Ethics in Healthcare Administration

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Created Jul 31, 2009
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Why study Ethics?
 
- Need it as part of your base for sucessful practice - Healthcare is always changing and...
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Name the Big Seven
 
St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274)        Martin Buber Immanuel...
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Who were the Big Seven that were involved in the Global Issues in Ethics
 
Aquinas Kant Mill Rawls  
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Who were the Big Seven in Personal Ethical Issues?
 
Buber Kohlberg Frankl
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List four facts of St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274)
 
- Natural Law - God is rational and created the world rationally - Humans can reason - Humans...
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What is Good? (According to St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274))
 
- That which preserves life and the human race - Advance truth - Allows people to live in...
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What happens if evil is choosen over good? (According to St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274))
 
when man chooses to oppose God’s Will and sins, it is asthough a hole is made in a umbrella.This...
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Cost factors for Health Care Systems? (According to St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274))
 
- Prescription drugs and technology - Chronic disease - Aging of the population - Administrative...
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What is your obligationto those who do not make rational choices? (According to St....
 
The distinctively modern notion of rights is invoked to specify the most fundamental demands...
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Can you limit health care based on life decisions? (According to St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274))
 
yes - (CPR), (breathing machine), Antibiotics, Tube feeding, (DNR) order are all options on...
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List 6 acknowledgements of Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
 
- Deontology or duty-based ethics - Everything in society has relative value - Only true...
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Define Natural Law
 
rules of conduct supposedly inherent in the relations between human beings and discoverable...
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All People are of value no matter how they contribute to the bottom line Who said this...
 
Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
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Categorical imperative helps with decisions Who said this statement?
 
Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
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What Big Seven is this Application? - Examine policies and see how they are applied -...
 
Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
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Define Catergorical Imperative:
 
a moral obligation or command that is unconditionally and universally binding
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Define Kantian practice:
 
reason is the means by which the phenomena of experience are translated into understanding,...
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Name 4 ideals of John Stuart Mill (1806-1873)
 
- Influential in American Health Care Ethics - Utilitarianism impacts policy development -...
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Define Utilitarianism:
 
a doctrine that the useful is the good and that the determining consideration of right conduct...
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Define Utilitarian:
 
good character, spirit, or quality
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Name two types of Utility
 
1. Act Utility 2. Rule Utility
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Define Act Utility:
 
Each decision based on its own merit
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Define Rule Utility:
 
consequences help to form rules and the rules are then used for decisions.
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Name 5 ideals of John Rawls (1921-2002)
 
- Social Justice - Theory based on protecting self interests - Used idea of original position -...
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Name the Big Seven of this Application. - Public health and other organizations...
 
John Rawls (1921-2002)
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Name Martin Buber 5 ideals.
 
- Ethic is about relationships and form a hierarchy I-I I-It I-You I-Thou
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I-I  is viewed as
 
like farther like son
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I-It    is viewed as
 
(I) military lead for people "who are the "it" - I-It is charterize as morally wrong...
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I-You   is viewed as
 
the equal are recognized by principle of values - patients are charaterized in the I-You
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I-Thou  is viewed as
 
the highlest realtionship, the  most maturist. - increase dollar in patients - unconditional...
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Name the Big Seven based on this application of Ideals - How do you think about employees...
 
Martin Buber
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Define the Ethical Developement Stage Theory
 
Pre Moral: Level 1 - Avoid punishment                    Level...
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Name Lawrence Kohlberg (1927-1987) Ethical Development Stage Theory 3 categories
 
- Pre Moral - Externally Controlled Morals - Principled Morals
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What Big Seven Application is this - Not everyone thinks about ethics in the same...
 
Lawrence Kohlberg (1927-1987)
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Name the 4 Ideals of Viktor Frankl (1905-1997)
 
- You are MIND/BODY/SPIRIT and UNIQUE - Finding meaning in life and work is key - The existential...
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Who Application decribe this BIG Seven? - Goes back to ethic roots - Check...
 
Viktor Frankl (1905-1997)
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List 5 Ethic Definitions:
 
1. Ethics is a way to study moral behavior 2. It is more than obeying the law 3. Normative...
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Based on the idea of self rule or self determination means
 
that there is freedom from other's control and the capability to make choices
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The freedom to comply or not to comply is the concerned of what...
 
the treatment by the overall system

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