoral
Applied Ethics
Benificence
Bioethics
Lacking or indifferent to moral standards
The practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Principle of doing good
The moral dilemmas and issues of advanced medicine and medica…
Amoral
Lacking or indifferent to moral standards
Applied Ethics
The practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
24 terms
Law and Ethics For Health Professions Chapter 1
Health Care Practitioners
Litigious
Plaintiff
Defendant
Those who are trained to administer medical or health care to…
Prone to engage in lawsuits.
The person bringing charges in a lawsuit.
The person or party against whom criminal or civil charges ar…
Health Care Practitioners
Those who are trained to administer medical or health care to…
Litigious
Prone to engage in lawsuits.
54 terms
Medical Law, Ethics, and Bioethics- Chapter 1
What is applied ethics?
Define litigious?
Why study ethics?
What does R/O mean?
A practical application of moral standards meant to benefit t…
A dispute that results in one party suing another.
We are expected to take the right action when confronted with…
Rule out.
What is applied ethics?
A practical application of moral standards meant to benefit t…
Define litigious?
A dispute that results in one party suing another.
LAW & ETHICS CHAPTER 1 VOCAB
Bioethics
Bioethicists
Code of Ethics
common sense
A discipline dealing with the ethical implications of biologi…
are specialists who consult with physicians, researchers, and…
A list of principles intended to govern behavior-here, the be…
Sound practical judgement
Bioethics
A discipline dealing with the ethical implications of biologi…
Bioethicists
are specialists who consult with physicians, researchers, and…
Law and Ethics Chapter 1
A judge makes a decision in a malpract…
What is an example of a health care pr…
What describes the concept of law
What is the purpose of formalized code…
Case Law
A physician sits down with a patient and addresses all her co…
Rules of conduct
To increase the competence and standard of care within the pr…
A judge makes a decision in a malpract…
Case Law
What is an example of a health care pr…
A physician sits down with a patient and addresses all her co…
Health Law and Ethics- Chapter 1 (MIDTERM)
6 Life lessons (from Laitner)
These 4 Philosophers examined global i…
What is the background info of St. Tho…
What did St. Thomas Aquinas help estab…
• Perversity of Spirit... • Embrace the obstacles... • Everybody ha…
- St. Thomas Aquinas... - Immanuel Kant... - John Stuart Mill... - Joh…
Lived 1225-1274... - His family didn't support his choice to joi…
Natural Law
6 Life lessons (from Laitner)
• Perversity of Spirit... • Embrace the obstacles... • Everybody ha…
These 4 Philosophers examined global i…
- St. Thomas Aquinas... - Immanuel Kant... - John Stuart Mill... - Joh…
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Health Law and Ethics- Chapter 1
6 Life lessons (from Laitner)
These 4 Philosophers examined global i…
What is the background info of St. Tho…
What did St. Thomas Aquinas help estab…
• Perversity of Spirit... • Embrace the obstacles... • Everybody ha…
- St. Thomas Aquinas... - Immanuel Kant... - John Stuart Mill... - Joh…
Lived 1225-1274... - His family didn't support his choice to joi…
Natural Law
6 Life lessons (from Laitner)
• Perversity of Spirit... • Embrace the obstacles... • Everybody ha…
These 4 Philosophers examined global i…
- St. Thomas Aquinas... - Immanuel Kant... - John Stuart Mill... - Joh…
Chapter 1-13 Medical Law & Ethics
applied ethics
bioethics
litigious
laws
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
a branch of applied ethics, is a field resulting from modern…
an excessive inclination to sue
rules or actions prescribed by an authority such as the feder…
applied ethics
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
bioethics
a branch of applied ethics, is a field resulting from modern…
13 terms
Biz Law Chapter 1 Law VS Ethics
What is law?
Why should the business know about the…
What is ethics?
Law V.S. Ethics
A special set of rules and regulations that can only be made…
1) Having legal knowledge prevents basic problems from arisin…
Moral principles that govern a person's behavior
Law... 1) smt that you MUST abide by... 2) enforceable, legal conse…
What is law?
