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Ethics

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Julie Ann Laigue

on 15 September 2013

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Transcript of Ethics

b. Identification of
Involved Parties
a. Consequentialist Theories
b. Deontological Theories
2. Use of Action Guides in Analysis of the Ethical Dilemma

3. Application of Ethical Theory as the Means to Examine Conflicting Rules and Principles
a. Data Gathering
1. Identification of relevant background information
1. Nonmaleficence
2. Beneficence
3. Respect for patient-professional relationship
4. Respect for Autonomy
5. Consent
6. Confidentiality
7. Privacy
8. Respect for Persons
9. Veracity
10. Fidelity
11. Justice
RULES & PRINCIPLES (ACTION GUIDES) APPLIED IN MEDICAL ETHICS INQUIRY
ETHICAL DILEMMA
ANALYSIS
PARTICULAR JUDGMENTS
RULES
PRINCIPLES
ETHICAL THEORY
ACTION GUIDES
a generic term for several ways of examining the moral life--a process of deliberation and justification that is necessary when confronting a moral dilemma
ETHICS
c. Consideration of
Cultural Perspectives
of All Involved Parties
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