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Ethics Exam Three Study Guide

Chapters 8, 9, 10, 11


Answer the following questions below for each chapter using your textbook.  Highlight your answer for each question and provide the page number to indicate where you found the answer.  There are a total of 36 questions.  85% of the questions must be answered to receive 10 points towards your exam three. If 90% or all of the questions are answered, you will receive 15 points towards exam three. 

Chapter 8-Things to Know

1. The new decision-making model taking place in health care

2. What led to the paradigm shift in health care related to the decision-making models?

3. Debates or controversial thoughts regarding evidence-based medicine

4. Know the terms: evidence-based medicine, evidence-based guidelines, conflict of interest, research bias, evidence ranking

5. Know the current evidence-based decision with its former tradition-based counterpart.

6. Know the principle of evidence-based medicine and its statements

7. What evidence-based medicine focuses on combining

8. What can lead to untrustworthy approaches to evidence-based medicine

9. Who is responsible to follow evidence-based medicine practices

Chapter 9-Things to know

1. Why the current malpractice system needs to be replaced

2. Who lobbied for corporate practice prohibitions?

3. Insurance companies and how they rate hospitals based on actual claims and malpractice history

4. Know the element of the Torres-Lazarini v. United States

5. Know descriptors such as serious adverse event, serious reportable event, preventable adverse event

6. Know the terms: malpractice, negligence, defensive medicine, standard of care

7. The ratio of prescribed different medications

8. Which ethical principles support the idea that health care providers should not be solely liable in cases where cutting-edge and innovative medical treatments do not meet patients’ expectations

9. Know the ethical principles that may better lend itself to determining the best set of values to apply to malpractice.

Chapter 10-Things to know

1. Different diagnosable mental disorders

2. What a person with an intellectual disability lacks

3. Defining mental illness and disability

4. The number of veterans with PTSD

5. Know the following:  disease burden, health care cost, Tucson, Arizona massacre, gun violence

6. Know the elements of the Doe. ex rel. Tarlow v. District of Columbia, et al

7. Know what mental illness is the second leading cause of

8. Evidence needed to be confined for antisocial personality

9. What is 3 to 5 times higher in state prisons then in the general public?


Chapter 11-Things to know

1. How do Americans generally feel about the disease about the HIV/AID Pandemic after three decades?

2. What is defined as a communicable disease outbreak that infects at least 1 percent of the general population?

3. The underinsured and payment for HIV/AIDs medication

4. Know concepts related to the criminalization of exposure to HIV infection

5. Know the issues  affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

6. Know statistics related to HIV/AIDS and TB

7. What one side of the HIV/AIDS reporting debate supports sharing for students with HIV in schools

8. What the U.S. health industry opposes widespread of

9. What the Access to Medicines coalition fears


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