A special set of rules and regulations that can only be made…
Why should the business know about the…
1) Having legal knowledge prevents basic problems from arisin…
37 terms
Business Law: Chapter 1 - Ethics & Sources of Law
ethics
unconstitutional
administrative law
common law
The attempt to develop a means for determining the values of…
An action or law that conflicts with the most fundamental law…
The rules and procedures established by regulatory agencies a…
The law established by judges and shared throughout England i…
ethics
The attempt to develop a means for determining the values of…
unconstitutional
An action or law that conflicts with the most fundamental law…
60 terms
Business Law - Chapter 1.1 - Ethics and Law
Self Incrimination
(writ of) Habeas Corpus
Counsel
Ernesto Miranda
Giving testimony or other evidence that involves oneself in a…
Court order requiring that a person in custody be brought bef…
Legal advice or representation
He confessed without fully understanding his rights to a lawy…
Self Incrimination
Giving testimony or other evidence that involves oneself in a…
(writ of) Habeas Corpus
Court order requiring that a person in custody be brought bef…
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Law & Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians Chapter 1: Introduction to Law
What is Administrative law?
What are appeals?
What is a Contract law?
What is a Criminal law?
The body of law governing the administrative agencies that ha…
Legal proceedings in which cases are brought to higher courts…
A system of law that pertains to agreements between two or mo…
A body of law that defines offenses against the public.
What is Administrative law?
The body of law governing the administrative agencies that ha…
What are appeals?
Legal proceedings in which cases are brought to higher courts…
6 terms
Chapter 1; Medical law, ethics, and Bioethics
Hospitalist
internal milieu
pluralistic
Laws
Individual who assumes the care of hospitalized individuals i…
Internal enviornment.
Referring to numerous distinct ethnic, religious, and cultura…
Are societal rules or regulations that are prudent or obligat…
Hospitalist
Individual who assumes the care of hospitalized individuals i…
internal milieu
Internal enviornment.
33 terms
Medical Law & Ethics- Chapter 1 Key Terms
amoral
applied ethics
bioethicists
comparable worth
lacking or indifferent to moral standards
practical application of moral standards to the conduct of in…
persons who specialize in the field of bioethics
the theory that extends equal pay requirements
amoral
lacking or indifferent to moral standards
applied ethics
practical application of moral standards to the conduct of in…
Medical law and ethics chapter 1 terms
Agent
Certification
Due care
Independent contractor
One who has authority to act on behalf of another
A record of being qualified to perform certain acts after pas…
The duty to have adequate regard for another person
One who is self employed but working under someone else for s…
Agent
One who has authority to act on behalf of another
Certification
A record of being qualified to perform certain acts after pas…
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Law & ethics chapter 1 key terms
Health care practitioners
Litigious
Plaintiff
Defendant
Those who are trained to administer medical or health care to…
Prone to engage in lawsuits
The person bring charges in a lawsuit
The person or party against whom criminal or civil charges ar…
Health care practitioners
Those who are trained to administer medical or health care to…
Litigious
Prone to engage in lawsuits
34 terms
Medical Law and Ethics Terminology Chapter 1
Amoral
Applied ethics
Bioethicists
Bioethics
Lacking or indifferent to moral standards.
The practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Persons who specialize in the field of bioethics.
Also called biomedical ethics, the moral dilemmas and issues…
Amoral
Lacking or indifferent to moral standards.
Applied ethics
The practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Chapter 1: Intro to Law and Ethics Vocabulary
health care practitioners
litigious
plaintiff
defendant
those who are trained to administer medical or health care to…
prone to engage in lawsuits
the person bringing charges in a lawsuit
the person or party against whom criminal or civil charges ar…
health care practitioners
those who are trained to administer medical or health care to…
litigious
prone to engage in lawsuits
Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 1 Key Terms
Amoral
Applied Ethics
Bioethicists
Bioethics
Lacking moral standards
Applying moral standards in organization
Someone who specializes in bioethics
The moral dilemmas of advanced medicine
Amoral
Lacking moral standards
Applied Ethics
Applying moral standards in organization
21 terms
Business Law & Ethics: Chapter 1
Substative Law
Procedural Law
Common Law
Injunction
What our rights & responsabilities are (i.e. Right to be heard)
How to accomplish substative law
Judge made law (rules of law announced in court decisions) Eq…
Can stop someone from doing something by court order. EXAMPLE…
Substative Law
What our rights & responsabilities are (i.e. Right to be heard)
Procedural Law
How to accomplish substative law
Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 1
Amoral
Applied Ethics
Bioethics
Comparable Worth
not involving questions of right or wrong
the philosophical examination, from a moral standpoint, of pa…
the study of the typically controversial ethical issues emerg…
(also called sex equality or pay equality) in economics the p…
Amoral
not involving questions of right or wrong
Applied Ethics
the philosophical examination, from a moral standpoint, of pa…
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Medical, Law, and Ethics | Chapter 1
Amoral
Applied Ethics
Bioethicists
Bioethics
lacking or indifferent to moral standards.
