In medical and health care studies, "ancillary care" refers to any burden or cost that researchers may take on to address study participants’ medical needs in ways not required for the study’s safety or validity. Providing ancillary care is sometimes obligatory. Its provision may, however, collide…
Providing ancillary care is sometimes obligatory in medical and health care studies. Its provision may, however, collide with achievement of a study’s aims. How should researchers respond when that happens?
During the middle stage of primitive society, when the professionalization of medical workers and the medical profession appeared, the idea of medical ethics began to take shape, which is, in fact, a historical category.
Based on the economic infrastructure of the society, medical ethics is a particular social ideology reflecting the mutual relationship between different people and communities and maintained by the inner belief of medical workers, social opinion and medical professional tradition.
As the main subject of medical ethics, the doctor adjusts the mutual relationship between himself and his patients, the society and doctors themselves constituting the main body of the domain of medical ethics.
There is broad agreement that something must be done to address medical students’ increasing educational debt. An important question is whether merit scholarships are part of the solution or part of the problem.
It is precisely these characteristics of professional activity whichhave long led the courts to grant the medical profession and otherprofessions a "preferred position" in which the accepted or customarypractices of similarly trained and situated professionals aregenerally taken as conclusive evidence of the professional standard ofcare.
Paramedics brought to the emergency department an unconscious 70-year-old man with “Do Not Resuscitate” tattooed on his chest. The ICU team decided to honor the preference expressed in the tattoo. Subsequently, a copy of his written DNR request was obtained.
To the Editor: Incidentally discovered findings on brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in healthy persons pose medical and ethical considerations regarding management. The prevalence of incidental findings on brain MRI has been described in adult populations, but less is known about incidental…
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In the second century AD, the distinguished physician of the Eastern Han Dynasty, Zhang Zhongjing compiled a famous medical classic titled , which laid down the compact and rigorous rules and, in addition, recipes for therapeutic compounds for the treatment of infectious disease, of which some are still effective and applicable today with satisfactory results.
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In two of the U.S. Supreme Court cases discussed in my essay onof government employees, the conflict between management and anindividual's ethical obligation resulted in terminationof the individual's employment.
1. Myers' controversy grew out of Connick's decisionto transfer Myers to another section of court,where Myers believed she could have a conflict of interest,in violation of fundamental obligations of an attorney.
Third, a new wing of economic and legislative thinking in all fields of ethics (e.g. in medicine and environmental issues) has also transformed the line of thought towards businesses, from perceiving them as mechanisms for creating value to active members of the society with individual sets of responsibilities.