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Ethics- Medical Ethics Vocabulary
Abortion
AID
AIH
Clone
Deliberate termination of pregnancy by removal and destructio…
Artificial insemination by donor
Artificial insemination by husband
An individual organism or cell produced asexually from one an…
Abortion
Deliberate termination of pregnancy by removal and destructio…
AID
Artificial insemination by donor
38 terms
Medical Ethics Review Guide
Civil law
Defendant
Deposition
Ethics
Protection of ones rights and liability's.
The accused
Testimony given under oath concerning events of an incident
Moral principles that govern a person's or group's behavior.
Civil law
Protection of ones rights and liability's.
Defendant
The accused
38 terms
Medical Ethics Review Guide
Civil law
Defendant
Deposition
Ethics
Protection of one's rights and liability's.
The accused
Testimony given under oath concerning events of an incident
Moral principles that govern a person's or group's behavior.
Civil law
Protection of one's rights and liability's.
Defendant
The accused
Medical Ethics Review Guide
Civil law
Defendant
Deposition
Ethics
Protection of one's rights and liability's.
The accused
Testimony given under oath concerning events of an incident
Moral principles that govern a person's or group's behavior.
Civil law
Protection of one's rights and liability's.
Defendant
The accused
Medical ethics study guide
Personal Morals
ethics
medical ethics
medical question
define ones personal character.
branch of philosophy related to morals, moral principles, and…
identify, analyse, and resolve moral problems that arise in c…
can we?
Personal Morals
define ones personal character.
ethics
branch of philosophy related to morals, moral principles, and…
42 terms
Medical Ethics Study Guide
Autopsy
Affirmative action
Chemical hygiene plan
Child abuse prevention and treatment act
Postmortem examination to determine the cause of death or to…
Programs that use goals and quotas to provide preferential tr…
Standard for occupational exposures to hazardous chemicals in…
Federal law passed in 1974 requiring physicians to report cas…
Autopsy
Postmortem examination to determine the cause of death or to…
Affirmative action
Programs that use goals and quotas to provide preferential tr…
21 terms
Study Guide for Medical Ethics
Ethics
Morality
The idea that basic moral principles a…
Principles, rules, and the distinction…
Critical and Systematic Reflection on Morality. "CHARACTERIZE…
Our beliefs and judgments about...... - Right and wrong conduct.…
The Two Underlying Convictions
Permissible: not wrong, may be done or not done.... Obligatory:…
Ethics
Critical and Systematic Reflection on Morality. "CHARACTERIZE…
Morality
Our beliefs and judgments about...... - Right and wrong conduct.…
174 terms
Medical Ethics Study Guide Questions
Simply define eithics
Which kind of statements express value…
Of the four sources of ethics, which a…
Ethical theory concerns?
the study of standards of right and wrong
...
Philosophy
Who ought we to be? Virtue... What is our duty? Deontology... What…
Simply define eithics
the study of standards of right and wrong
Which kind of statements express value…
...
