HA 356 exam 2

HA 356 exam 2 - 7. A legacy of mistrust towards the health...

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HA 356 exam 2 1. There are no differences among individuals therefore distributing health care services must be done impartially. 2. While his present condition may be painful and debilitating, it is unclear whether he is terminally ill. 3. Utilitarian 4. Researchers are receiving direct funds from industry to conduct research. Some are not disclosing these relationships when submitting results via publications which comprises the validity of the data and possibly the safety of human research subjects. 5. Covert Rationing 6. It validates coercing health care professionals' consciences in providing care.
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Unformatted text preview: 7. A legacy of mistrust towards the health care system resides within the AA community . 8. It is justifiable to withhold life-sustaining treatment when the burdens for the patient outweigh the benefits gained from treatment. 9. Assisted suicide, Active euthanasia. 10. Test information is not matched by state-of-the-art diagnostics and therapies. To receive positive test results when there is no adequate treatment demonstrates the shortfall of our health care system....
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HA 356 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at S. Indiana.

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