Ethical implications

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Ethical issues in anesthesiology and surgery" presents the following contents: Conscientious objection, ethical implications of drug shortages, ethical challenges in high risk innovative surgery, professionalism in the operating room, futility and the care of the perioperative patient; ethics in research and publication,....

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  • "Trust, Responsibility, and Control: The Ethics of Accounting and Finance," the Tenth National Conference on Business Ethics, was held on the campus of Bentley College on October 17-18, 1994. The conference, which was sponsored by the Center for Business Ethics with the advice and assistance of members of the Bentley Department of Accountancy, covered a variety of issues that are of central importance for contemporary businesses.

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  • .ETHICAL ISSUES IN ACCOUNTING Ethical issues in the field of accounting have been previously considered in the UK only in terms of the application of codes of ethics. This unique book identifies accounting as an activity with complex ethical implications for the profession in general and for individual practitioners.

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  • In addition to an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the scientific and clinical aspects, veterinary students also need to have a grasp of the legal, ethical and social elements of veterinary practice. Thus, communication and interpersonal skills; responsible and professional behaviour, and an understanding of the business context of veterinary practice are now recognized as important areas that should be incorporated into veterinary curricula.

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  • Risk has become one of the main topics in fields as diverse as engineering, medicine, and economics, and it is also studied by social scientists, psychologists, and legal scholars. But the topic of risk also leads to more fundamental questions such as:What is risk?What can decision theory contribute to the analysis of risk? What does the human perception of risk mean for society? How should we judge whether a risk is morally acceptable or not? Over the last couple of decades, questions like these have attracted interest from philosophers and other scholars into risk theory.

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  • Special thanks to all of our families and friends: Caroline Campbell, Mike, Scotti, and Brian Miller, Wayne and Ila Harris, Bob Gilliland, Ruben, Rafaela, Linda, and especially Gabriel Serrato, Jose Represas-Perez and Ana Beatriz Cardenas, Chuck Ballingall, Bill Southworth, Byron Arthur, Kim, Kate, and Caroline Kundahl, and Cheryl and Joseph Graffagnini. John also wishes to thank the Campbell family for providing hospitality in Australia and Palo Alto during the writing of this book and Professor Hank Greely for providing inspiration to see the book to completion....

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  • Congress is a long way from the Texas laboratory where Richard Smalley made his Nobel Prize–winning discovery. Nevertheless, the gray-bearded scientist speaks with more than just confidence—he has a fiery passion. Perhaps he is inspired by an ardent desire to cure a vicious disease; perhaps he wants to express to the world the importance of his life’s work. Dr. Smalley declares:

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  • With this edition of Biomedical Ethics Reviews we commence a somewhat new focus for the series. Building on its solid tradition of exploring and debating pressing bioethical issues of the day, this series will now also examine the real-life implications of these issues for patients and the health care system in which care is delivered. With each topic, attention will be focused not only on the theoretical and policy aspects of ethical dilemmas, but also on the clinical dimensions of these challenges, and effects on the patient–physician relationship....

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  • Where the two terms differ is in the imposition by organisations of courteous or forced ritual behaviour on employees – a modern phenomenon. Insincerity is concealed, leading to the whimsical even offensive notion that we are all air hostesses now. There are moral implications here too. Sprezzatura could be aligned to the moral theories of hedonism and egoism – where the focus is on the individual who decides to pursue a working life of fulfilment based on self interest, by the appearance of relaxed competence that may or may not be borne out by actual effectiveness at work....

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  • A response of the engineering profession to the challenges of security, poverty and under-development, and environmental sustainability is described. Ethical codes, which govern the behavior of engineers, are examined from a historical perspective linking the prevailing codes to models of the natural world. A new ethical code based on a recently introduced model of Nature as an integral community is provided and discussed. Applications of the new code are described using a case study approach.

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  • On average, a disaster occurs somewhere in the world each day. These events are almost always of high local interest. Occasionally they are also of national interest, and every now and then they capture the attention of the entire world. In this new century, we already have witnessed disasters so great that they were virtually incomprehensible.

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  • A major difference between this concept and Kornai’s notion of soft budget constraints lies in the ex-ante attitude of creditors. While creditors (in particular, the state) explicitly bail out unprofitable firms (this information is available ex-ante), the adverse selection in the second case is due to imperfect information: if the relevant information had been available to the creditors ex-ante, they would have declined to finance the project altogether (Schaffer (1998)).

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  • This piece of art was created by the Finn Raimo Veranen and is entitled Ready to Fly. It depicts 56 children dancing or jumping, but the shadows cast by the light give the impression of many more. Raimo Veranen has almost made the motif of children his own trademark over the years. “In the early 1980s, my wife was expecting a baby and was scanned. On the screen, we saw a tiny figure making rapid, jerky movements. I remember that very clearly and it has become a source of inspiration in my work,” he says. The children in the pie- ce are happy, open and ready to jump into...

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  • The aim of this book is to show how Heidegger’s (1927) existential philosophy enriches post-Cartesian psychoanalysis and how post-Cartesian psychoanalysis enriches Heidegger’s existential philosophy. It is thus intended as a contribution to both psychoanalysis and philosophy. Ludwig Binswanger and Medard Boss were two early pioneers who saw the value of Heidegger’s analysis of existence for psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

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  • Delineating implications for administrative ethics from other fields such as sociology, psychology, and philosophy, this reference provides a comprehensive review of administrative ethics in the public sector. Detailing the context within which contemporary ethics training has developed, the book examines the effectiveness of ethics training, legal and organizational devices for encouraging desired conduct, and other topics of particular relevance to the political and social contexts of public administration.

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  • The foundation of human health rests on healthy, stable ecosystems. Our biotic environment provides us with the fundamentals necessary for healthy lives—food, water, oxygen, warmth, light, and fuel. Earth's ecosystems also supply the raw materials for our health-care services. The global fraying of ecosystems has grave implications for our health and our ability to treat illnesses, now and in the future.

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  • In the recent past the interests of different groups concerned with health care have focused on the use of medical technologies—their impacts on safety, efficacy, and effectiveness; cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit; quality; and their social, legal, and ethical implications. The sum of these varied interests is the field of health care technology assessment. The Council on Health Care Technology was created to promote the development and application of technology assessment in health care and the review of health care technologies for their appropriate use.

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  • ctivities to promote reflection are now being incorporated into under- graduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education, and across a variety of health professions. The evidence to support and inform these curricular interventions and inno- vations remains largely theoretical. Further, the literature is dispersed across several fields, and it is unclear which approaches may have efficacy or impact. We, therefore, designed a literature review to evaluate the existing evidence about reflection and reflective practice and their utility in health professional education.

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  • The decision-making process is at the core of ethics and medicine. Family physicians in residency training spend three years learning to make decisions with, for and about patients and their health care. Most of these daily decisions have potential ethical implications. Competent family physicians must be able to recognize the ethical considerations in the care of patients in both in- and out-patient settings.

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  • Chapter 1 - Human resource management: Gaining a competitive advantage. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Discuss the roles and activities of a company's human resource management function; discuss the implications of the economy, the makeup of the labor force, and ethics for company sustainability; discuss how human resource management affects a company's balanced scorecard;...

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