Archive for December, 2006

The Facts Regarding Ethical Issues with Alternative Therapies

Posted on31. Dec, 2006 by .

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Martin Richfield asked: No matter what the ailment, condition, or disease, every patient has the right to choice regarding the treatment, even if this means not taking treatment that could be life saving. There are always concerns with having any treatment or taking any medications. Ethical issues with alternative therapies do not necessarily have to […]

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Ethical Principles in Clinical Research

Posted on27. Dec, 2006 by .

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Raghav asked: Ethical principles in clinical research   Clinical research is defined as trials that evaluate an investigational drug, biological, or medical device on patients in a strictly, scientifically controlled setting in order to test the safety and efficacy of an experimental entity. Clinical research involves controlled use of humans in medical experiments.  As clinical […]

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Take a Look at the Issue of Ethics and Medicine

Posted on24. Dec, 2006 by .

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mahendra asked: The issue of ethics and medicine is very difficult to raise, greatly by Dr S G Kabra, who is a medical practioner, is unusual in that he is very consistently giving a look at the anomalies in the medical profession. In “Medicine Deranged”, he looks at the process through which the public health […]

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Why We Should Promote Ethical Leadership Today

Posted on22. Dec, 2006 by .

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Muna wa Wanjiru asked: Leaders of today often spread hatred among various communities in order to project themselves as a champion of a particular community. This is a very dangerous situation.  Leaders are people who have the capability to galvanize people for some specific purpose.  If the purpose is constructive, it goes on to create […]

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Ethics And The Internet

Posted on14. Dec, 2006 by .

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Jonathon Hardcastle asked: The focus of ethics and the Internet (E&I) research is directed on peoples’ actions rather than mere technology itself. At great human and economic cost, resources drawn from governments, industry and the academic communities have been assembled into a collection of interconnected networks called the Internet. Begun as a vehicle for experimental […]

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Ethics against Alternative Medicines Not Necessarily Reasonable

Posted on07. Dec, 2006 by .

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Martin Richfield asked: Ethics can be defined as a philosophical mentality of right conduct and good living. Ethics in medicine are typically about what is appropriate practice and inappropriate practice. It defines specifics about what is allowed in the workplace, in the profession, and with clients. However, the medical field is in fact, a business. […]

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Health Care Ethics: Paramount To Good Health Care

Posted on06. Dec, 2006 by .

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Roland Jefferson III asked: This interesting article addresses some of the key issues regarding health care ethics. A careful reading of this material could make a big difference in how you think about health care ethics. You can see that there’s practical value in learning more about medical care management. Can you think of ways […]

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The Truth About Ethical Leadership

Posted on05. Dec, 2006 by .

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Akhil Shahani asked: Leadership is a relationship between leaders and followers. The foundation of this relationship is trust. Ethics refer to the principles that define behavior as right, good and proper. There is an inextricable link between leadership and ethics. Leaders must themselves be ethical in their decisions and actions in order to influence others […]

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