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Principles of Medical Ethics
Transcript: Hello and welcome. I'm Dr. George Lundberg, and this is At Large at MedPage Today. The American Medical Association was founded in 1846 for a number of reasons, including to create a Code of Medical Ethics. It did, and the Code is alive in 2010. I believe that all medical students should memorize these bedrock principles -- a little like many did the Boy Scout Oath and Law. And, I believe that all physicians should follow them scrupulously, lifelong. The Principles are: I. A physician shall be dedicated to providing competent medical care, with compassion and respect for human dignity and rights. II. A physician shall uphold the standards of professionalism, be honest in all professional interactions, and strive to report physicians deficient in character or competence, or engaging in fraud or deception, to appropriate entities. III. A physician shall respect the law and also recognize a responsibility to seek changes in those requirements which are contrary to the best interests of the patient. IV. A physician shall respect the rights of patients, colleagues, and other health professionals, and shall safeguard patient confidences and privacy within the constraints of the law. V. A physician shall continue to study, apply, and advance scientific knowledge, maintain a commitment to medical education, make relevant information available to patients, colleagues, and the public, obtain consultation, and use the talents of other health professionals when indicated. VI. A physician shall, in the provision of appropriate patient care, except in emergencies, be free to choose whom to serve, with whom to associate, and the environment in which to provide medical care. VII. A physician shall recognize a responsibility to participate in activities contributing to the improvement of the community and the betterment of public health. VIII. A physician shall, while caring for a patient, regard responsibility to the patient as paramount. IX. A physician shall support access to medical care for all people. That's it. The Nine. Do them now, and forever. That's my opinion. I'm Dr. George Lundberg, At Large for MedPage Today. Medpage Today: http://medpagetoday.com Online CME - Continuing medical education: http://www.medpagetoday.com/cme/ Latest medical news: http://www.medpagetoday.com/latest/ The MedPage Today app: iOS: https://goo.gl/JKrkHq Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medpagetoday.medpage MedPage Today Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MedPageToday Medpage Today on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MedPageToday
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QMQ: ANSWERS - Ep 01 - Medical Ethics "How Ethical Are You?"
The next time you hear a monotheist tell a non-believer that morals come from the Bible or that moral reasoning cannot provide an ethical code of conduct, point them to the body of Medical Ethics. :) I find Medical Ethics to be so fascinating because we are required to implement our moral reasoning in order to discover the best course of action in a difficult situation. Physicians are bound by the Hippocratic oath, dating back to the late 5th century BCE. The original oath was sworn to the Greek gods, including Apollo, and the oath served to guide the practice of healers and bind them to the doctrine of "do no harm". Ethics was of immense importance to the Hellenistic world, in fact, Plato and Aristotle were the first great philosophers to study and write about ethics in detail. In contrast, Jews, Christians, and Muslims believe morals and ethics are only derived from their specific holy books. Therefore, how do monotheists explain the refined set of medical ethics we have today? What does the Bible have to say about the therapeutic privilege exception to informed consent, doctor-patient confidentiality, sexual relationships with former patients, and accepting gifts from pharmaceutical companies? Ancient scrolls written many thousands of years ago could never hope predict all the moral and ethical dilemmas future societies would face. The Bible cannot speak to modern-day medical ethics just as it says nothing about insider trading, sexual harassment in the work place, or the ethical obligation of lawyers to defend clients known to be guilty. I find it truly amazing at the same the ancient Greeks were refining a code of ethics by which to conduct the practice of medicine, the Hebrews were cursing Babylon and threatening to seize Babylonian infants and violently dash them against rocks (Psalm 137:9). These two groups actually coexisted, and you could not hope to find a better example of two morally polarized theistic belief systems in the ancient world. There is a major disconnect between what the Bible considers morally acceptable, and the ethical standards of practice of physicians, lawyers, law enforcement officials, and the public at large. Our modern-day understanding of ethics can only be derived from moral reasoning. The Bible simply did not have the foresight nor the capacity to speak on modern-day ethical dilemmas, and in some cases, such as those of slavery and infanticide, the Bible is totally devoid of ethics, compassion, and the doctrine of "do no harm". As we can see by the sheer variety of ethical dilemmas that doctors and other health care providers must face, there is no way the authors of the Bible, Aristotle, Hippocrates, or any other ancient text could predict the way ethical conduct would be practiced by future civilizations. Indeed, the body of medicine is continually growing and shows no signs of relenting. In one hundred, five hundred, or even a thousands years the novel problems the future of medicine will encounter will be entirely different than our own. There is no conceivable way to predict the kinds of bio-ethical dilemmas our descendants will face, and only a strong ethical foundation and the ability to morally reason will allow them to continue to refine their ethical codes of conduct. However, what can be certain of, is that the foundations of ethics will never change. "Do no harm" was the under-riding principle of medical ethics over 25 centuries ago, and it will continue to be 25 centuries from now. But unfortunately for monotheists, the same kind of comparison cannot be made with their historical documents regarding moral and ethical conduct. ----------------------------------- MUSIC CITED: Intro: "Happy-Go-Lively" - Ren and Stimpy soundtrack "When it Falls" - Zero 7 "Deb Cries" - Dexter Soundrack ----------------------------------- WORKS CITED: Practice questions taken from USMLE review material such as "First Aid" and "Kaplan".
