Bioethics Final

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Bioethics USD Test Ch7 Ch8 Ch9 Ch10
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General definitions, examples, Ch7,8,9,10 Law and Bioethics PHIL 331 Jones
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  1. Confidentiality
    • 1. Provide competent treatment
    • 2. Provide informed consent (shows respect)
    • 3. Preserve confidences
  2. [I] Ethical Issues of Confidentiality [Ch7]
    • A. Justification for confidentiality
    • .....1. Respect for patients.
    • .....2. Enhance effectiveness of treatment.
  3. [II] Professions codes of ethics for Confidentiality [Ch7]
    A. American American Medical Association, "Code of Medical Ethics".
  4. [III] Legal aspects of confidentiality [Ch7]
    • A. Physician/patient and psychotherapist/patient "privilege"
    • ...1. Exceptions
    • ......a. Waiver (ex:VBAC)
    • ......b. Court-appointed providers
    • ......c. Public interest
    • 1. Duty to report.
    • 2. Duty to warn.  
    • ........Ex: TarasoffvsUCRegent - kill -50/50
    • ........Ex: Reisner vs UCRegents - HIV
    • ........Ex: Safer vs Pack
    • ......d. Duty to warn
  5. 51/50
    52/50
    • 51/50: is police and/or doctor to initiate.
    • 52/50: is involuntary hold up to 14 days possibly 30 days.
  6. [IV] Special problem areas of Confidentiality. [Ch7]
    • A.Observed "facts" versus communications
    • B. The "Company" provider
    • C. Managed care & access to medical records
    • D. HIPPA
    • E. HIV & the duty to warn
  7. [I] Mental health professionals [Ch8]
    • A. psychologists
    • B. psychiatrists
  8. [II] The definition of "mental illness" [Ch8]
    • A. Origin of "mental illness"
    • ...1. Created versus discovered.
  9. [III] Ethical issues of "mental illness" [Ch8]
    • A. The nature of the psychotherapist/patient relationship.
    • ...1. Patient as rational consumer NO!
    • ......a. Pt<MD know about mental issues
    • ......b. pt are often impared
    • ......c. Patience don't bargin for services
    • ...2. Shared responsibility NO!
    • ......a. Pt<MD know about mental issues
    • ......b. pt are often impared
    • ......c. Patience don't bargin for services
    • ......d. ignores the differences in  .........experience & education between pt  .........& therapist.
    • ......e. ignore balance in power
    • ...3. Friendship NO!
    • ......a. Pt<MD know about mental issues
    • ......b. pt are often impared
    • ......c. Patience don't bargin for services
    • ......d. ignores the differences in 
    • .........experience & education between pt 
    • .........& therapist
    • .......e. ignore balance in power
    • ...4. Benevolent paternalism NO!
    • ........(Parent/child relation)
    • ....fosters dependence & not independence
    • ...5. Fiduciary
    • ......-Patient sets goals (iff in right mind)
    • ......-Psychotherapist provides the means
    • ............(with the patience consent)
  10. [IV] Professional Codes of ethics of "mental illness" [Ch8]
    • A. American psychological Association, "Ethical Principles of Psychologists".
    • B. American Association of Counseling, "Code of Ethics"
    • C. American Association of Marrige and Family Therapy, "Ethical Principles for Family Therpists".
  11. [V] Legal issues of "mental illness" [Ch8]
    • A. Psychotherapist malpractice
    • ...1. Duty
    • ...2. Breach
    • ...3. Causation
    • ...4. Damages
    • B. Special problem areas
    • ...1. Protecting patience from themselves
    • ...2. Duties to third parties
    • ...3. Institutional commitment
    • ......a. Voluntary
    • ......b. involuntary
    • ......c. treatment decisions
    • ......d. incompetence
    • ......e. use of restraints
  12. [I] 3 Wrongfuls of Human Reproduction [Ch9]
    • 1. Wrongful birth.
    • 2. Wrongful life.
    • 3. Wrongful conception.
  13. [II] Abortion of Human Reproduction [Ch9]
    • A. Definition
    • B. Ethical issues
    • ...1. Status of the fetus (pro-life)
    • ......a. Genetic code (46 chomosomes)
    • ......b. Potentiality (A pot. a B therefore B)
    • ......c. Brain Waves (starts 7 weeks..)
    • ......d. Capacities
    • ......e. Accrual theory
    • ...2. Rights of the woman
    • ......a. ethical status of fetus involvement
    • C. Legal issues
    • ...1. Right to privacy
    • ......a. Trimester framework
    • .........i) Potential
    • .........ii) Compelling at "viability"
    • .........iii) Negative versus positive right
    • .........iv) Status of aborted fetus
    • .........v) Prenatal DNR
    • ...2. Defective infants
    • ......a. Parental rights
    • .........i) CAPTA
    • ......b. Maternal/fetal conflicts
  14. [III] Assisted reproduction of Human Reproduction [Ch9]
    • A. Surrogate mothers
    • B. Embryo research
    • C. Gene therapy
    • ...1. theraputic
    • ...2. nontheraputic
    • D. Involuntary
    • E. Stem cell research
    • F. Human cloning
  15. [I] Uniform Anatomical Gift Act of Transplantation [Ch10]

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