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Medical Ethics Exam Guide (Terms)
Descriptive Ethics
Metaethics
Normative Ethics
Consequentialist Theory
Scientific study of Morality
Analyzing the nature of moral judgements and specifying appro…
Determining what is morally right and wrong with regard to hu…
form of normative ethics which uses consequences as a basis f…
Descriptive Ethics
Scientific study of Morality
Metaethics
Analyzing the nature of moral judgements and specifying appro…
67 terms
Medical Law & Ethics study Guide
Advocate
Autonomy
Beneficence
Cloning
A person who intercedes on another person's behalf
Ability to make independent decisions without constraint or c…
Ethical concept requiring that an action do no harm, or do le…
Producing genetically identical cells or individuals artifici…
Advocate
A person who intercedes on another person's behalf
Autonomy
Ability to make independent decisions without constraint or c…
27 terms
Medical Ethics Midterm Study Guide
Rules of Conduct
Principles
Principle III
Principle I
Specific standards that prescribe the minimum level of conduc…
Broad standards of an aspirational and inspirational nature t…
Covers obligations to the employing organization
covers obligations to the public, and specifically states HCC…
Rules of Conduct
Specific standards that prescribe the minimum level of conduc…
Principles
Broad standards of an aspirational and inspirational nature t…
7 terms
Medical Science Ethics Study Guide
8 guiding principles of healthcare
Laws
Ethics
Morals
1. Preserve life: all possible means are utilized... 2. Do good:…
created and enforced by the government to keep people safe an…
customs and traditions of a group or community area
individual belief system on right and wrong; parents, religio…
8 guiding principles of healthcare
1. Preserve life: all possible means are utilized... 2. Do good:…
Laws
created and enforced by the government to keep people safe an…
33 terms
Medical Law and Ethics (Vocabulary)
Felony
Misdemeanor
Standard of Care
Due Care
A crime more serious than a misdemeanor and punishable by imp…
An offense less serious than a felony and which may be punish…
The degree of care that a reasonably prudent person should ex…
The duty to have adequate regard for another person
Felony
A crime more serious than a misdemeanor and punishable by imp…
Misdemeanor
An offense less serious than a felony and which may be punish…
23 terms
Legal and Medical Ethics Vocabulary
ethnics
false imprisonment
morals
civil law
an unintentional acton when a person fails an action where a…
restraining ones freedom
concerning or relating to something that is either right or e…
:relationships between individuals or between them and the go…
ethnics
an unintentional acton when a person fails an action where a…
false imprisonment
restraining ones freedom
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Morality - Medical ethics study guide
Know the "overriding principle" in cas…
Know what the word "euthanasia" means…
(3)Know that...
(4) Know that...
The end doesn't justify the means.
Greek - a good death... English - mercy killing
suicide and assisted suicide are always morally wrong.
God is the Author of life, and that all life belongs to him.
Know the "overriding principle" in cas…
The end doesn't justify the means.
Know what the word "euthanasia" means…
Greek - a good death... English - mercy killing
14 terms
medical law and ethics study guide
licensure requirements for a physician
reasons physicians could lose their li…
patient-physician contract
the good Samaritan act
1. be of legal age... 2. be of good moral character... 3. graduate…
1. conviction of a crime: rape, murder, income tax evasion... 2.…
the contract between a patient and a physician has 3 parts:... o…
designed to protect the physician who gives emergency care fr…
licensure requirements for a physician
1. be of legal age... 2. be of good moral character... 3. graduate…
reasons physicians could lose their li…
1. conviction of a crime: rape, murder, income tax evasion... 2.…
31 terms
Study guide for medical law and ethics
Laws
Ethics
Medical ethics
Sympathy
Rules or actions prescribed by A government authority being l…
The branch of philosophy relating to morals and moral princip…
Morals conduct based on principles regulating the behaviors o…
Petit for someone else
Laws
Rules or actions prescribed by A government authority being l…
Ethics
The branch of philosophy relating to morals and moral princip…
Medical Ethics vocabulary
Reasonable Care
Crime
Malpractice
Felony
The legal obligation of health care workers to perform accord…
Performing a forbidden act or the omission of a duty commande…
Bad practice
A serious crime that carries a penalty of imprisonment for mo…
Reasonable Care
The legal obligation of health care workers to perform accord…
Crime
Performing a forbidden act or the omission of a duty commande…
50 terms
Medical law/ethics vocabulary
Active euthanasia
Arbritration
Assault
Associate practice
Actively ending life of or killing patient
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
An unlawful threat or attempt to do bodily injury to another
A legal agreement in which physicians agree to share a facili…
Active euthanasia
Actively ending life of or killing patient
Arbritration
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
36 terms
Medical Law & Ethics Vocabulary
Abandonment
Healthcare clearinghouse
Patient self-determination act
Advance directive
unilateral termination of a physician-patient or health profe…
Transmit information (typically claims and billing informatio…
Most hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, and HMO'…
a written statement of a person's wishes regarding medical tr…
Abandonment
unilateral termination of a physician-patient or health profe…
Healthcare clearinghouse
Transmit information (typically claims and billing informatio…
Morality - Medical ethics study guide
How does the "overriding principle" ap…
What are the Greek and English meaning…
T/F: Suicide and assisted suicide are…
T/F: God is the Author of life, and th…
The overriding principle in cases of euthanasia and assisted…
Euthanasia mean "mercy killing," a Greek word meaning "a good…
True
True
How does the "overriding principle" ap…
The overriding principle in cases of euthanasia and assisted…
What are the Greek and English meaning…
Euthanasia mean "mercy killing," a Greek word meaning "a good…
26 terms
Medical Law and Ethics Study Guide
What are the 4 Ds? What does each mean?
