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    ETHICS IN  MATERNAL CHILD NURSING Ruth Rosenblum RN, MS, CPNP SJSU
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    Biomedical Ethics
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    The Rise of Bioethics Atrocities of human beings during and after  WWII Increase in scientific research Increased technology Movement of healthcare to business model Human Dignity – defined in wake of gross  violations of human rights Tuskegee Institute, etc
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    Human Dignity and Bioethics TABLE OF CONTENTS Letter of Transmittal  Members of the President's Counc      Council Staff and Consultants  Acknowledgments   Introduction   Chapter 1: Bioethics and the Ques Chapter 2: Human Dignity and Res www.bioethics.gov
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    What is an Ethical Dilemma? Ethics vs. legality Two or more equally  undesirable  alternatives Morally acceptable  options Can arise over  conflicting duty
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    BIOMEDICAL ETHICS provides a structure for comprehensive  reflection on the  “best interests of the patient”.  Ethical Dilemma:   a conflict of values, where  there is no clear consensus about what is right  or wrong, and no single, generally acceptable  code of behavior everyone can turn to for  insight and guidance.
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