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ETHiCS

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Jacob Shelley

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Transcript of ETHiCS

ETH
i
CS

PUBL
i
C HEALTH ETH
i
CS
Who do you save?
(a)
5
(
b
)
1
Mom
ETH
i
CS
VALUES
MORAL
i
TY
DUT
i
ES
BEL
i
EFS
R
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GHTS
OBL
i
GAT
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ONS
V
i
RTUES
personal
professional
institutional
societal
ETH
i
CAL THEOR
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ES
V
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RTUE ETH
i
CS
Whether an action is right or wrong depends on the person making the decision.
TELEOLOG
i
CAL THEORY
Whether an action is right or wrong depends on the consequences it produces.
DEONTOLOG
i
CAL THEORY
Whether an action is right or wrong depends on whether it adheres to duties.
D
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V
i
NE COMMAND
Whether an action is right or wrong depends on a higher power.
ETH
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CAL PR
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NC
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PLES
BENEF
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CENCE and NONMALEF
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CENCE
RESPECT
AUTONOMY
TRUTHFULNESS
F
i
DEL
i
TY
JUST
i
CE
HEALTH CARE
RESEARCH (
TCPS II
)
RESPECT FOR PERSONS
CONCERN FOR WELFARE
AUTONOMY
R
i
GHT TO REFUSE
R
i
GHT TO WITHDRAW
ABOR
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G
i
NALS
CH
i
LDREN
VULNERABLE POPULAT
i
ONS
RIGHTS
legal
ethical
Challenges
mental health
aging population
home care
wait times
Aboriginal health
Solutions
The
Future
of Health Care

health care
reform

shortages
$
$
law
values
concepts
clinic
Insurance
work
public
opinion
CBC
social
values
Am I
sick?
Back to where we started
who's in charge?
law?
ethics?
history?
concepts?
economics?
JUST
i
CE
children?
criminals?
elderly?
UT
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L
i
TAR
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AN THEORY
Whether an action is right or wrong depends on how it impacts the majority of people.
already sick?
no resources?
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