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Four Principles

Do you have the gist of common criticisms of the four principles?

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The Four Principles were created by

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Which of the following is one of the four principles of bioethics?

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Drawbacks of the four principle include

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One of the benefits of the four principles framework is

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All of the authors below criticize the four principles except

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According to the module, the four principles can be problematic in the clinical setting because

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One of the primary drawbacks of the four principles approach is

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Big Data, Tech Ethics, and Privacy

A short quiz on big data

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Some issues caused by big data include

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When a new invention or technology collects data and the patent-holder of the technology has rights to the data produced by its use, that entity holds a

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Black-box medicine refers to the use of big data in treating disease. Usually diagnosis or treatment decisions using big data rely on

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Ways to deidentify data for HIPAA compliance include

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In Olmstead v. United States (1928) which Supreme Court justice described a "right to be let alone"?

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Which of the following laws are relevant to student medical records held by a school?

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Privacy as confidentiality differs from the right to be left alone or to make personal decisions without government intrusion. HIPAA cover which type of privacy?

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Ethical surveillance should require

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Algorithms outperform clinicians

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Facial recognition technology can be used to determine

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Most data privacy laws and resolutions are based on principles including all of the following except

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Most people expect that their data can be sold for profit by medical institutions that collected it.

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Informed consent offers a person some agency over their person, medical procedures, and personal data. Yet informed consent does not protect

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Technology has changed the work environment and caused job loss. Which of the following ethical considerations is the least supported by the evidence?

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Principles and goals of tech ethics and ethical AI include which of the following

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Person-Centered Care

Test your knowledge of the ethical issues in person-centered care.

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Person-centered care reflects

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An example of a healthcare practitioner respecting the dignity of a person seeking care is

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Dignity can be any of the following except

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Practitioners might engage in a dignity infraction due to

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Dignity as a principle in the delivery of health care goes beyond autonomy and rights and also reflects which of the following?

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Societal problems like refusals of care by people who would otherwise want care solely because of a lack of finances should be solved

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I argue that informed refusal should be aligned with

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One of the tricky issues in bioethics is determining whose version of a good outcome correlates with beneficence. The following are helpful tactics except

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Beneficence can be person-centered.

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Healthcare values differ greatly. Examples of healthcare values include

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Conflicts of Interest

Testing your understanding of conflicts at many levels.

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It can be difficult to tell whether a conflict of interest is problematic. All of the following are ways in which disclosure of a conflict can be ethically sufficient to allow the conflict of interest to persist except

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To eliminate conflicts of interest, some ideas include

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Doctors may fail to recognize a patient's or parent's right to refuse care out of

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Most academic medical journals accept disclosure of conflicts of interest as sufficient based on their overvaluing the principle of

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Hospital ethics committees likely have a conflict of interest based on their composition. Why

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When government is involved in nutrition (for example, the food pyramid or diet recommendations)

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An example of a conflict of interest in the hospital setting is

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A doctor in New York might not apologize for a medical error because

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It may be unwise to completely eliminate all conflicts of interest in medicine because of all of the following except

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When representatives and senators in the US Congress hold stock in medical device and pharmaceutical corporations, there is a conflict of interest that should be impermissible because

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Systems that fail to address conflicts of interest experience

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Critical Thinking

Examining what we mean by critical thinking, common sense, and critical theory.

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Critical thinking requires challenging assumptions. Which of the following are assumptions in bioethics?

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Logic allows people to put things in order. Which of the following makes the most sense?

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In a clinical care setting, common sense can be stifled by all the following except

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While the Frankfurt school of Critical Theory combines philosophy and social sciences and is practical and normative, lower case critical theory includes

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Critical theory focuses on

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A mandatory reporter knows that a good parent keeps some expired food in the refrigerator because her elderly mother refuses to allow any waste. The mandatory reporting law requires disclosure if a child misses too many days of school. The child has mono and misses school. The mandatory reporter follows the rule and reports. A welfare check is done and child protective services is sent. They see expired food items and the family is placed under strict surveillance and monitored for potential custody loss.

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People who have discretion to exercise autonomy in their workplace should use common sense as

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Treatment or Enhancement?

You decide whether each action is treatment or enhancement and, at the end, you can explain your reasoning.

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Wearing eyeglasses.

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Laser surgery to correct vision.

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Without a memory deficiency, taking a pill to enhance memory

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Without a memory deficiency, implanting a chip to enhance memory.

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Using a google search to gather information.

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Implanting a chip that stores a nearly infinite amount of information making it accessible to the brain.

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A device that allows the color blind to experience color differently through sound waves or other sensory perceptions.

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Editing genes to prevent influenza.

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Editing genes to allow the body to target an existing cancer.

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Without an injury or deficiency, having leg surgery to improve speed and athleticism replacing natural muscle tissue, bone, and ligaments with stronger materials.

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In making these decisions, what are the ethical distinctions you are drawing? Why? Is something placed inside the body morally different from a handheld device or a wearable? Does transparency matter (it could look like a person with a dictionary implanted is a genius)? Is an implant making a different statement about the value of humanness and the human body? Neil Harbisson uses a device to address his inability to see colors https://medicalfuturist.com/the-worlds-most-famous-real-life-cyborgs/ Are societal changes and who has a voice in them more important or is it a matter of bodily autonomy? Is there a preconceivedĀ  "normal" that serves as a basis for categorizing something as either enhancement or treatment? (And please ignore the right and wrong answers, as it is more opinion than definition.)

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Disasters

A quiz on ethical issues surrounding pandemics, acts of nature, persistent threats, and weather events.

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The terminology often used to describe disasters that affect people and stem from weather, disease and pestilence, and seismic activity is

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Criticisms of the term "natural disaster" include all of the following except

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It is possible to protect those vulnerable to weather events by (seeĀ  https://www.gfdrr.org/en/breaking-link-between-extreme-weather-and-extreme-poverty )

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Weather events in the US lead to poverty for those who often also experience

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Examples of policies that could protect those vulnerable to disasters include

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A good example of a "natural disaster" which led to serious harm, some of which was preventable, includes (choose two)

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Justice

A quiz about the many roles of justice in bioethics.

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Justice is complicated by

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Can justice require that someone with an extra need receive extra of something provided by taxpayers? (For example, a tutor, a supplement to make up for a past nutritional deficit, etc.)

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The social determinants of health include

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Independent contractors differ from employees and generally do not receive

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Which of the following statements is true?

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Justice is subject to many viewpoints and considerations. A question relevant to justice is

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Law and justice concern which of the following questions?

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