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ethics

Values or standards of professional conduct.

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professional ethics

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.



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what does professional ethics establish

boundaries between appropriate and inappropriate health education practice.

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beneficence

to do good

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non- malfeasance

to do no harm

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autonomy

refers to individual freedom or one's right to make decisions without being persuaded

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justice

fairness, entitlement, equality

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utilitarianism

utility that states that actions or behaviors are right in so far as they focus on the right or wrong of outcomes

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respect

truthfulness

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paternalism

with the intent of promoting good or preventing harm to that person

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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.

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human subjects review board

Governments, agencies, universities, medical centers and other institutional review boards that monitor all programs and research involving human subjects

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Nuremberg code, 1947

outlined specific research and human rights principles in medical research.

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The National Research Act, 1974

resulted in human subjects review boards for the U.S. govt.

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Health education as a standard occupational classification (SOC)

In 2001, the BLS designated “health educator” as a SOC.
The federal govt. and states will be obliged to collect data on geographic locations, salaries, and data for the health profession