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Law and Ethics
Beneficence
Non-maleficence
Autonomy.
Fidelity
to do good. In counseling, counselors work to do good and pro…
to do no harm. Counselors work to avoid behaviors/actions tha…
to foster self-determination. In counseling, this means to re…
deals with faithfulness to promises made and a responsibility…
Beneficence
to do good. In counseling, counselors work to do good and pro…
Non-maleficence
to do no harm. Counselors work to avoid behaviors/actions tha…
12 terms
Ethics & Law
Morality
Ethics
The Greatest Good
The Golden Rule
The values that govern a society's attitude toward right and…
The social values that determine our personal right and wrong…
Doing what is best for the greatest number of individuals.
Do unto other as you would have them do unto you.
Morality
The values that govern a society's attitude toward right and…
Ethics
The social values that determine our personal right and wrong…
35 terms
Law & Ethics
Implied
Battery
Autonomous/Autonomy
Amoral
A term used when data or knowledge is not specifically stated…
The commission of bodily harm against another; unlawful touch…
Independent; not controlled by others or outside forces; self…
To be without morals; lacking moral sensitivity; not caring a…
Implied
A term used when data or knowledge is not specifically stated…
Battery
The commission of bodily harm against another; unlawful touch…
Law and Ethics
Religion
Theism
Ethinicity
Post-Conventional Stage
A culturally entrenched pattern of behavior made up of sacred…
A belief in a god or gods
The cultural heritage or identity of a group, based on factor…
A stage of moral development in which the individual consider…
Religion
A culturally entrenched pattern of behavior made up of sacred…
Theism
A belief in a god or gods
25 terms
Law & Ethics
6 Steps of Assessment (QRMOTH)
Do MFTs have a Duty to Warn re HIV/AID…
What is the the scope of practice for…
When faced with a crisis situation do…
Q- Questions- like, "Do you feel safe at home?" "What happens…
No. HIV/AIDS status is confidential.
Assess, Diagnose, and Treat
Assess then manage.
6 Steps of Assessment (QRMOTH)
Q- Questions- like, "Do you feel safe at home?" "What happens…
Do MFTs have a Duty to Warn re HIV/AID…
No. HIV/AIDS status is confidential.
63 terms
Law and Ethics
LEGAL: Confidential Communications The…
LEGAL: Disclosure of Confidential Info…
LEGAL: Identify Holder of Privilege (a…
LEGAL: Laws regarding Privileged Commu…
Exceptions to Confidentiality:... 1. Reasonable suspicion of sel…
1. Disclose information necessary to prevent "serious, forese…
1. Patient holds if has no guardian or conservator.... 2. Patien…
There is no privileged communication if there is cause to bel…
LEGAL: Confidential Communications The…
Exceptions to Confidentiality:... 1. Reasonable suspicion of sel…
LEGAL: Disclosure of Confidential Info…
1. Disclose information necessary to prevent "serious, forese…
30 terms
law and ethics
liability
As an employer, physicians have genera…
A physician working in an ER is obliga…
A physicians working in a nursing home…
the legal responsibility of competent adults for their own acts
Employees driving to and from the workplace
DUTY OF CARE
DUTY OF CARE
liability
the legal responsibility of competent adults for their own acts
As an employer, physicians have genera…
Employees driving to and from the workplace
Law and Ethics
a nurse fails to document her administ…
an off duty certified medical assistan…
if a custodian sues an employing physi…
to establish a standard of care in a t…
negligence
any reasonable person
reasonable person standard
expert testimony
a nurse fails to document her administ…
negligence
an off duty certified medical assistan…
any reasonable person
30 terms
Law & Ethics
libel
implied consent
expressed consent
confidentiality
written false statements
obligations understood, without verbal expression
stated in a clear & distinct manner, either orally or written
information about a patient must remain private & shared only…
libel
written false statements
implied consent
obligations understood, without verbal expression
27 terms
Law and Ethics Ch 8
ethics
virtue
philosophy
amoral
the study of moral choices that conform to professional stand…
goodness conforming to the standard of moral excellence
a basic viewpoint of the system of values of a society
without moral concern
ethics
the study of moral choices that conform to professional stand…
virtue
goodness conforming to the standard of moral excellence
Law & Ethics
Approaches
The Cost/Benefit Approach
The Rights Approach
Fiduciary Obligation
There are 2 general approaches that explain how most decision…
Maximizes benefits to the greatest number of people... Select t…
Focuses on an action's impact on human rights... Select the act…
A person having a duty to act primarily for another's benefit…
Approaches
There are 2 general approaches that explain how most decision…
The Cost/Benefit Approach
Maximizes benefits to the greatest number of people... Select t…
Law and Ethics: Business Law
Blackstone's definition of law
