Ethics as a Physician's Assistant
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'Ethics key to success in medical profession' - The Hindu

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'Ethics key to success in medical profession'
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The demand for medical education has gone up in recent years, with a plethora of opportunities opening up in the health care sector.
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Medical Ethics Doctors Intelligence (M.E.D.I)

In the future of the medical field, in order to remain ethical, the Medical Board had created an artificial intelligence that is embedded with all the ethica...
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Medical experts gathering in JHB to discuss issues around ethics in the medical industry

Still on the subject of dubious medical practices,practicioners and experts in the field are gathering in Johannesburg to discuss issues around ethics in the...
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Health Care in Danger: Why medical ethics matters (Part 1/3)

Health-care workers need to know both their roles and their responsibilities, especially if they are working in situations of armed conflict and other emerge...
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2. Medical Ethics Lecture: Section 1.0

http://jasonjcampbell.org/uploads/Medical_Ethics_Lecture_Series.pdf.
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Impartiality - Medical Interpreting Code of Ethics

1. Do not impose your values, or try to persuade or dissuade the patient about what to do or not do regarding decisions.

Example: If a medical intepreter does not believe in abortion, he or she must interpret what is said accurately and impartially without interfering or trying to influence the patient's thinking regarding a decision.

2. Interpret what is said without bias, edits or interjections even about religious or spiritual beliefs far different than your own.

Example: If a patient sees visions or spirits which is part of his or her religion, you must interpret what the patient said without interjecting or adding any opinion, or bias based on how you feel.


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Caught between a doctor's code of ethics and the law of the land - Rapid City Journal

Caught between a doctor's code of ethics and the law of the land - Rapid City Journal | Ethics as a Physician's Assistant | Scoop.it
Caught between a doctor's code of ethics and the law of the land Rapid City Journal The American Medical Association's (AMA's) Code of Medical Ethics says it plainly: physicians are to sustain life but also to relieve suffering; and where one duty...
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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, po...
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Laurence McCullough-The Invention of the Ethical Concept of Medicine as a Profession (Sept.28, 2011)

The Invention of the Ethical Concept of Medicine as a Profession: The Importance of the Scottish and English Enlightenments for Contemporary Medical Ethics C...
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Medical Law & Ethics Video Lecture

A short lecture on the medical record in relation to medical law and ethics.
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