law and ethics ch 8 (phlebotomy)

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law and ethics ch 8 (phlebotomy)
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  1. philosophy
    a basic viewpoint of the system of values of an individual or society
  2. deontological
    ethical theory based on duty and obligation
  3. teleological
    ethical theory involving outcome, whether an action produces greater good in the world.
  4. bioethics
    refers to life and death ethical issues and the implications of the application of biological research
  5. virtue
    goodness conforming to the standard of moral excellence
  6. immoral
    not moral
  7. amoral
    without moral
  8. values
    principles considered desirable
  9. political
    administration of public affairs, particularly those of a government
  10. etiquette
    the prescribed code of courteous social behavior
  11. –Certain contagious diseases
    –Measles
    –Meningitis
    –AIDS
    –Gun shot wounds
    –Child abuse
    –Other victim abuses
    statutes exist that require physicians to report:
  12. means “duty” or “obligation
    deontological
  13. “end” and “logos,” which means words or saying.
    Teleological

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