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History of Medical Ethics

JEOPARDY. NOTABLE CASES. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. HIPPOCRATES. PATERNALISM. PRINCIPLES. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. MISC.. Paternalism’s .

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History of Medical Ethics






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History of Medical EthicsJEOPARDYSlide2

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Paternalism’s guiding principle states that this person decides what is best for the patient and tries to follow that course of actionPATERNALISM FOR 100Slide4

Who is the doctorPATERNALISM FOR 100Slide5

Has no control over what treatments are givenPATERNALISM FOR 200Slide6

Who is the patientPATERNALISM FOR 200Slide7

Type of paternalism that seeks to prevent an existing harmPATERNALISM FOR 300Slide8

What is negative paternalismPATERNALISM FOR 300Slide9

When a doctor makes a decision that appeals to the patient’s valuesPATERNALISM FOR 400Slide10

What is soft paternalismPATERNALISM FOR 400Slide11

Type of paternalism in which the doctor takes into account the wishes of a patient’s husband/wife instead of the wishes of the patientPATERNALISM FOR 500Slide12

What is hard paternalismPATERNALISM FOR 500Slide13

What Hippocrates based his medical practice onHIPPOCRATES FOR 100Slide14

What is the observation and the study of the human bodyHIPPOCRATES FOR 100Slide15

The location of Hippocrates’s medical schoolHIPPOCRATES FOR 200Slide16

What is the Island of Cos, GreeceHIPPOCRATES FOR 200Slide17

Upheld by medical professionals from the start of their practiceHIPPOCRATES FOR 300Slide18

What is the Hippocratic OathHIPPOCRATES FOR 300Slide19

How Hippocrates viewed the body, rather than in partsHIPPOCRATES FOR 400Slide20

What is a whole unitHIPPOCRATES FOR 400Slide21

Belief held by Hippocrates regarding the onset of patient illnessHIPPOCRATES FOR 500Slide22

What is a rational explanationHIPPOCRATES FOR 500Slide23

Condition studied by the Nazis regarding body temperatureNOTABLE CASES FOR 100Slide24

What is hypothermiaNOTABLE CASES FOR 100Slide25

Condition that Nancy Cruzan was in for several yearsNOTABLE CASES FOR 200Slide26

What is persistent vegetative stateNOTABLE CASES FOR 200Slide27

Disease of interest in the Tuskegee studyNOTABLE CASES FOR 300Slide28

What is syphilisNOTABLE CASES FOR 300Slide29

This code was established in 1946NOTABLE CASES FOR 400Slide30

What is the Nuremberg CodeNOTABLE CASES FOR 400Slide31

Occupation of most participants in the Tuskegee studyNOTABLE CASES FOR 500Slide32

What is a sharecropperNOTABLE CASES FOR 500Slide33

Patient confidentiality is associate with this legal actPRINCIPLES FOR 100Slide34

What is HIPAAPRINCIPLES FOR 100Slide35

What should be done regarding impaired colleaguesPRINCIPLES FOR 200Slide36

What is reportPRINCIPLES FOR 200Slide37

Type of relationship that should be avoided between doctors and patientsPRINCIPLES FOR 300Slide38

What is sexualPRINCIPLES FOR 300Slide39

Working within range of responsibility and abilities in the medical fieldPRINCIPLES FOR 400Slide40

What is scope of practicePRINCIPLES FOR 400Slide41

Concept where medical professionals use patients for personal gainPRINCIPLES FOR 500Slide42

What is gaming the systemPRINCIPLES FOR 500Slide43

Individual who determines benefit vs. harm in the doctor/patient relationshipMISCELLANEOUS FOR 100Slide44

Who is the patientMISCELLANEOUS FOR 100Slide45

Document that expresses the privileges of patients regarding their careMISCELLANEOUS FOR 200Slide46

What is Patient Bill of RightsMISCELLANEOUS FOR 200Slide47

Used as an anesthetic during the Mexican-American WarMISCELLANEOUS FOR 300Slide48

What is EtherMISCELLANEOUS FOR 300Slide49

Vaccination that became mainstream in 2009MISCELLANEOUS FOR 400Slide50

What is H1N1 (Swine Flu)MISCELLANEOUS FOR 400Slide51

Kills twice as many people as AIDS annuallyMISCELLANEOUS FOR 500Slide52

What is breast cancerMISCELLANEOUS FOR 500