Legal And Ethical

24 Questions  I  By Jeffandsher on January 18, 2012

  

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1.  Independence or freedom of one's will and actions
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2.  Legal doctrine that means "let the master answer"; used to hold the employer responsible and liable for the negligent acts of its employees.
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3.  Provides immunity for those that render health care for an emergency or disaster without reimbursement.
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4.  Dereliction of professional duty through negligence, ignorance, or criminal intent.
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5.  The process of resolving issues in conflict in a more structured setting like formal litigtion
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6.  The process by which a facilitator, a third party, assists in the resolution of the dispute
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7.  A harmful or offensive touching of another without his or her consent or without a legally justifiable reason; an intentional tort
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8.  Defamation, invasion of privacy, and breach of confidentiality.
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9.  Require that there be an intentional interference with one's person, reputation, or property.
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10.  The person or entity sued.
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11.  Do no harm
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12.  Ethics that deal with patients and health care
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13.  Document in which the patient describes his or her wishes regarding life-sustaining treatment
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14.  The process in which a neutral third party facilitates and assists parties in resolving a dispute
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15.  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.
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16.  Any communitation used in an attempt to achieve a goal, appraoval, or action by another
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17.  Complex situation that will often involve an apparent mental conflict between moral imperatives, in which to obey one would result in transgressing another
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18.  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 treatment
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19.  Declarations of what is right or wrong and of what ought to be
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20.  The person or entity bringing the suit or claim.
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21.  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
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22.  Doing good or kindness
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23.  Placing someone in immediate fear or apprehension of a harmful or noxious touching without that person's consent.
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24.  Ideas about right and wrong
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