What are the 4 objectives of tort law?
What's the difference between compensa…
What's standard of care?
-Duty: requirement/relationship with patient... -Derelect: breac…
-help compensate the victim... -makes people who did it, pay for…
Compensatory: pays for the harm done... Punitive: punishes perso…
What other medical professionals would do if they were in you…
What are the 4 Ds? What does each mean?
-Duty: requirement/relationship with patient... -Derelect: breac…
What are the 4 objectives of tort law?
-help compensate the victim... -makes people who did it, pay for…
Medical Ethics Vocabulary
Tuskegee Study
Declaration of Helsinki 1964
Genetic Exceptionalism
Pre symptomatic testing
most infamous unethical research in US history in negro males…
specifically addressed international research, developed by t…
information generated by genetic testing has a significance t…
Testing that is done prior to an individual having symptoms o…
Tuskegee Study
most infamous unethical research in US history in negro males…
Declaration of Helsinki 1964
specifically addressed international research, developed by t…
13 terms
Medical office ethical vocabulary
Advocate
Beneficiance
Clinical trials
Disposition
...
...
...
...
Advocate
...
Beneficiance
...
25 terms
Medical Ethics Mid-Term Study Guide
Consideration
Civil law
Consent
Contractual capacity
Something of value is bargained for as part of the agreement
Law that involves wrongful acts against persons
Permission from a patient expressed for something to be done…
Parties who enter into the agreement must be capable of fully…
Consideration
Something of value is bargained for as part of the agreement
Civil law
Law that involves wrongful acts against persons
50 terms
Medical Ethics Study Guide Ch. 7-10
1. Data such birth and death dates are…
2. Public Duties for the Physician is to
3. A coroner must sign a certificate w…
4. Not a re-portable communicable dise…
determine population trends and needs
report birth, still births, deaths and injuries
AoB: no physician is present at time of death, violent death,…
Chicken Pocks
1. Data such birth and death dates are…
determine population trends and needs
2. Public Duties for the Physician is to
report birth, still births, deaths and injuries
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Study Guide for Ethics Vocabulary
Head: in our understanding
Heart: in our responsive feelings
Hands: in our action
Habitually positive leaders: looking t…
Name and define three aspects of a person that charachter and…
Name and define three aspects of a person that charachter and…
Name and define three aspects of a person that charachter and…
Name and define the three fundamental attitudes that people b…
Head: in our understanding
Name and define three aspects of a person that charachter and…
Heart: in our responsive feelings
Name and define three aspects of a person that charachter and…
50 terms
Medical Ethics Final Exam Study Guide
1. Private or public entity taking pub…
2. Number assigned to an employer
3. Individual group that provides or p…
4. Reasonable effort healthcare provid…
clearing house
employee identification number
health care plan
- minimal necessary standard
1. Private or public entity taking pub…
clearing house
2. Number assigned to an employer
employee identification number
39 terms
Intro to Health Occ: medical ethics Review guide
Civil law
defendant
deposition
ethics
protection of one's rights/liabilities
the accused
testimony given under oath concerning events of an incident
code of conduct, representing ideal behavior for a group of p…
Civil law
protection of one's rights/liabilities
defendant
the accused
199 terms
Medical Law & Ethics Final Study Guide
Insurance coverage of employees who ha…
_____ , also known as running of the s…
A rule or law made by an agency is cal…
Subpoena ____ means "under penalty tak…
bonding.
tolling
regulation
duces tecum
Insurance coverage of employees who ha…
bonding.