Views: 27043 Discovering Religion
Healthcare Professionals
http://www.probloodborne.com There are ethical and professional policies that healthcare professionals must follow. Check out your workplace for the requirements. You may also have to notify if you have any infections. There are highly resistant infections, and care has to be taken. Exposure prevention is the best policy; check your workplace protocols. Video created by ProTrainings. Visit http://www.ProTrainings.com
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TCC Home Health Ethics
TCC Home Health Ethics
Views: 335 Shadrach Foley
Ethics: Principles & Practices
NC Real Estate Commission approved 4 hour elective on Ethics. Also meets National Association of Realtors quadrennial ethics training requirement.
Views: 660 superiorschool
Spotlight on Ethics
A series of conversations with ethicists working at Emory's Center for Ethics. Today our guest is Dr. John Banja, who is a medical ethicist at the Center for Ethics and a Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. We will be talking about how to understand medical error as it relates to hospitals, medical education, health care professionals and the patients themselves. Have approaches to medical error improved over the years? What creates ethical medical systems? Who gets the blame? Watch this two part series and join the conversation on our blog.
Views: 1187 Emory University
Why and How to Teach Medical Ethics
Lecturer: Prof. Alan Rubinow The Neuro Ethics Meeting Held at Jerusalem by the Tel Aviv University 2009
Views: 8167 TAUVOD
Increasing Medical Practice Value Ethics
Medical practice appraisal valuation and ethics
Views: 132 Keith C Borglum
Medical Ethics - H.G.
The "behavioural sciences" presentation that I was supposed to give, but the cruddy college's machine didn't have any powerpoint 2010... And the stupid me didn't bring my own machine... So, I had to give a cruddy 2007 presentation... Even though, most of the people liked it, I couldn't present what I wanted to, due to the disappointment of not having 2010... H-in-aaaaaaaa... :-) p.s. it was all ad-lib... hehe...
Views: 563 Haris Iqbal
Medical Ethics and the Law
Dr. S. V. Joga Rao
Views: 5579 ignousohs
Legal and Ethical Issues in Medical Treatment of Children with Variations of Sex Anatomy
Speaker: Anne Tamar-Mattis An estimated 1 in 2,000 babies is born with a Difference of Sex Development (DSD or intersex condition). Currently, there is much controversy regarding the best course of treatment for those children with DSD born with atypical genitals. However, little attention has gone to the process of decision-making, or to other important questions such as sterilization of children with DSD or protecting privacy rights. This workshop begins with an overview of the biology of DSD and the basic legal and ethical principles of surrogate consent in pediatric cases. We will then discuss some key legal and ethical questions. Participants will become familiar with key legal and ethical issues in the treatment of children with DSDs, with special attention to unsettled questions of law and uncertain medical outcomes. Participants will deepen their understanding of the ethics and law of surrogate decision-making for children. Participants will be able to identify potential situations in the treatment of children with DSDs where additional legal or ethical consultation may be indicated.
Views: 4336 UC Berkeley Events
QMQ: Ep 01 - Medical Ethics "How Ethical Are You?" (Question)
Follow up video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b25fe_KR5U I am making you guys work for this one. :) But please take the exam and see how you do! ----------- The first installment of my new series, "Quick Moral Quandaries". Although in future installments I plan to present only one question and then a follow up explanatory video a few days later, this initial episode contains a series of questions regarding medical ethics. As some of you may know, I am currently in medical school and I always found medical ethics to be of particular interest. I would like to share a selection of my favorite questions, which are used for training purposes for the first step of the United States Medical Licensing Exam, or USMLE for short, which all medical students must complete in order to practice medicine within the United States. In the follow up video I will reveal the answers, discuss why they are correct, as well as examine the implications of medical ethics with regard to theistic morality. Keep an eye open for the answer video in over the few couple days!
