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The Rebbetzin's Husband: The Ethics of Palliative Sedation

Recently, I was asked about the ethics of palliative sedation (also known as "terminal sedation"). This is separate from palliative care, and the problems of hospice. Here, we are talking about sedating someone to the point of ...
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Managing Business Ethics, 6th Edition - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

Managing Business Ethics, 6th Edition - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook | Ethics | Scoop.it
Managing Business Ethics, 6th Edition PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 1118582675, By Katherine A. Nelson, Linda K. Trevino

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Section I: Introduction
Chapter 1: Introducing Straight Talk About Managing Business Ethics: Where We’re Going and Why

 

Section II: Ethics and The Individual
Chapter 2: Deciding What’s Right: A Prescriptive Approach
Chapter 3: Deciding What’s Right: A Psychological Approach
Chapter 4: Addressing Individuals’ Common Ethical Problems

 

Section III: Managing Ethics in The Organization
Chapter 5: Ethics as Organizational Culture
Chapter 6: Managing Ethics and Legal Compliance
Chapter 7: Managing for Ethical Conduct
Chapter 8: Ethical Problems of Managers

 

Section IV: Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility
Chapter 9: Corporate Social Responsibility
Chapter 10: Ethical Problems of Organizations
Chapter 11: Managing for Ethics and Social Responsibility in a Global Environment

Cynthia Atkins's curator insight, August 25, 2015 11:06 AM

Required reading for Greenbaum's Ethics Class

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Scientists voice fears over ethics of drug trials remaining unpublished

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[The Guardian] Almost a third of large clinical trials in the US still not published five years after being finished, scientists write in BMJ Scientists say about 250,000 people have taken part in unpublished trials and have therefore been exposed...
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We need to talk about Hegel

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A funny thing happened on the way to the federal election: someone mentioned Hegel.

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Should Batman Kill the Joker? Perspectives from Five Famous Philosophers

Should Batman Kill the Joker? Perspectives from Five Famous Philosophers | Ethics | Scoop.it

Tauriq Moosa, an ethicist writing for the site Big Think, recently posted a thought piece titled Why Batman Should Kill the Joker.


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Research Ethics

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Published by SAGE publishing house, Research Ethics is aimed at all readers and authors interested...

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Is there a need for cyber-ethics? - Thought Leader

Is there a need for cyber-ethics? - Thought Leader | Ethics | Scoop.it

The recent spate of events where governments, magazine-employees and various other social actors have acted in ways that have invited spirited debate about the justifiability of their actions, lead to an unavoidable question: Is there a need for cyber-ethics?

 

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Ethics as Usual

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Ethics matter! Lack of ethical clarity is not only confusing, it also erodes trust, destroys moral leadership, and weakens the fabric of our society.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, May 29, 2013 4:33 PM

Food for thought! With all the ethics statements in our corporations, why do we still stuggle with this topic?

Lucilia Nunes's curator insight, May 30, 2013 8:07 AM

some easy remarks....

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Ethics as Usual

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Ethics matter! Lack of ethical clarity is not only confusing, it also erodes trust, destroys moral leadership, and weakens the fabric of our society.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, May 29, 2013 4:33 PM

Food for thought! With all the ethics statements in our corporations, why do we still stuggle with this topic?

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David Foster Wallace (1962-2008) On Being An Ethical Adult

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"The really important kind of freedom involves attention, and awareness, and discipline, and effort, and being able truly to care about other people and to sacrifice for them, over and over, in myr...

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What is Grounded Theory? - Grounded Theory Online

What is Grounded Theory? - Grounded Theory Online | Ethics | Scoop.it
Supporting Grounded Theory researchers; we offer practical help with doing Grounded Theory through online seminars, 1:1 coaching/mentoring, consulting and review.

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Various introductory texts on Grounded Theory with valuable hints for newcomers

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Machiavellian Management Ethics: 500 years of “The Prince ...

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What is more important for business success: behaving ethically or earning a good reputation? What then is the role of ethics in the context of management?
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How Much Is Enough Certainty to Make a Decision About Life or Death?