_____ , also known as running of the s…
tolling
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Medical law and ethics highlights for study guide 1
Administering a drug means what?
Can a substance be helped or prevented…
Does culture effect ethics?
Does medical technology affect ethics?
To introduce the drug into the body
Yes
Yes
yes
Administering a drug means what?
To introduce the drug into the body
Can a substance be helped or prevented…
Yes
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Medical law and ethicsStudy guide Test 1
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
What are some factors that influence t…
Does medical technology affect ethics?…
What are ethics
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
yes
a set of moral standards p.3
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
What are some factors that influence t…
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
30 terms
Medical law and ethicsStudy guide Test 1
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
What are some factors that influence t…
Does medical technology affect ethics?…
What are ethics
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
yes
a set of moral standards p.3
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
What are some factors that influence t…
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
36 terms
Medical Law and Ethics Test 3 Study Guide
Does consent allow patients to decide…
How is consent obtained?
Is consent simply signing a consent fo…
does a patient have to obtain permissi…
Yes
Word or action
No
No
Does consent allow patients to decide…
Yes
How is consent obtained?
Word or action
56 terms
Study Guide for Ethics Vocabulary
1. Name and define the three aspects o…
2. Name and define the three fundament…
3. Define leadership thoroughly as we…
4a. Name the three stages of leadershi…
Head:in our understanding... Heart:in our responsive feelings... Ha…
Habitually positive leaders:looking to move the community for…
Leadership is positively engaging, skillfully serving, and st…
Engaging, Serving, and Coordinating
1. Name and define the three aspects o…
Head:in our understanding... Heart:in our responsive feelings... Ha…
2. Name and define the three fundament…
Habitually positive leaders:looking to move the community for…
16 terms
Week3 Medical Ethics vocabulary
Cataract
Nuclear sclerosis (NS)
Posterior subcapsular cataract
Cortisol cataract
A condition in which the lens of the eye or its capsule becom…
An age-related opacity in the nucleus of the lens
A clouding or opacification in the posterior pole of cortex a…
Spoke-like opacities located in the cortical layer,peripheral…
Cataract
A condition in which the lens of the eye or its capsule becom…
Nuclear sclerosis (NS)
An age-related opacity in the nucleus of the lens
69 terms
study guide for ethics vocabulary
aspect #1 of a person that character a…
aspect #2 of a person that character a…
aspect #3 of a person that character a…
fundamental attitude #1 that people br…
Head: in our understanding
Heart: in our responsive feelings
Hands: in our actions
Habitually positive leaders: looking to move the community fo…
aspect #1 of a person that character a…
Head: in our understanding
aspect #2 of a person that character a…
Heart: in our responsive feelings
30 terms
Medical Ethics and Legal Responsibilities- Vocabulary
Advance directive (AD)
Arbitration
Assault
Battery
A legal document in which an individual give written instruct…
Method of resolving malpractice disputes; both parties waive…
An lawful threat or attempt to do bodily injury to another.
