Flashcards in Kin: Ethics Deck (13):
What are the 9 steps of ethical decision-making?
1. Develop Ethical sensitivity
2. Consult code of ethics
3. Search ethical literature
5. Apply ethical principles
6. Develop alternate course of action
7. Consult with colleagues
9. Evaluate Results
What to take into account when receiving gifts?
Maintain professional integrity and development, don't want a conflict of interest, if accepted only small gifts of monetary value
What are some limitations to the code of ethics? (4)
Application to any one setting/ situation is limited
Profession change rapidly (what is agreed upon isn't necessarily what is ethical)
Focus too much on minor issues
Not recipe for responsible behaviour (must use value-judgement)
What are ethics good for?
Protecting rights, giving guidance, preserving trust, etc.
A situation that requires ethical action but the professional is required to perform 2+ mutually exclusive actions. Choice not to act is a choice.
What are the 5 virtues?
Compassion, Discernment, Trustworthiness, Integrity (true to yourself) , and Conscientiousness (doing what you believe is right)
What are the common ethical principles? (6)
Autonomy, non-malificence, beneficience, justice, fidelity, veracity
Freedom for one to make their own decisions based on values and beliefs
Not inflicting harm upon others
Act for the benefit of others
Fair, equitable, treatment of others
Fullfulling one's responsibility of trust