How Much Is Enough Certainty to Make a Decision About Life or Death? | Ethics | Scoop.it
How much is enough certainty to make a decision about life or death, sickness or health? (The Odds on My Baby http://t.co/g9T2oRRljh)
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SCOTUS needs a code of ethics

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Opinion: "Trust us" is not good enough for America's highest court.


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Open Science, the future of scientific research

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Open Science is a movement that aims to make research results more rapidly accessible, reusable and transparent for everybody all around the world.

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Antonio Figueiredo's curator insight, May 19, 2013 6:11 PM

Open Science a movement that aims to make research results more rapidly accessible, reusable and transparent for everybody all around the world

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Palliative care’s role grows in solving end-of-life conflicts

Palliative care’s role grows in solving end-of-life conflicts | Ethics | Scoop.it
[American Medical News] This particular case highlights some very common issues in end-of-life care: problems with patient competence, surrogate vs.
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Applying-the-Ethics-of-Care-to-Your-Nursing-Practice.pdf


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"The three major elements of the theory are the carative factors, the transpersonal caring relationship, and the caring occasion/caring moment. Her carative factors endeavor to “honor the human dimensions of nursing’s work and the inner life world and subjective experiences of the people we serve." Two examples of these carative factors, which were later changed to caritas factors in 2001, in clinical practice are “developing and sustaining a helping-trusting, authentic caring relationship” and “being present to, and supportive of, the expression of positive and negative feelings as a connection with deeper spirit of self and the one-being cared-for.”"
Carley Edwards's comment, March 18, 2013 11:49 PM
For the nurse to have a trusting and caring relationship with their patient, they must be aware of their own feelings that could affect their judgement for the patient. They must have the right spirit within them selves but also within their patient to give the proper caring for them. They must learn about their patient so they will be able to properly take care of them the best way that they can.
Carley Edwards's comment, March 19, 2013 12:23 AM
It is said that there are four stages of caring for a patient: caring about, taking care of, caregiving, and care receiving. There are also the four elements or fundamentals necessary for effective caring that require certain attitudes and skills. Good care combines certain activities, attitudes, and knowledge of the patient and the situation. The four elements include: attentiveness, responsibility, competence, responsiveness of the care receiver.
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Medical ethics language doesn’t stick with students

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[American Medical News] A study finds a gap between learning ethical terms and using them in a clinical setting, which can lead to a lack of shared understanding.
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Mark Rowlands - Is there a right to believe? (read of the day)

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You are entitled to believe what you will, but your beliefs must to be subject to criticism and scrutiny just like mine

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Here is a true story. A young philosophy lecturer — let us call him Shane — is charged with the task of introducing young minds to the wonders of philosophy. His course, a standard Introduction to Philosophy, contains a section on the philosophy of religion: the usual arguments-for-and-against-the-existence-of-God stuff. One of Shane’s students complains to Shane’s Dean that his cherished religious beliefs are being attacked. ‘I have a right to my beliefs,’ the student claims. Shane’s repeated interrogations of those beliefs amounts to an attack on this right to believe. Shane’s institution is not a particularly enlightened one. The Dean concurs with the student, and instructs Shane to desist in teaching philosophy of religion.

But what exactly does it mean to claim ‘a right to my beliefs’? It often comes up in a religious context, but can arise in others too. Shane could just as easily be teaching Marxist theory to a laissez-faire capitalist student, or imparting evidence for global warming to a global warming sceptic. Whatever the context, the claim of a right to one’s beliefs is a curious one. We might distinguish two different interpretations of this claim. First, there is the evidential one. You have an evidential right to your belief if you can provide appropriate evidence in support of it. I have, in this sense, no right to believe that the moon is made of green cheese because my belief is lacking in any supporting evidence.

 

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Do LinkedIn Endorsements Violate Legal Ethics?

Do LinkedIn Endorsements Violate Legal Ethics? | Ethics | Scoop.it

An update from LinkedIn this morning indicated that a connection of mine had endorsed me as being skilled in litigation. The person who endorsed me is someone I know only through the Internet. We have never met or spoken, that I can recall. If a lawyer permits an endorsement to remain on the lawyer’s LinkedIn profile that the lawyer knows to be misleading, even if someone else posted the endorsement.Turning to Google in search of an answer, I discovered that smarter people than I had already considered this question. Their answers, however, are not in agreement.


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