Because an acute care patient may be unconscious or incapable of making

Because an acute care patient may be unconscious or

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*Because an acute care patient may be unconscious or incapable of making decisions.- Correct answer Because autonomy in an acute care setting typically costs more that the staff’s decisions. Because acute health care staff typically make more informed decisions than patients. Because autonomy in an acute care setting typically leads to more legal problems. Question 8 1 / 1 pts In manager-staff relationships, leaders find that relying on which two forms of power produces the best work ethic and greatest satisfaction? ! * expert and referent - Correct answer expert and legitimate referent and legitimate referent and applied
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Question 9 1 / 1 pts When did the American Medical Association first establish its code of ethics, which stated that a physician’s main purpose was to “obey the calls of the sick”? 1796 ! * 1847 -Correct answer 1901 1953 Question 10 0 / 1 pts Following a severe stroke, Brian is in a persistent vegetative state. Brian’s spouse, David, has Brian’s advance directive that requests that, in such a situation, he be removed from life support. What type of end-of-life decision does this scenario describe? *non-voluntary -Correct answer voluntary medical aid in dying involuntary
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The answer can be found in Chapter 4, Section 4.2, Rights to Die: Euthanasia and Medical Aid in Dying . Question 11 1 / 1 pts Regarding the court case of Karen Ann Quinlan, her father Joseph Quinlan was seeking permission to have Karen placed in a temporary medical coma. moved to a more qualified hospital. discharged to her family’s house. ! *removed from life support. -Correct answer Question 12 1 / 1 pts What is another term for institutional ethics committee ? Quinlan committee ethical dilemma care team Joint Commission !
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* bioethics committee -Correct answer Question 13 0 / 1 pts In order to be an accredited institution, Maynard Hospital must form a health care ethics committee. What does this situation typically demand? You Answered that the ethics committee be composed of licensed doctors and nurses * that the ethics committee foster a diversity of perspectives -Correct answer that the ethics committee record any conflicts of interest that the ethics committee have separate research and clinical subcommittees The answer can be found in Chapter 3, Section 3.2, Institutional Structures That Foster and Support Moral Identity. Question 14 1 / 1 pts With regard to respect for diverse communities, institutions should strive to provide __________ training to all personnel.
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Red Cross ! *cultural competence-Correct answer emergency preventative ethics Question 15 1 / 1 pts According to the authors, the irony of practicing defensive medicine is that it can result in __________. !
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