Samples "Ethics"

Ethics

Healthcare professionalism, ethics, and patient welfare are mandatory when an individual works in the healthcare field. These are not options for medical professionals. Professionalism and ethical behaviors are necessary choices to ensure patient welfare and safety, deliver quality healthcare, and to maintain the respect of the medical profession. Professionalism, ethics,...

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Introduction Understanding virtue ethics theories begins with understanding the concept of the ideal character traits a virtuous and ethical person has according to Aristotle’s Ethical Theory. Virtuous ethics relies on the actions of a person in adhering to their duty as a part of society’s moral expectations when considering Aristotle’s...

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In this paper particular attention is going to be paid to media ethics, its role in the professional life of a journalist or a reporter, and, lastly, some instances of practical application of media ethics in every day work. In fact, I can remember myself thinking, that media ethics is...

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Topic: Should the promotion and use of locally-grown, non-genetically modified, organic produce, if cost effective, be a mandatory ethical responsibility of all participants within the culinary art field? Why/why not? State why you were drawn to choose this topic, noting any experience you may have already had with these issues,...

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The recent continued increase in the global, populations is one of the major concerns that is affecting the society today. This has led to the emergence of various ethical standards that assist in the regulation and management of various entities in the society. This is elemental as this leads to...

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College students are faced with numerous ethical dilemmas. At a young age, college is the first opportunity that students have to live away from supervision. The dilemmas are endless, but can include plagiarism, casual sex, and drug use. Many students will not get caught up in these issues, but there...

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The Case Study in question, 8.4, “Have Gun, Will Travel,” discusses the right of employees to being guns to the workplace with them, and the legal issues surrounding that right, even if they leave the gun in their privately owned vehicle, in the company parking lot. In recent years, this...

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As a virtue ethicist, I like complicated cases, since they provide the opportunity to learn and grow. I therefore chose “An 80-Year-Old Woman Whose Son Dies from a Heart Attack” as my case (Thiroux and Krasemann), since there is no easy answer. The 80-year-old woman, Jesusita, lives in a convalescent...

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With the growing intensity of business competition, organizations become increasingly concerned about the effects employee behaviors may have on their corporate image. Contemporary businesses invent sophisticated rules and complex procedures in their striving to minimize the risks employees may potentially pose to their strategic position. The striving of most organizations...

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