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Ethical Self-Assessmentthe difference between what is right and wrong.When work is involved, I have learned to relay only on my morals and ethics. All toooften, feelings and emotions are allowed to cloud judgement and influence decision makingskills and I fall victim to that if I allow anything other than an ethical and moral compass to bethe root of my decision. It is not always easy for me to work solely based on my morals andethics because there is always a story to be sympathetic to in my line of work and yes, sometimesthe circumstances must be considered. But, it all comes down to doing what is right at all timesno matter what other factors come up.Examine the influence of individual ethics on professional decisions. Analyzethe relationship of these principles to current health care issues4
Ethical Self-AssessmentConclusionReferenceEthical Decision Making for Healthcare Executives. (2016). Retrieved fromnonmaleficence, Beneficence . (2016). Retrieved from -dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/nonmaleficence5
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Ethics,American College of Healthcare Executives,Ethical Self-Assessment,Charles Barron