Medical Ethics Darin Harootunian 10/4/11 1 Exam 1 Study Guide General Information: This study guide will lead you through the most important issues that we discussed in class. The exam is designed to test how well you critically read and studied the assigned materials – both the handouts and the readings. The exam might contain several true and false questions. With these true and false questions, you will be required to explain why a statement is false, if you indicate it to be false. There will be fill-in-the-blank questions, short-answer questions (requiring 1 or 2 sentence answers), and one or two short-paragraph answers. Your answers to the exam questions need to be accurate, brief, and clear – the ABC’s of journalism apply to philosophical writing too! I took great care in formulating the issues that we considered. My formulations are not peculiar to me. I painstakingly framed these issues in the same manner that ethicists frame them. In presenting these issues, I made accuracy, brevity,
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