Un lawful touching of another person without his or her conse…
Advance directive (AD)
A legal document in which an individual give written instruct…
Arbitration
Method of resolving malpractice disputes; both parties waive…
48 terms
MDA 136: Medical Law and Ethics Study Guide
Define Scope of Practice:
Who must be present in the medical off…
Malfeasance:
Nonfeasance:
The range of clinical procedures and activities that we are a…
Physician or Nurse Practitioner
Incorrect Treatment
Treatment delayed or not attempted
Define Scope of Practice:
The range of clinical procedures and activities that we are a…
Who must be present in the medical off…
Physician or Nurse Practitioner
26 terms
MA053 Medical Ethics Vocabulary
Ethics
Hammurabi
Hippocrates oath
Sir Thomas Percival
Philosphy related to judment about right and wrong ,thoughts,…
C 1790BC earliest code of medical ethics
Oath stating the obligations and proper conduct of Doctor for…
Modern code of medical ethics 1803
Ethics
Philosphy related to judment about right and wrong ,thoughts,…
Hammurabi
C 1790BC earliest code of medical ethics
33 terms
Medical, Legal, and Ethical Responsibilities Review Guide
Legal
Criminal and Civil Laws
Criminal Law
Practicing without a license, drugs, t…
Responsibilities authorized or based on law
Two types of laws that affect health care workers
Focused on crimes-deals with wrongs against a person, propert…
Examples of Criminal Law
Legal
Responsibilities authorized or based on law
Criminal and Civil Laws
Two types of laws that affect health care workers
5 terms
medical law and ethics quiz study guide
preserve life
excessive persuasion
advance directives
uphold justice
provide all patients with caring attentions
form of assult
written instructions that outline a patients desire
treat all patients equally
preserve life
provide all patients with caring attentions
excessive persuasion
form of assult
34 terms
medical law & ethics final study guide
negligance
plaintiff
assault
confidentiality
failure to use such care as reasonably prudent and careful pe…
The person or entity a suit or claim
a threat or attempt to inflict offensive physical contact or…
agreement to maintain and respect the privacy of certain info…
negligance
failure to use such care as reasonably prudent and careful pe…
plaintiff
The person or entity a suit or claim
30 terms
Medical law and ethicsStudy guide Test 1
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
What are some factors that influence t…
Does medical technology affect ethics?…
What are ethics
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
yes
a set of moral standards p.3
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
What are some factors that influence t…
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
18 terms
Medical Ethics/Study Guide/Test 1
integrity
empathy
discretion
confidentiality
doing what is expected when it's expected; moral uprightness;…
understanding other people's feelings
tactical communication
to safeguard information in the patient's chart
integrity
doing what is expected when it's expected; moral uprightness;…
empathy
understanding other people's feelings
36 terms
Medical Law and Ethics Test 3 Study Guide
Does consent allow patients to decide…
How is consent obtained?
Is consent simply signing a consent fo…
does a patient have to obtain permissi…
Yes
Word or action
No
No
Does consent allow patients to decide…
Yes
How is consent obtained?
Word or action
48 terms
MDA 136: Medical Law and Ethics Study Guide
Define Scope of Practice:
Who must be present in the medical off…
Describe malfeasance:
Nonfeasance:
The range of clinical procedures and activities that we are a…
Physician or Nurse Practitioner
Incorrect Treatment
Treatment delayed or not attempted
Define Scope of Practice:
The range of clinical procedures and activities that we are a…
Who must be present in the medical off…
Physician or Nurse Practitioner
31 terms
Medical law and ethicsStudy guide Test 1
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
What are some factors that influence t…
Does medical technology affect ethics?…
What are ethics
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
yes
a set of moral standards p.3
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
What are some factors that influence t…
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
30 terms
Medical law and ethicsStudy guide Test 1
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
What are some factors that influence t…
Does medical technology affect ethics?…
What are ethics
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
yes
a set of moral standards p.3
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
What are some factors that influence t…
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
30 terms
Medical law and ethicsStudy guide Test 1
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
What are some factors that influence t…
Does medical technology affect ethics?…
What are ethics
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
yes
a set of moral standards p.3
Ethical AND bioethical standards both…
Personal, organizational, institutional, and worlwide
What are some factors that influence t…
Medical insurance and managed care, potential for greed in he…
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