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The process of resolving issues in conflict in a more structured setting like formal litigtion
Independence or freedom of one's will and actions
Doing good or kindness
The person or entity sued.
Ethics that deal with patients and health care
Good Samaritan Law
Provides immunity for those that render health care for an emergency or disaster without reimbursement.
complex situation that will often involve an apparent mental conflict between moral imperatives, in which to obey one would result in transgressing another
Declarations of what is right or wrong and of what ought to be
The process by which a facilitator, a third party, assists in the resolution of the dispute
Dereliction of professional duty through negligence, ignorance, or criminal intent.
The person or entity bringing the suit or claim.
The process of providing adequate information for a patient in an understandable fashion to enable the patient to make an informed decision about whether to accept or refuse a proposed...
Legal doctrine that means "let the master answer"; used to hold the employer responsible and liable for the negligent acts of its employees.
A civil wrong, other than breach of contract; a tort is a harm against a person, whereas a crime is a harm agains the state.
An individual's responsibility of his or her conduct for failure to meet a standard of care or for failure to perform a duty that causes harm to a client
Document in which the patient describes his or her wishes regarding life-sustaining treatment
The process in which a neutral third party facilitates and assists parties in resolving a dispute
Defamation, invasion of privacy, and breach of confidentialty. Quasi means resembling and these types of torts are based on speech
Require that there be an intentional interference with one's person, reputation, or property
Ideas about right and wrong
Any communitation used in an attempt to achieve a goal, appraoval, or action by another
Do no harm
A harmful or offensive touching of another without his or her consent or without a legally justifiable reason; an intentional tort
Placing someone in immediate fear or apprehension of a harmful or noxious touching without that person's consent; an intentional tort