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What are the fundamental ethical principles and theories

-Autonomy
-Nonmaleficence
-Beneficence
-Justice
-Fidelity
-Veracity

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How many steps are there to ethical decision making?

Nine

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What does step one of the ethical decision making involve

Developing ethical sensitivity

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What does step two of the ethical decision making process entail?

Identifying relevant articles from the code of ethics

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What does step three of the ethical decision making process entail?

Looking at ethics of literature for guidance

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What does step four of the ethical decision making process comprise of?

Consider you own personal bias or self interest

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What is step five of the decision making process entail?

Applying the fundamental ethical principles to the situation

8

What is step six and seven of the ethical decision making process?

-Developing other courses of action
-Consulting with trusted colleagues

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What are step eight and nine of the ethical decision making process?

-Taking action
-Evaluating the results

10

What is autonomy?

Freedom to make ones own choices and take actions based on ones own personal values and beliefs

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What is nonmaleficence?

Obligation not to inflict harm on others

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What is beneficence

Obligation to act for the benefits of others

13

What is the difference between justice and veracity?

-Justice is fair, equitable, and appropriate treatment of others
-Veracity is truthfulness

14

What is fidelity?

Fulfilling ones responsibility of trust

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What are the five focal virtues?

-Compassion
-Discernment
-Trustworthiness
-integrity
-Conscientiousness

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What are ethics?

Moral decisions based on what is right and not right in relation to studies and how you behave within different situations and different people