Views: 10200 Discovering Religion
Nursing Ethics Movie
Ethics movie for Case Study for Communication for health professionals
Views: 24038 anursing2011
Disaster Ethics: An Introduction by Michael Weaver, MD
http://www.practicalbioethics.tv The Perfect Storm Disaster Ethics Symposium and Public Forum The Center for Practical Bioethics hosted a symposium and public forum on the ethics of readiness, response and recovery of disasters on December 7, 2011 in Kansas City. The symposium featured presentations by medical professionals who were on the scene during the Hyatt Hotel disaster in Kansas City, Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, and the tornado that ripped through Joplin, Missouri in May 2011. Michael Weaver, MD, an emergency medicine physician with Saint Luke's Health System in Kansas City, Missouri, led the committee that planned the program.
Views: 1346 PracticalBioethics
Dr. Sharon Thompson - Fundamental Principles of Research Ethics
Ethical Issues Seminar: Dr. Sharon Thompson - Fundamental Principles of Research Ethics
Views: 1860 utepsonmultimedia
Key Ethical Principles
Principle of Respect for Persons. All individual human beings are presumed to be free and responsible persons and should be treated as such in proportion to their ability in the circumstances. Individuals with reduced autonomy are entitled to appropriate protection, according to the principles of subsidiarity, human dignity, justice, charity, and vicarious consent.
VA: Principles, Attitudes & Code of Ethics
What do you know about virtual assistants? What do you not know? Just asking. Originally a presentation found at: http://www.slideshare.net/virtualassistantinc Connect with us! http://www.virtualassistant.org http://virtual-assistant-org.blogspot.com http://twitter.com/VAsocial http://www.facebook.com/virtualassistantinc
Views: 239 VirtualAssistantInc
Lab ethics
Short film about Lab Ethics
Views: 2188 utuber35
Ethical Principles for Youth Mentoring Relationships - Quality in Action Webinar, May 2010
"First Do No Harm: Ethical Principles for Youth Mentoring Relationships" was the topic for this installment of the Quality in Action Webinar Series, featuring Dr. Renee Spencer and Dr. Belle Liang. Download the slides at www.slideshare.net/traininginstitute. Register for the next webinar - they're free: http://www.mpmn.org/Training/MPMTRAINING/WebinarSeries.aspx
Views: 775 MENTOR Minnesota
Introduction to Health Research Ethics, Business Ethics, and Public Health Ethics.wmv
This is for residents, fellows, and graduate students at Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University. Produced by Dr.Thira Woratanarat, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Email: [email protected]
Views: 248 thiraphase3
Ethics and Public Heath
Interventions aimed at improving public health can be controversial. This short film was made in 2011 by Medical students at the University of Leicester, UK as an assessed activity in their Special Studies module. The video was produced by Sunjay Parmar, Dhawal Patel, Lewis Peake, Charlie Strachan and Jamie Thomson. It received good marks for ethical content. The use of puppets split the judges, but overall seen to have been an effective and engaging tool. The focusing might could have been better and they lost some marks for this. The film was the inaugural winner of the Box Office Bioethics competition run by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics (http://nuffieldbioethics.org/education/education-box-office-bioethics-2011-2012-winners). Key words: public health, Nuffield Council on Bioethics, smoking, vaccination
Views: 4299 BioethicsBytes
Medical Marketing  - Is Marketing Ethical
Discover some of the secrets to ethical, tasteful marketing by watching this video. Then, get more information at HealthcareSuccess.com, or call (800) 656-0907.
Views: 658 Healthcare Success
Medical Ethics Short
Views: 1617 wfubioethics
The Rise and Fall of Public Health Ethics - Darren Shickle Part 1
Dr Darren Shickle talks about ethics in Public health at the Gleube History of Bioethics Conference January 2011
Views: 925 EuropeanBioethics
Medical Ethicist Discusses Henrietta Lacks, Informed Consent
University of Maryland Associate Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Sam Kerstein, explains informed consent, medical ethics, and the treatment of Henrietta Lacks. This video is part of a series of interviews conducted with faculty and staff experts on topics related to this year's First Year Book selection, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks." Video by Allie Wilding Published August 15, 2001 Copyright University of Maryland, First Year Book Program
Views: 23565 fybmaryland
Nursing Ethics.m4v
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Spotlight on Ethics Part II
A series of conversations with ethicists working at Emory's Center for Ethics. Today our guest is Dr. John Banja, who is a medical ethicist at the Center for Ethics and a Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. We will be talking about how to understand medical error as it relates to hospitals, medical education, health care professionals and the patients themselves. Have approaches to medical error improved over the years? What creates ethical medical systems? Who gets the blame? Watch this two part series and join the conversation on our blog.
