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The Field relating to right and wrong, duty and obligation, principles and values, and character
Ethics
Social standards or customs, or dealing with what is right or wrong in a practical sense
Morals
Conduct that fails to conform
Unethical
The systematic study of moral dimensions
Bioethics
Would you accept the action if you were in the patient's place
Impartiality test
Would you feel comfortable having this action performed in all relevantly similar circumstances?
Universalizability Test
Are you able to provide good reasons to justify and defend your actions to others ?
Interpersonal Justifiability Test
The consistant access to quality medical services; distributing health-related services among various persons and uses
Allocation of resources
Self-determination; a person's ability to make moral decisions, including those affecting personal medical care
Autonomy
List the three components of autonomy
Agency
Independence
Rationality
A duty to confer benefits; the practice of good deeds; obligation to benefit others or seek their good
Beneficence
The presumtion that confidential information will not be revealed to others without the patients permission
Confidentiality
The prevention of harm; a prohibition of actions with foreseeable harmful effects
Nonmaleficence
Adhering to a personal set of values and moral standards
Personal Integrity