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Flashcards in Ethical Terms Deck (34):
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self determination

autonomy

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patient's right to self determination IS or IS NOT absolute

is not absolute

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lying doesn't respect ______

autonomy

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autonomy is upheld by ____

veracity

5

self decision

informed consent

6

explanation of tx

informed consent

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recognizing differences exist

tolerance

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ability to identify with patients overall well-being

compassion

9

foundation of DDS/pt relationship

veracity

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How does veracity help build rapport

honesty of patient to properly diagnose
honesty of DDS so pt can make informed consent

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upholds profession's code of ethics

integrity

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define integrity

promotes highest professional standards and patients values

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define justice

provides what is due/owed/deserved

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"all people should have equitable access and high quality care"

justice

15

Impartiality

justice

16

know what to refer

competence

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ability to diagnose

competence

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commitment to life long learning

competenece

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what is just an expectation of the patient

our competence

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self governance

professionalism

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commitment to protect and serve the public

professionalism

22

commitment to promote oral health initiatives

professionalism

23

do good

benificence

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define benificence

promote good/well-being of public

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which ethical priniciple:
- DDS stopes tx if insufficent skills

beneficience

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which ethical priniciple:
- asking pt for their meds

beneficience

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which ethical priniciple:
-providing eyewear

nonmalificenece

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do no harm

nonmalificence

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provide serivices that protect all patients

nonmal

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minimizes harm

nonmal

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respects patient relationships

confidentiality

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standards of right and wrong

ethics

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__________ compel us to engage in health promotion. disease prevention

ethics

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3 purposes of CDHA code of ethics

1. achieve high levels of ethical decision making
2. guide us to make informed ethical decisions
3.establish a standard of professional judgement