Views: 284 Emory University
The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment and Medical Ethics
University of Maryland Associate Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Sam Kerstein, explains the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment and how it influenced medical ethics, and the treatment of patients. This video is part of a series of interviews conducted with faculty and staff experts on topics related to this year's First Year Book selection, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks." Video by Allie Wilding Published August 15, 2001 Copyright University of Maryland, First Year Book Program
Views: 44359 fybmaryland
Author: M Rice Defintion: 1. having moral and ethical principles, doing the right thing always 2. (math) whole or complete
Views: 8324 SMUedvideos
Ethics and Fraud at HealthSouth: Lessons from Inside a Corporate Meltdown
In 2005, Aaron Beam, co-founder and former CFO of HealthSouth, pled guilty to bank fraud and was sentenced to prison for his role at HealthSouth, in the largest corporate fraud to come to light prior to the Enron debacle. While Beam left in 1997, financial mis-statements at HealthSouth kept growing, totaling more than $1.4 billion in fraudulent earnings when the whistle was blown in 2003. Chastened by his role in this tragedy, he candidly discusses his mistakes and regrets about giving in to pressure and greed, and shares lessons learned about how to be vigilant in guarding yourself and your organization from this slippery slope.
Catholic Medical Ethics
Thomas "Burke" J. Balch, J.D., P.R.P., Director of the Powell Center for Medical Ethics at National Right to Life Committee.
Views: 763 SaintMichaelHS
GagarinTV presents: "Morals & Principles" - COMMON HEALTHCARE -
GagarinTV Official Channel 9 of Gagaristan (c)THE DEATH OF GAGARIN
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TEDxHogeschoolUtrecht - Sebastian Deterding - Rethinking the Ethics of Design
Sebastian Deterding is a designer and researcher working on user experience, video games, persuasive technology and gameful design. He is broadly interested in how code shapes conduct -- and how to put that knowledge into practice. He is a PhD researcher in Communication at the Graduate School of the Research Center for Media and Communication, Hamburg University. He is also an affiliated researcher at the Hans Bredow Institute for Media Research in Hamburg, and works as an independent user experience designer. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 6863 TEDx Talks
Broadening bioethics: clinical ethics, public health and global health by Baroness Onora O'Neill
Baroness Onora O'Neill presents the 2011 Nuffield Council on Bioethics Annual Lecture. Synopsis: Medical ethics is the most discussed field of bioethics, and has been mainly concerned with clinical ethics. It has often marginalised ethical questions about public health. A focus on the treatment of individuals has highlighted patient choice and informed consent. It can be widened to discuss the just distribution of health care, but is useless for considering many other interventions and policies that matter for public health. Many public health interventions are non-distributable goods, so cannot be allocated to individuals or subjected to individual choice requirements. In marginalising public health, work in medical ethics also often marginalised questions about global health issues, where public health interventions matter hugely, and entrenched a deep separation of medical from environmental ethics. Work that takes public and global health seriously needs to be anchored in political philosophy, to look beyond informed consent and individual choice, and to ask which interventions are permissible without the consent of those whom they may affect, and which are not. Public health encompasses more than health 'promotion' and 'nudges', and even clinical interventions that are directed to individuals presuppose standards, technologies, and structures that cannot be matters of choice.
