Flashcards in Cinical Ethics: Introduction "the four boxes" Deck (19)
_________________ is embedded in every clinical encounter BETWEEN patients and clinicians.
What is the central feature of the clinical encounter.
The therapeutic relationship between the patient and the clinician.
Physicians enter the doctor-patient relationship with what 4 priorities?
-devotion to the competent care of the patient
-communicate honestly and compassionately
_____________ is the structured approach to ethical decisions in clinical medicine.
What is the standard pattern for organizing factual information given by the patient. (5)
-the CHIEF complaint
-HISTORY of the chief complaint
-GENERAL medical history
-results of PHYSICAL diagnosis
-results of LABORATORY results
What are the "FOUR TOPICS" for organizing ETHICAL reasoning
-Quality of Life
(MCQP ~ MCOP)
Bioethical scholars generally identify what FOUR ETHICAL PRINCIPALS.
-respect of autonomy
To do good; To remove harm; To promote welfare
(Act in the best interest of the patient)
"At least, do no harm”
Respect for autonomy
-Respects a patient’s right to self-determination
-Allow patient to make their own decision
Giving what is “due” to patients
What refers to the diagnostic and therapeutic interventions used to treat a medical problem?
What states the choice of the patient or the decision of the caregiver as it relates to treatment?
CONTEXTUAL FEATURES describes the degree of satisfaction, pleasure, well-being, distress and malfunction before and after treatment.
-QUALITY OF LIFE
What type of features identify the social, institutional, financial and legal settings?
The principles of BENEFICENCE and NON-MALEFICENCE refer to which of the 4 topics?
The principles of respect for AUTONOMY refer to which of the 4 topics?
Preference of Patient
The principles of BENEFICENCE and respect for AUTONOMY refer to which of the 4 topics?
Quality of Life