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The principle of ___ assumes that, if one individual judges an action to be right or wrong in a given situation, the other people considering the same action in the same situation would make the same judgement.
Universality
The principle of ___ assumes the existence of an obligation to justice and basic human rights. It requires us to act toward others in the same way they would act towards us if the roles were reverseD. In all relationships, it means considering the values and perspective of others berfore making decisions or taking actions affecting them.
Complementarity
____ are the general standards of right and wrong that guide behavior within society. As generally accepted actions, they can be judged by determining the extent to which they promote good and minimize harm. It compels us to engage in health promotion/disease prevention activities.
Ethics
This is the principle that expresses our concern for the bond between individuals, the community, and society in general. It leads us to preserve natural resources and inspires us to show concern for the global environment.
Community
We recognize that there are guidelines for making ethical choices and accept ____ for knowing and applying them. It is to accept the consequences of our actions or the failure to act.
Responsibility
The ability to have informed consent along with full disclosure of all relevant information so as to make informed choices in regards to their care.
Individual autonomy and respect for human beings
To value client trust and understand that public trust in our profession is based on our actions and behavior.
Societal Trust
Minimizes harm to individuals along with others involved in their treatment.
Nonmaleficence
Promotion of well being to the individual and the public through health promotion and disease prevention activities.
Beneficience
To respect the privacy of client information and acknowledge our obligation to justify any violation of that information.
Confidentiality
The belief that all people should have acess to high-quality, affordable healthcare.
Justice and Fairness
The obligation to tell the truth and assume that others will do the same.
Veracity
State the fundamental principles.
Universality
Complentarity
Ethics
Community
Responsiblity
State the Core Values
Individual autonomy and respect for human beings
Confidentiality
Societal Trust
Nonmaleficence
Beneficence
Justice and Fairness
Veracity