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Which of the following best describes a professional code of ethics?
Which of the following best describes the principles of ethical and moral conduct set forth as they relate to the medical assistant?
Which of the following statements applies to a medical assistant's knowledge of information in a patient's life acquired in the course of employment?
Which of the following is NOT considered to be one of the five Ps of ethical power?
Which of the following treatments is considered an ethical issue and has existing laws or regulations directly affecting the issue?
Which of the following is the most appropriate response when you are confronted with a patient procedure or treatment that is legal but is a bioethical dilemma?
Which of the following best describes the potential of identifying genes that predispose individuals to certain illnesses and diseases and manipulating or altering those genes to prevent or cure the disease or illness?
If an individual has suspected HIV/AIDS and she is infecting unsuspecting individuals, what should the physician do?
Which of the following best describes an example of information that would allow or require health professionals to report a confidence?
A patient's medical chart and the information in it are the property of which of the following?
What are biological moral issues arising from advances in modern technology and sophisticated medical research called?
On the subject of ethics regarding abortion, which of the following is true?
In allocation of scarce health resources, ethical considerations include which of the following?
Which of the following refers to a physician's directive that specifies an individual's end-of-life wishes?
Training in disaster preparedness is done for which of the following?
Stem cells in cord blood can help in which of the following diseases?
Scientists have already cloned which of the following?
The process by which the ovum is fertilized in a culture dish, allowed to grow, and then implanted into the uterus is known as which of the following?
Physicians have the right to refuse to participate in abortions.
A physician is free to choose to whom he will provide services but may not refuse on the basis of any illegal discrimination.
Physician-assisted suicide is illegal in all states.
It is always unethical for physicians to engage in fee splitting.
Hospice discourages cardiopulmonary resuscitation, IV therapy, and feeding tubes.
Ethics refers to personal choices, whereas morals are more of a philosophy related to making judgments about right and wrong.
Providers can take a certain number of patients on a reduced cost basis or provide free services.
Employers are encouraged to hire an ethically diverse group of medical professionals.
Stalking is not considered a form of abuse.