Views: 2805 ncobsb
Public Health Ethics.wmv
This is for residents, fellows, and graduate students at Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University. Produced by Dr.Thira Woratanarat, Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Email: [email protected]
Views: 221 thiraphase3
FutureTalk - Bio-Medical Ethics - Program 12
FutureTalk - Bio-Medical Ethics - Program 12 with David Mangus from Stanford Center for BioMedical Ethics
Views: 23 TheHealthWatch
Principles of Medical Law
BOOK REVIEW PRINCIPLES OF MEDICAL LAW 3rd Edition Editors: Andrew Grubb. Judith Laing, Jean McHale Consultant Editor: Professor Sir Ian Kennedy Oxford University Press ISBN: 978-0-19-954440-0 www.oup.com MEDICAL LAW: A CHANGING LANDSCAPE AT A CONTROVERSIAL TIME An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Since the last edition of 'Principles of Medical Law' was published six years ago, any number of changes in the healthcare landscape have emerged and with them, changes in the law, notably in reforming legislation, such as the Mental Health Act which reached the statute books in 2007. Also, much has been accomplished, for example, in the fields of assisted reproduction, and the use and regulation of human material such as human organs and tissue. Legal issues arising from healthcare as a profession, the structure of the NHS and the evolving regulatory environments which impact on it are also dealt with as the controversies rage. The book is the result of team efforts by at least 20 expert contributors. As the editors acknowledge, 'the depth of expertise that this volume has demonstrated in the past has been retained, whilst the changes that [have been] introduced reflect the evolving nature of this dynamic discipline'. In over 1,200 pages with 22 chapters and two short appendices, usefully and punctiliously annotated and footnoted where appropriate, this heavy volume is logically organized into seven parts, covering areas such as: The Organization of Health Care ... Regulating Health Care Professions... Duties of Contract and Tort and Breach of Duty... Consent to Treatment...Test for Capacity... Mental Health law... Clinical Research... Medically Assisted reproduction... the Regulation of Medicinal Products... and Medical Devices Patenting and the Human Body -- and more besides. Of great interest is Part Seven of the book which deals with the many fraught and vexed legal issues surrounding the ending of life, as well as the finality of death itself and how we might review this area of law in the future. It's an authoritative, detailed and scholarly work of reference which should be considered an essential purchase for any practitioner involved in any aspect of the law pertaining to healthcare. As one would expect of a work of this stature and erudition, there are over a hundred pages of tables of cases, legislation, statutory instruments and treaties and conventions, as well as a table of European Law and a table of Legislation from other jurisdictions. A useful and lengthy index facilitates further research for a work which is aimed at such a wide readership. The law is stated as at May 2010, plus further relevant changes added at proof stage to assist in what is such a changing landscape at such a difficult time.
Views: 455 Phillip Taylor
UVU: Ethics & Psychology Challenges of Campus Mental Health
Ethics and Psychology: The Challenges of Campus Mental Health Services with Jack L. Jensen, Director of Psychological Services, Cameron R. John, Associate Professor, Behavioral Sciences
How To Write an Ethics Paper
Basic introduction to writing an ethics paper for University of Alaska and STAR
Views: 18012 Douglas Borcoman
An introduction to ethical problem solving in counselling - Tim Bond
Free counselling study book http://www.counsellingtutor.com/ Ethical problem solving (CLICK SHOW MORE) My channel is all about learning counselling theories so be sure to subscribe. I would love to hear your comments, please comment below and I will answer you. Please click the thumbs up button and like this video and be sure to share it with your friends. About This video I discuss ethical problem solving for counsellors and psychotherapists this is based on Tim Bonds ethical problem solving grid for counsellors and psychotherapists -------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://www.youtube.com/user/CounsellingResource LIKE US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/counsellingresources DOWNLOAD Free counselling book @ http://www.counsellingtutor.com/
Views: 19647 CounsellingTutor
Medical Informed Consent Explained Funny
Medical Informed Consent explained, why you should use informed consent to protect your health, prescription drug addiction assistance, www.DrugRehabAdvisor.com explanation of Medical ethics, simplified. What informed consent should look like in doctor's office video on "What is Informed Consent?"
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The Rise and Fall of Public Health Ethics Darren Shickle Part 3 of 3
Part 3 of Darren Shickels presentation at the Gleube (Hi)story of Bioethics conference in January 2011
Views: 82 EuropeanBioethics
What We Mean by "Ethics"
James W. Wagner, President of Emory University, defines "ethics" as making decisions while taking into account moral principles. Wagner spoke Feb. 2, 2011, at the Second Annual Academic & Industry Intersection Conference, held at Emory Conference Center. About the Conference The conference was sponsored by Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute (ACTSI), led by Emory University with partners Morehouse School of Medicine and Georgia Institute of Technology, and Georgia Bio, the state's life sciences industry association. For more information, see http://www.actsi.org. About James W. Wagner Wagner has been President of Emory University since 2003. For more information, see the Office of the President web site, http://www.emory.edu/president/.
Views: 409 Emory University
Tort Law Basics for the Medical Assistant.wmv
Tort law introduction for Medical Assistant students powerpoints, case studies
Views: 8079 Carol Allingham

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