2 theories of law
natural law theory
Empirical law theory
Law is a rule of civil conduct command what is right and proh…
natural law and empirical law
human nature creates law "do good and avoid evil"
laws change with the times
Blackstone's definition of law
Law is a rule of civil conduct command what is right and proh…
2 theories of law
natural law and empirical law
82 terms
Law and Ethics: Business Law
Blackstone's definition of law
2 theories of law
natural law theory
Empirical law theory
Law is a rule of civil conduct command what is right and proh…
natural law and empirical law
human nature creates law "do good and avoid evil"
laws change with the times
Blackstone's definition of law
Law is a rule of civil conduct command what is right and proh…
2 theories of law
natural law and empirical law
Law and Ethics
Standard of Care 4 Elements
Scope of Practice & What is out of you…
Scope of Competence
What overrides Self-determination/Pati…
1 Statutes... 2 Licensing Board Regulations... 3 Ethical Codes... 4 To…
1. Procedures actions and processes that are permitted for an…
- Your area your skill set defined by therapist ... - Ethical va…
Self harming behavior - Safety trumps client's determination
Standard of Care 4 Elements
1 Statutes... 2 Licensing Board Regulations... 3 Ethical Codes... 4 To…
Scope of Practice & What is out of you…
1. Procedures actions and processes that are permitted for an…
Law & Ethics
Copyright
Trademark
Patent
Trade Secrets
A set of exclusive rights granted by a state to the creator o…
Protects marks used by a business to distinguish themselves f…
Protects useful inventions and processes. Typically for 20 ye…
Rarely used. It is used as an alternative to a patent and pro…
Copyright
A set of exclusive rights granted by a state to the creator o…
Trademark
Protects marks used by a business to distinguish themselves f…
423 terms
Law & Ethics
Body of principles that govern conduct…
Examples of pharmacy legal oversight :
A branch of philosophy that investigat…
What is the ceiling?
Law
-approval, manufacturing, labeling, and distribution... -minimal…
Ethics
what pharmacists should aspire to be
Body of principles that govern conduct…
Law
Examples of pharmacy legal oversight :
-approval, manufacturing, labeling, and distribution... -minimal…
37 terms
Medical law & ethics(abbreviations)
NBME
FLEX
USMLE
Endorsement
National Board of medical examiners
Federal licensing examination
US medical licensing examination
Approval, sanction
NBME
National Board of medical examiners
FLEX
Federal licensing examination
Law and Ethics Final
what is an mft?
what are mfts trained to do?
besides treating individuals, couples…
How else can you describe an MFT?
relationship specialists who treat persons involved in interp…
they are trained to assess, diagnoses and treat individuals,…
premarital counseling, child counseling, divorce or separatio…
psychotherapists an healing arts practitioners licensed by th…
what is an mft?
relationship specialists who treat persons involved in interp…
what are mfts trained to do?
they are trained to assess, diagnoses and treat individuals,…
56 terms
Law & Ethics
Ethics
Autonomy
Beneficence
Nonmaleficence
The study of conduct and character. Determining what is good…
Including clients in decisions regarding all aspects of care…
Taking positive actions to help others and that the best inte…
Avoiding harm or hurt. The will to do good and also the commi…
Ethics
The study of conduct and character. Determining what is good…
Autonomy
Including clients in decisions regarding all aspects of care…
10 terms
Law&Ethics
plaintiff
defendant
liable
precedent
the person bringing charges in a lawsuit
the person or party against whom criminal or civil charges ar…
legally responsible or obligated for something
decisions made by judges in the various courts that become ru…
plaintiff
the person bringing charges in a lawsuit
defendant
the person or party against whom criminal or civil charges ar…
332 terms
Law & Ethics
Body of principles that govern conduct…
Examples of pharmacy legal oversight :
A branch of philosophy that investigat…
What is the ceiling?
Law
-approval, manufacturing, labeling, and distribution... -minimal…
Ethics
what pharmacists should aspire to be
Body of principles that govern conduct…
Law
Examples of pharmacy legal oversight :
-approval, manufacturing, labeling, and distribution... -minimal…
Medical Law and Ethics Terminology
Abandonment
Abuse
Advance Directives
Battery
withdrawal by a physician from the care of a patient without…
Wrong or improper use.
documents signed by the patient and witnesses, stating the pa…
unlawful touching; touching a person without his/her consent.
Abandonment
withdrawal by a physician from the care of a patient without…
Abuse
Wrong or improper use.
14 terms
Law and Ethics
Litigious
plaintiff
defendant
liable
likely to file a lawsuit
person bringing lawsuit
person suit is brought against
legally responsible
Litigious
likely to file a lawsuit
plaintiff
person bringing lawsuit
122 terms
Law&ethics
What is the role of Law in Society?
