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Match the definition with the respective key term Ethics in Health Care plus answer the rest of the questions


Match the definition with the respective key term.



Privacy /confidentiality

physical / mental capacity

Well, being

freedom from pain and suffering


control of fear and anxiety


group identification

Sense of belonging

self determination

Freedom from disability

Personal fulfillment

Sexual and spiritual support

fear of invasion

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recognizes and accept regulations, also make calculating assessments in regard to their personal needs


appear to challenge standards unless conformity benefits their own personal requirements


believe in a set of prescribed codes of actions that determines how a person behaves on the job, at home, and socially


Accept the role of adapting to change and the creation of new systems that both provides and sustain

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Rule Utilitarianist

an action can be deemed to be right if it conforms to a rule that has been validated

Principle of utility

the basic rightness or wrongness of an act depends on its intrinsic nature rather than on the situation or the consequences


general goodwill or love for humanity

Deontological theory

seems to avoid the problem of exact quantification required in act utilitarianism

Match the following definition with the term.

Natural Rights

have inherent within them assigned correlative rights

Perfect obligation

Right to bear arms

Imperfect obligation

do not give birth to any right

Original Position

Equated to the law of God and found in form of Golden Rule

Legal Rights

Created through constitutional guarantees, legislative statutes, judicial review, and governmental agencies

A Positive Legal Rights

rights to receive goods and services from another person, organization, or government

Negative Rights

Right to a public education

Recipient Rights

All individuals are free and equal

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Informed Consent

intentional limitation of the autonomy of one person by another


the practitioner can intentionally withhold information based on his sound medical judgment

Benevolent deception

contain the elements of disclosure, understanding, voluntariness, competence, and permission giving


the use of substances biomedically inert but th epatient feels are therapeutic

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Stage 1 Reward and Punishment

commitment to the principles of equal rights, social justice, and respect for the dignity of all people

Stage 2 Individualism and Exchange

children have not real understanding of values and accept the authority of others

STAGE 3 Good Boy / Good girl

the child seeks to conform to the expected social conventions

Stage 4 Law and Order

individuals focus on rules, social order, and respect for authority

Social Contract and individual Rights

the creation of the good society requires a social contract into which people freely enter to work for the benefit for all

Universal Principles

children begin to recognize that other individuals heve their own interests

Divine command ethics is a fourth type of theory that is often used in ethical debates. There is a divine being who has set down a finite series of rules that adherents claims can provide guidance to most moral decisions.



Math the definition with the term


children, age two to seven, are not particularly interested in or concerned with rules


events that happen and shape generations


seems as old as the species itself


occurs up to age two and the child is totally self-centered

The autonomy is based in 3 basic elements: Ability to decide, Power to act, and Respect for the autonomy of others.



Question 10

Which of the following IS NOT a developmental process for moral reasoning outlined by Kohlberg?

Reward and Punishment

Law and Order

Individualism and Exchange

Bad Boy/Bad Girl

Social Contract and Individual Rights

Question 11

Which of the following IS NOT one of the Fletcher guidelines for making ethical choices?

Courageous acceptance of the need to make decisions and acceptance of the consequences.

Proportionate good

Consideration of consequences

Enlarge choice and reduce chance.

Less compassion for people as human beings

Priority of actual needs over ideal or potential needs

Question 12

Which of the followings is/are Criticism of Utilitarianism?

Impossible to calculate all possible consequences.

Used to sanction unfairness.

Lack of sensitivity to special duties

Lack of respect for persons

All of the above

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