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
persons who specialize in the field of bioethics.
also called "biomedical ethics", the moral dilemmas and issue…
Amoral
lacking or indifferent to moral standards.
Applied Ethics
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
13 terms
Business law Chapter 1 study guide Ethics and Law
Administrative Law
Bill Of Rights
Common Law
Constitution
The rules and procedures established by regulatory agencies s…
A formal statement of the fundamental rights of the people of…
The law established through England by their judges and broug…
The most fundamental law of a nation or state
Administrative Law
The rules and procedures established by regulatory agencies s…
Bill Of Rights
A formal statement of the fundamental rights of the people of…
18 terms
Business Law and Ethics Chapter 1
laws
code
common law
positive law
enforceable rules of conduct in a society
laws grouped into an organized form
law based on current standards or customs of the people
law based on the dictates of a central political authority
laws
enforceable rules of conduct in a society
code
laws grouped into an organized form
20 terms
Medical law+ethics(CHAPTER 1)
integrity
bioethicists
litigous
fidelity
dedication to maintaining high standards
person who specializes in bioethethics
excessively inclined to sue
loyalty/faithfulness
integrity
dedication to maintaining high standards
bioethicists
person who specializes in bioethethics
16 terms
Medical Law and Ethics; Chap 1 - Introduction to Medical Law,Ethics, & Bioethics
Amoral
Applied Ethics
Bioethics
Bioethicists
not moral; without a sense of moral responsibility
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
the branch of ethics that studies moral values in the biomedi…
persons who specialize in the field of bioethics
Amoral
not moral; without a sense of moral responsibility
Applied Ethics
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
434 terms
Combo with Chapter 1 - Medical Law & Ethics and 5 others
Amoral
Applied ethics
Bioethics
Bioethicists
Lacking or indifferent to moral standards
The practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Also called biomedical ethics; the moral dilemmas and issues…
Persons who specialize in the field of bioethics
Amoral
Lacking or indifferent to moral standards
Applied ethics
The practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
25 terms
Law and Ethics Chapter 1 and 12
Associate practice
Conscience clause
Corporation
Liability
This is a legal agreement in which physicians share staff and…
Regulation or mandate stating that healthcare providers and/o…
A company that is established legally and is managed by a boa…
Obligations under law arising from civil actions or torts
Associate practice
This is a legal agreement in which physicians share staff and…
Conscience clause
Regulation or mandate stating that healthcare providers and/o…
15 terms
Chapter 1 Vocab for Med Law&Ethics.
Plaintiff
Defendant
Liable
Precedent
Person bringing charges in lawsuit.
Person against whom charges are being brought.
Legally responsible.
Decision made by judges in various courts that become rule of…
Plaintiff
Person bringing charges in lawsuit.
Defendant
Person against whom charges are being brought.
