481670 - Author Paul Waldau D.Phil J.D 1 Acronyms from...

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Author : Paul Waldau, D.Phil., J.D. 1. Acronyms from Tannenbaum 1995 Many of the problems you encounter will have multiple dimensions. A principal cause of this complexity is the fact that you as healer represent two very distinct interests: the patient and the client. The following acronym will help you remember a convenient list of different kinds of "interests" to be identified in various fact situations. 1.1 SePACKProSo The acronym is composed of the initial letters from seven different kinds of interests that Tannenbaum has identified (he elaborates on these interests in Chapter 6 generally): z Se lf-oriented interests z P atient-oriented interests z A nimal-oriented interests (general animal interests, often at the level of species or perhaps compassion for individuals generally) z C lient-oriented interests z K nowledge/science/theory-oriented interests z Pro fession-oriented interests z So ciety-oriented interests (Source: Tannenbaum 1995, Veterinary Ethics , 47, Table 6-1, "Mapping the Values of Veterinarians") 1.2 DOAN Tannenbaum also is helpful in pointing out “veterinary ethics” has a number of levels. This acronym will help you remember these different levels or kinds of veterinary ethics. The acronym is composed of the initial letters from these words: z " D escriptive veterinary ethics" (local community) z " O fficial veterinary ethics" (professional organization guidelines) z " A dministrative veterinary ethics" (government rules—violation leads to civil or criminal penalties)
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2012 for the course LAW 218 taught by Professor Waldau during the Fall '06 term at Tufts.

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