Midterm2 Studyguide (1)

Midterm2 Studyguide (1) - % 55. Responsibility in...

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%55. Responsibility in professional preparation - Completion of a state-approved teacher preparation program and achievement of a passing score on the Professional Education Test %Completion of a teacher preparation program from an out-of-state accredited or approved institution and achievement of a passing score on the Professional Education Test %Completion of a state-approved alternative certification program and achievement of a passing score on the Professional Education Test %Completion of an approved Educator Preparation Institute program and achievement of a passing score on the Professional Education Test %Completion of specified education courses, completion of teaching experience requirement, completion of an approved professional education competence demonstration program, and achievement of a passing score on the Professional Education Test %Completion of an approved College Professional Training Option for Content Majors, completion of teaching experience requirement, completion of an approved professional education competence demonstration program, and achievement of a passing score on the Professional Education Test %A valid standard teaching certificate issued by a US state or territory %A valid certificate issued by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards %A valid certificate issued by the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence and completion of an approved professional education competence demonstration program Completion of two (2) semesters of full-time college teaching experience 56. Ethics of lying to a patient (or bending/withholding the truth) in considering the guiding ethical principles - IF an insurance company initially refuses to pay for medically indicated treatment, is it ethical for a primary care doctor to lie to get the coverage for a patient? When this question was posed in a survey to 167 internists around the country, 45 percent said yes. Dr. Victor G. Freeman, a primary care research fellow at Georgetown University Medical Center who did the survey, found that the more potentially lifesaving the coverage, the stronger the support for lying. About 57 percent of those surveyed said that a doctor should deceive an insurance company to secure coverage for bypass surgery for a patient with severe angina or chronic atherosclerosis. Support for deception was 47 percent to get comfort care for a patient with terminal ovarian cancer with chronic abdominal pain and severe nausea and about 32 percent to get a psychiatric referral for a patient with severe depression. Doctors were most inclined to sanction lying if they practiced in cities where more than 45 percent of insured people were in health maintenance organizations, Dr. Freeman found. Dr. Freeman said his study underscored the fundamental conflict that many doctors about
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