Ethics
Ethics in HC
Law vs. Ethics: LAW
-order... -peace... -productivity... -customs (rituals)... -justice
-system of beliefs & behaviors that ppl value & use to contro…
-bioethics... -professional standards... -business/organizational e…
-consistent ... -universal... -published... -accepted... -enforced
What is the role of Law in Society?
-order... -peace... -productivity... -customs (rituals)... -justice
Ethics
-system of beliefs & behaviors that ppl value & use to contro…
39 terms
Law & Ethics
Law may be considered to fall into fou…
Criminal Law
Examples of felonious crimes
Misdemeanors
Criminal... Civil... International... Military
Made to protect individuals and the public as a whole from th…
Murder, rape,robbery, practice medicine without a license.
are less serious offenses and carry a punishment of fines or…
Law may be considered to fall into fou…
Criminal... Civil... International... Military
Criminal Law
Made to protect individuals and the public as a whole from th…
178 terms
Medical Law, Ethics & Professionalism
Law may be defined as:
Which of the following statements is N…
Medical office personnel act as agents…
What is the purpose of formalized code…
a rule of conduct
having his or her medical license revoked
a health maintenance organization, a clinic, a single physician
to increase the competence and standard of care within the pr…
Law may be defined as:
a rule of conduct
Which of the following statements is N…
having his or her medical license revoked
Law & Ethics
assault
expressed contract
ethics
consent
bodily harm threat to another
a contract clearly stated in written or spoken words
right and wrong, instead of law
permission given for examination, testing, and treatment
assault
bodily harm threat to another
expressed contract
a contract clearly stated in written or spoken words
145 terms
Law & Ethics
Ignorance of the law is an acceptable…
Clients have the right to sue their cl…
A client is legally entitled to adequa…
Clinicians should take additional step…
False
True
True
True
Ignorance of the law is an acceptable…
False
Clients have the right to sue their cl…
True
Law and ethics
Standard of care
Scope of practice
Scope of competency
Self determination
Costumary profesional standard... Minimum standard... Changes... Prote…
Legal... Inside of license
Ethical... Areas of proficiency... Supervision, training, education…
Ethical... Safety trumps it... Termination is up to client... Collabor…
Standard of care
Costumary profesional standard... Minimum standard... Changes... Prote…
Scope of practice
Legal... Inside of license
Law and Ethics
Three branches of federal government
Health and Human Services (HHS)
Tort law
Contract
- executive-president... - legislative-congress... - judicial-court…
regulates health care
- the righting of wrongs or injuries suffered by someone beca…
- an agreement between two or more parties for a given act... -…
Three branches of federal government
- executive-president... - legislative-congress... - judicial-court…
Health and Human Services (HHS)
regulates health care
Law & Ethics
Can an RDH licensed in another state t…
***What duties can an RDH Perform?
*** When is it okay to use an instrume…
*** When can you use a instrument/devi…
Yes, with special permit
-Asses... -Develop... -Plan... -Implement care plan... -Educate, counsel,…
never
when conducting research
Can an RDH licensed in another state t…
Yes, with special permit
***What duties can an RDH Perform?
-Asses... -Develop... -Plan... -Implement care plan... -Educate, counsel,…
22 terms
Law and Ethics for Health professionals
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
32 terms
Law and ethics
Benefence
Justice
Confedentiality
Verocity
Helping someone
Providing what's due to them
Keeping information private
Truth telling
Benefence
Helping someone
Justice
Providing what's due to them
196 terms
Law and Ethics
Body of principles that govern conduct…
These are laws enacted by legislatures
These exist at both the federal and st…
These are put into law by agencies thr…
law
statues
agencies
regulations
Body of principles that govern conduct…
law
These are laws enacted by legislatures
statues
Law & Ethics
Battery
Breach
Breach of contract
Consent implied
The act of unlawfully harming another person. Physical contac…
To break a law, duty or contract
Violating the terms of a contract.
