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Title: Legal-Ethical Medical Issues


1
Legal-Ethical Medical Issues
  • Medical Jeopardy

2
  • She said over the loudspeaker that Dr. Ricken is
    nuts! She might be guilty of this..

3
  • what is slander?

4
  • Three ingredients to the bill of rights of
    patients

5
  • They have a right to know what they are being
    treated for
  • To be treated with respect
  • To have questions about their care answered in
    plain language
  • To be informed of any major or surgical
    procedures to be done
  • To refuse non emergency care
  • Etc. etc.

6
  • You do not want to be given any heroic emergency
    care should you need it. You should request and
    sign this document.

7
  • What is a Living Will?

8
  • Three ingredients of a contract

9
  • What is offer, acceptance and consideration?

10
  • Malpractice is actually a case of this

11
  • What is negligence or failure to treat or
    failure to diagnose?

12
  • Of the two types of courthouses, the one you
    would find malpractice cases being handled in

13
  • What are civil courthouses?

14
  • The doctor-patient relationship is special and
    characterized by this special description

15
  • It is privileged meaning, no one else has the
    right to discover what was disclosed in this
    communication, even the law.

16
  • A Texas University located in College Station

17
  • What is A and M University?

18
  • The ASVAB exam is a competency exam administered
    and written by this organization

19
  • What are the U.S. Military Services?

20
  • For patients in a coma or who are incompetent to
    make their own decisions, a family should compose
    this legal document

21
  • What is a durable power of attorney?

22
  • The only exception to being qualified to be a
    trustee to make medical decisions for a family
    member by way of a durable power of attorney, is
    that they cannot be..

23
  • Heirs to the members estate

24
  • Give an example of professional standards and
    how good a professional has to be.

25
  • The professional used reasonable judgement
    consistent with fifty percent of health care
    workers in that field

26
  • This country has Seoul

27
  • What is South Korea?

28
  • We have all engaged in contracts of this type
    even without signing anything

29
  • What are oral or implied contracts?

30
  • In legal terms, payment for services is described
    as this part of the contract

31
  • What is consideration?

32
  • When getting a patient to sign a consent form,
    the nurse or doctor must be engaged in a dialogue
    to help explain/answer questions they might have.
    This method is known as this

33
  • What is informed consent?

34
  • You rob a bank the type of court you will be
    tried in is this

35
  • What is criminalcourt?

36
  • Identify four types of abuse

37
  • What is physical, emotional, sexual and verbal,
    psychological, etc.?

38
  • What is assault and battery?

39
  • The improper touching of a minor

40
  • The surgeon operates without informedconsent.
    He/she could be charged with this.

41
  • What is assault with a deadly weapon?

42
  • After the hurricane, the health department is
    concerned about cholera and plague developing.
    What might have caused this concern?

43
  • The mixing of drinking water with poop water

44
  • Health care workers should understand a patients
    pain but not succumb to it. This characteristic
    is known as

45
  • Empathy, not sympathy

46
  • The ability to use good judgement in being
    sensitive to a patients needs and feelings
    without being told what they feel is called this
    quality

47
  • What is discretion?

48
  • It means, a civil wrong type of lawsuit

49
  • What is a tort?

50
  • This characteristic of a healthcare worker is a
    virtue because it means you are careful in what
    you say or do being sensitive to a persons
    feelings and vulnerabilities

51
  • What is tact?

52
  • Two forms of defamation of character

53
  • What are libel and slander?

54
  • By revealing information of a confidential
    nature, about a patient to someone not authorized
    to receive such information, a healthcare worker
    might be guilty of this

55
  • What is invasion of privacy?

56
  • Exposing a patients body parts unnecessarily to
    unauthorized persons in the course of medical
    treatment might be illegal and called this

57
  • What is invasion of privacy?

58
  • The actor who portrayed Stuart Littles father on
    the movie series about a cute orphaned mouse

59
  • Who is Hugh Laurie, aka Dr. Gregory House, M.D.

