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Walden MMHA6205 week 1 quiz




Question;Question 1One who has control over his/her own decisions isAnswervirtuousethicalcompassionateautonomoushopeful1 points Question 2An ethical principle that requires caregivers to avoid causing patients harm is known asAnswerbeneficencejusticenonmaleficencemedical paternalismconsequential1 points Question 3Statutory law isAnswerenacted by the judicial branch of governmentis derived from judicial decisionsa form of common lawwritten law enacted by a legislaturea, b, & c above1 points Question 4To recover damages caused by negligence, one must proveAnswerduty to care / duty of carebreach of dutyinjurycausationall of the above1 points Question 5Conduct expected of an individual in a given situation is known asAnswernegligencetortbatterystandard of careall of the above1 points Question 6An offense punishable by less than one year in jail and/or a fine is aAnswerfelonyfraudmisdemeanortortnegligence1 points Question 7A civil wrong, not including breach of contract, that is committed against a person or property for which a court provides a correction in the form of an action for damages is aAnswercontractcriminal offensenegligence acttortbreach of duty1 points Question 8A moral dilemma is a situation in whichAnswera physician insists on a course of actiona patient is acting autonomouslyeveryone agrees about what to dovalues, rights, duties, or loyalties conflictnone of the above1 points Question 9_______________________ describes the principle of doing good, demonstrating kindness, showing compassion, and helping others.AnswerBeneficenceNonmaleficenceJusticeVirtue1 points Question 10A legal obligation of care, performance, or observance imposed on one to safeguard the rights of others is known asAnswerinjurydutycausationrespondeat superiornegligence


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