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Ethical Aspects

Danielle Damme

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3.An ethical principle that values faithfulness to one's responsibilities.
6.An ethical theory asserting that it is right to maximize the greatest good for the greatest number of people.
11.(1) Clarify the ethical dilemma, (2) Gather additional data, (3) Identify options, (4) Make a decision, (5) Act, (6) Evaluate
14.Critical analysis of what actions a person should take. Morals: Rules of conduct, right versus wrong.
16.An ethical principle stating that equals should be treated the same.
17.The system of ethics based on a person's natural tendency to act, feel, and judge but developed through training; ethics based on the inborn moral virtue of the decision maker.
18.The duty to inflict no harm or evil.
19.Beliefs that guide good behavior
1.______ Code of Ethics for Nurses; this document states nursing's respect for the life, dignity, and rights of all people in a manner that is unmindful of nationality, race, creed, color, age, sex, political affiliation, or social status.
2.The ethical principal of doing good.
4.______ Code of Ethics for Nurses; Was organized with the purpose to establish and maintain a code of ethics; was first called the Nurses' Associated Alumnae
7.The ethical theory that rightness or wrongness of an action depends on the inherent moral significance of the action.
8.Self-determination; control over one's own professional practice.
9.Use of multiple ethical principles, such as beneficence, autonomy, nonmaleficence, veracity, justice and fidelity, in the resolution of ethical conflicts rather than a single principle.
10.The application of ethical theories and principals to moral issues or problems in health care.
12.The pain or anguish of a person who unwillingly participates in perceived moral wrongdoing.
13.____ Stages of Moral Reasoning; proposed three levels of moral reasoning as a function of cognitive development (1) preconventional, (2) conventional, (3) postconventional.
15._____ Stages of Moral Reasoning; levels of moral development are (1) orientation to individual survival (2) a focus on goodness with recognition of self-sacrifice (3)the morality of caring and being responsible for others as well as self.

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