Flashcards in chapter 7 second half Deck (15)
Values or standards of professional conduct.
are the expected moral and righteous behavior of professionals for the betterment of the clients and/or persons directly affected by these decisions in practice.
what does professional ethics establish
boundaries between appropriate and inappropriate health education practice.
to do good
to do no harm
refers to individual freedom or one's right to make decisions without being persuaded
fairness, entitlement, equality
utility that states that actions or behaviors are right in so far as they focus on the right or wrong of outcomes
with the intent of promoting good or preventing harm to that person
code of ethics
Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession: A document outlining the ethical standards of conduct and rights and protection of human subjects health research, teaching, and programs.
human subjects review board
Governments, agencies, universities, medical centers and other institutional review boards that monitor all programs and research involving human subjects
Nuremberg code, 1947
outlined specific research and human rights principles in medical research.
The National Research Act, 1974
resulted in human subjects review boards for the U.S. govt.