An informed consent that is inferred from actions or conduct…
Battery
The act of unlawfully harming another person. Physical contac…
Breach
To break a law, duty or contract
56 terms
Law and Ethics
Reporting Elder Abuse
Exceptions to reporting elder abuse
Privileged communication in MFT
Subpoena rules
Call: 2 hours... File Report: 2 working days
1) Person Claims abuse... 2) Is deemed incompetent (dementia)... 3)…
When divorce is a possibility, therapist should obtain a writ…
First instinct: resist: immediately assert privilege until ta…
Reporting Elder Abuse
Call: 2 hours... File Report: 2 working days
Exceptions to reporting elder abuse
1) Person Claims abuse... 2) Is deemed incompetent (dementia)... 3)…
47 terms
Ethics & Law
Ethics
Law
Rational suicide
Aid-in-dying
- the standards that govern the conduct of its professional m…
- the body of rules that govern the affairs of people within…
- person has decided to end their life because of extreme suf…
- providing a person with the means to die... - the person self-…
Ethics
- the standards that govern the conduct of its professional m…
Law
- the body of rules that govern the affairs of people within…
10 terms
Law and ethics
Advocate
Beneficence
Duty
Fidelity
One who "pleads" the cause of another
The act of doing or producing "good"
"Obligatory" tasks, conduct service or functions that arise f…
"Faithfulness" to something to which one is bound by pledge o…
Advocate
One who "pleads" the cause of another
Beneficence
The act of doing or producing "good"
28 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 1
health care practitioners
litigious
plantiff
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
Law and ethics; intro to law and ethics
This includes: 1. Approval manufacture…
Reflects aspirational conduct of membe…
Ethical conduct is usually
Executive branch is
Legal oversight of pharmacy
Clinical eithics
Unenforceable
Administrative law
This includes: 1. Approval manufacture…
Legal oversight of pharmacy
Reflects aspirational conduct of membe…
Clinical eithics
Law and ethics
Written codes of ethics for healthcare…
What great physician is known as the f…
What ethics code superseded earlier co…
Unethical behaviors is always
involved primarily to serve as moral going to bind for those…
Hippocrates
Percivals medical ethics
Unacceptable
Written codes of ethics for healthcare…
involved primarily to serve as moral going to bind for those…
What great physician is known as the f…
Hippocrates
65 terms
Law and ethics
Plaintiff
Federal law
State laws
Law
Brings the case to court
Made by United states congress
State legislature
A system of rules usually enforced through a collection of in…
Plaintiff
Brings the case to court
Federal law
Made by United states congress
Law and ethics
Medical malpractice
Negligence
Risk management
Due care
Medical professional misconduct
Failure to act with reasonable and prudent care
Practice of considering the risk of actions taken and taking…
The duty to have adequate regard for another person
Medical malpractice
Medical professional misconduct
Negligence
Failure to act with reasonable and prudent care
41 terms
Law & Ethics
Abandoment
Agent
Assult
Battery
the withdrawal of a physician from the care of a patient with…
a person acting on behalf of another
the threat or unlawful attempt to do bodily harm to another
the unlawful touching of another without his or her consent w…
Abandoment
the withdrawal of a physician from the care of a patient with…
Agent
a person acting on behalf of another
74 terms
Law and Ethics
Abandonment
advocate
Act
Arbitration
Failure to continue to provide medical care to a patient with…
A person who intercedes on another person's behalf
A bill or measure that has become law. Often refers to legisl…
A formal process whereby the parties to a dispute agree to su…
Abandonment
Failure to continue to provide medical care to a patient with…
advocate
A person who intercedes on another person's behalf
Law and Ethics
What is Law
Common Law
Statute Law
Standards of Proof
Regulation of the conduct of Humans.
Made by the Court. ... -Follows Doctrine of Precedent.... - Include…
Made by Parliament.... -Arises from Parliaments constitutional p…
Tasks of proving offence. ... -Evidence or Identification. ... -Eye…
What is Law
Regulation of the conduct of Humans.
Common Law
Made by the Court. ... -Follows Doctrine of Precedent.... - Include…
Law & Ethics
Stroke
Use rubber stamps for all signatures
Name os decedent's next of kin
Death is supicious
A physician is required to report all of the following, except
Which of the following is not recommended for completing birt…
Which of the following is not included on a death certificate?
Physicians may not sign a death certificate in which of the f…
Stroke
A physician is required to report all of the following, except
Use rubber stamps for all signatures
Which of the following is not recommended for completing birt…
Ethics Law
The NLRB resolves workplace disputes a…
Gender discrimination claims are gener…
In his ruling, the judge said the Wal-…
The carbon emissions regulation requir…
True
True
False
False
The NLRB resolves workplace disputes a…
True
Gender discrimination claims are gener…
True
25 terms
Law & Ethics
ethics
contract
license
laws
study of moral principles, conduct; what is right
legal agreement, states terms of relationship
document of legal permission
codified rules of conduct by government, society
ethics
study of moral principles, conduct; what is right
contract
legal agreement, states terms of relationship
24 terms
Law & Ethics
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Commu…
Bethel School District v. Fraser
Hazelwood Schol District v. Kuhlmeier
Morse v. Frederick (Bong Hits)
Public Forum schools fall under Tinker v. Des Moines. Tinker…
In Bethel School District v. Fraser, a 1986 case, the Supreme…
Closed forum schools fall under Hazelwood. The Hazelwood v. K…
In Morse v. Frederick, the so-called "Bong Hits For Jesus" ca…
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Commu…
Public Forum schools fall under Tinker v. Des Moines. Tinker…
Bethel School District v. Fraser
In Bethel School District v. Fraser, a 1986 case, the Supreme…
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