60
  • The former Senator from Tennessee who died at the
    Alamo

61
  • Who was Davy Crockett?

62
  • You need your thyroid gland treated. Who you
    gonna call?

63
  • An endocrinologist

64
  • To apply for all financial aid and also to be
    considered for any scholarship, all students must
    file this application with the government in
    their senior year

65
  • What is FASFA? (Free application for student
    financial aid) online or in paper form

66
  • Three advantages of using a community/junior
    college vs. a four year school

67
  • Cost, convenience, living at home, can work in
    your neighborhood, courses often online, courses
    transferable for college credit, easy admission,
    etc.

68
  • Three differences between high school and four
    year colleges

69
  • Cost, living at school, no attendance, study what
    you want to study, more competition, can be
    excluded for low grades, variable hours of
    classes, may get shut out of courses, easily
    transferable, often far from home, may require
    commuting

70
  • True/false Pre-med is a major course of study

71
  • False pre-med is a track involving four courses
    (bio, physics, inorganic and organic chemistry).
    You must pick a major despite this track of study.

72
  • The only college in Texas that requires a double
    major

73
  • Houston Baptist University.

74
  • This private college is in Waco, Texas which is
    the home of Dr. Peppers worldwide headquarters

75
  • This college is in Lubbock, Texas and is the home
    of the Red Raiders

76
  • What is Texas Tech University

77
  • Youll have to commute downtown to find these
    Cougars

78
  • What is the University of Houston

79
  • This specialist has the O.D. degree

80
  • What is an optometrist?

81
  • Three years of graduate study in biomechanics and
    kinesiology are included to train one to be one
    of these

82
  • What is a physical therapist?

83
  • While Greys Anatomy is located in this city,
    House, M.D. is located in this city

84
  • What is Seattle, Washington and Princeton, New
    Jersey?

85
  • What does Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford,
    Brown, Dartmouth and Univ of Pennsylvania all
    have in common?

86
  • They are all Ivy League Schools

87
  • Which of the following is/are NOT a virtue for a
    healthcare worker?
  • Tact
  • Sympathy
  • Avoiding discretion
  • Acceptance of criticism

88
  • Sympathy and avoidingdiscretion. Drs. And
    nurses should always be empathetic and always use
    discretion (good, sensitive judgement)

89
  • A king of torts would likely have this degree

90
  • A J.D. (a personal injury attorney for civil
    injury cases)

91
  • Dentists, psychiatrists and anesthesiologists
    have a particularly high incidence of this

92
  • Chemical dependence problems and suicide

93
  • HIPPA are a group of Federal laws governing this

94
  • The privacy of patients and their records
  • (Health Insurance Privacy and Portability Act)

95
  • The approval of drugs and their testing for
    efficacy is governed by this Federal bureau

96
  • What is the FDA (Food and drug administration)

97
  • The control of narcotics both legally and
    illegally is the responsibility of this bureau

98
  • What is the DEA (drug enforcement administration)?

99
  • The University of Texas has its main campus here
    while its medical school is here?

100
  • What is Austin, Houston?

101
  • A radiology technician probably has this number
    of years of college

102
  • One to two years

103
  • A physical therapy aide probably has this number
    of years of college

104
  • One

105
  • A dentist has this number of years of training
    after high school

106
  • Eight

107
  • An optometrist has this number of years of
    training after high school

108
  • Eight

109
  • A veterinarian has this number of years of
    training after high school

110
  • Eight

111
  • A nurse has this number of years of training
    after high school

112
  • Four or less (depends on whether they get a BSN
    or just the RN and pass the license exam without
    the BSN)

113
  • A D.C. is also known as this

114
  • Doctor of Chiropractic

115
  • The two courses required before applying to
    nursing schools

116
  • Microbiology and Anatomy/physiology

117
  • Doctor Rickens first name

118
  • Jeff

119
  • The W.D. degree is characteristic of this
    profession

120
  • Voodoo (Witch Doctor) lol

121
In the French film it says finis but the
English version would say this
122
The End
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