16 terms
Chapter 1 - Laws and Their Ethical Foundation
stare decisis
procedural law
laws
common law
Doctrine requiring lower courts to adhere to existing case la…
Group of laws that set forth how rights and responsibilities…
Enforceable rules of conduct in a society
law based on the customs of a group of people
stare decisis
Doctrine requiring lower courts to adhere to existing case la…
procedural law
Group of laws that set forth how rights and responsibilities…
Medical law and ethics chapter 1
Amoral
Applied ethics
Bioethicists
Bioethics
Lacking or indifferent to moral standards
The practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Persons who specialize in the field of bioethics
Also called biomedical ethics the moral dilemmas and issues o…
Amoral
Lacking or indifferent to moral standards
Applied ethics
The practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Business Law and Ethics Chapter 1
5 sources of law
civil offense
criminal offense
4 Alternative Dispute Resolutions
Comstitutional, Common, Statutes and Civil law, Court decisio…
offense that arises due to a dispute between 2 people
when and individual commits a crime against the state
Mediation, arbitration, conciliation, and negotiation
5 sources of law
Comstitutional, Common, Statutes and Civil law, Court decisio…
civil offense
offense that arises due to a dispute between 2 people
Business law and ethics chapter 1
Laws
Code
Common law
Positive law
Enforceable rules of conduct
Laws grouped into and organized form
Law based in the current standards or customs of the people
Law based on the dictates of a central political authority
Laws
Enforceable rules of conduct
Code
Laws grouped into and organized form
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Chapter 1-4 Medical Law & Ethics
Administrative Law
Scope of practice
In Rem Jurisdiction
Law
Codifies interactions between citizens & government agencies
Specific procedures, actions, processes that are permitted fo…
Delineates the courts jurisdiction over property, things, mar…
Foundation of statutes, rules, + regulations that governs peo…
Administrative Law
Codifies interactions between citizens & government agencies
Scope of practice
Specific procedures, actions, processes that are permitted fo…
LAW & ETHICS, chapter 1 and 2
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
ADMISSIONS OF FACT
APPLELLATE COURT
ASSULT
Codifies interaction between citizens and govt. agencies, pro…
Discovery technique that ask the opposing party (in writing)…
A court that hears appeals from lower court decisions; someti…
A threat or attempt to inflict offensive physical contact or…
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Codifies interaction between citizens and govt. agencies, pro…
ADMISSIONS OF FACT
Discovery technique that ask the opposing party (in writing)…
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Chapter 1: History, Law, and Ethics
Accuracy
Anonymous Source
Censorship
Conflict of Interest
getting the right facts and always seeking the truth
a source who does not want to be named
the prevention, or attempted prevention, of printing or broad…
a journalist has a personal interest in a topic that could in…
Accuracy
getting the right facts and always seeking the truth
Anonymous Source
a source who does not want to be named
18 terms
Business Law & Ethics Chapter 1
Action
Administrative Law
Breach
Case Law
A proceeding by one person against another in a court to obta…
A body of law in the form of rules, orders, and decisions cre…
The failure to perform a legal obligation.
Rules of law announced in court decisions.
Action
A proceeding by one person against another in a court to obta…
Administrative Law
A body of law in the form of rules, orders, and decisions cre…
90 terms
chapter 1-3 law and ethics
litigious
help function at highest possible leve…
plaintiff
defendant
prone to engage in lawsuits
why we study law and ethics
person bring on law suit
person being suied
litigious
prone to engage in lawsuits
help function at highest possible leve…
why we study law and ethics
51 terms
Chapter 1-4 law&ethics
Administrative law
Assault
Battery
Discovery
Codifies interactions between citizens and government agencie…
A threat or attempt to inflict offensive physical contact or…
Bodily harm or unlawful touching of another. In the medical f…
Process of gathering information in preparation for trial.
Administrative law
Codifies interactions between citizens and government agencie…
Assault
A threat or attempt to inflict offensive physical contact or…
23 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 1 & 2
Plaintiff
Critical Thinking
Moral Values
Liable
A person or group that is filing a suit against another.
The ability to think analytically, using fewer emotions and m…
One's person concept of right and wrong formed through the in…
Legally responsible.
Plaintiff
A person or group that is filing a suit against another.
Critical Thinking
The ability to think analytically, using fewer emotions and m…
14 terms
Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 1
Utilitarianism
Rights-Based Ethics
Duty-Based Ethics
Justice-Based Ethics
Based on the principle of the greatest good for the greatest…
Emphasis on a person's individual rights. Everyone has the sa…
Focused on performing ones duty. Everyone would act the same…
No one has advantage or disadvantage. Based on the veil of ig…
Utilitarianism
Based on the principle of the greatest good for the greatest…
Rights-Based Ethics
Emphasis on a person's individual rights. Everyone has the sa…
36 terms
Chapter 1 medical law and ethics
Ethics
Law
Utilitarianism
Bioethics
Branch of philosophy relating to morals or moral principles
Rules or actions prescribed by a government authority that ha…
Ethical theory based on the principle of the greatest good fo…
Also called biomedical ethics, the moral dilemmas and issues…
Ethics
Branch of philosophy relating to morals or moral principles
Law
Rules or actions prescribed by a government authority that ha…
10 terms
Chapter 1 Ethics and the Law Vocab
ethics
unconstitutional
precedent
administrative law
the attempt to develop a means for determining the values of…
an action or law that conflicts with the most fundamental law…
the rules and procedures established by regulatory agencies
the law established by judges and shred throughout England
ethics
the attempt to develop a means for determining the values of…
unconstitutional
an action or law that conflicts with the most fundamental law…
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