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Ethics in Medical Radiography. Rolly R. Reyes, BS, RT(R). What we will cover:. Definition and characteristics of ethics Ethics in health care ARRT Radiographer’s Code of Ethics Patient’s Bill of Rights Bioethics Bioethical Dilemmas. Definition of Ethics.
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Morals in Medical Radiography Rolly R. Reyes, BS, RT(R)

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What we will cover: Definition and qualities of morals Ethics in medicinal services ARRT Radiographer\'s Code of Ethics Patient\'s Bill of Rights Bioethics Bioethical Dilemmas

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Definition of Ethics "A framework or set of accepted rules and ethics pushed by a specific individual or gathering"

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Ethics Characteristics Branch of Philosophy Understanding judgments and inspirations in light of originations of "right" and "off-base." No inflexible rules or strict guidelines Relatively steady, however can change after some time as individuals\' origination change.

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"Ethnocentrism" The thought that one\'s own particular ethnic gathering or culture is better than that of others.

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Ethics in the conveyance of medicinal services Ethics at the working environment Use of gear & supplies Interactions with patients & associates Professional Comportment Bearing - certainty Appearance Communication – Verbal & Non-verbal Punctuality Being tried and true

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Ethics in the conveyance of human services Professional Continuing Education Now compulsory Increased learning Professional development Participation at Professional Society gatherings Attendance Giving talks Poster Sessions Serving on panels CSRT, ACERT, ASRT

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ARRT Technologist\'s Code of Ethics (10) Principle #1 Conducts self in an expert way

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ARRT Technologist\'s Code of Ethics (10) Principle #3 Delivers persistent care and administration unhindered by worries of individual characteristics or the way of the sickness or disease, and without segregation on the premise of sex, race, doctrine, religion, or financial status.

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ARRT Technologist\'s Code of Ethics (10) Principle #6 Acts as an operator through perception and correspondence to acquire applicable data for the doctor to help in the finding and treatment of the patient.

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ARRT Technologist\'s Code of Ethics (10) Principle #7 Demonstrates skill in minimizing radiation introduction to the patient, self and different individuals from the medicinal services group.

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ARRT Technologist\'s Code of Ethics (10) Principle #10 Strives to enhance learning and aptitudes by partaking in proceeding with training and expert exercises.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #1 The patient has the privilege to circumspect and deferential consideration.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #2 The patient has the privilege to be very much educated about their sickness, conceivable medicines, and likely result. The patient has the privilege to know the names and parts of the general population treating them.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #3 The patient has the privilege to agree to or deny a treatment as allowed by law. On the off chance that a patient declines a suggested treatment they will get other required and accessible consideration.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #5 The patient has the privilege to security.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #6 The patient has the privilege to expect that treatment records are classified unless the patient has offered consent to discharge that data.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #7 The patient has the privilege to survey their medicinal record and to have the data clarified, aside from where confined by law.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #8 The patient has the privilege to expect that the doctor\'s facility will give important wellbeing administrations to the best of its capacity.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #9 The patient has the privilege to know whether this clinic has associations with outside gatherings that may impact your treatment and consideration.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #10 The patient has the privilege to agree or decay to participate in examination influencing your consideration.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #11 The patient has the privilege to be recounted sensible consideration choices when clinic consideration is no more fitting.

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AHA Patient\'s Bill of Rights (12) Right #12 The patient has the privilege to know doctor\'s facility decides that will influence them and their treatment, and about charges and installment techniques.

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Bioethics Branch of morals managing the moral issues emerging from experimental advances, esp. in science and medication. Generally new teach Accepted in medicinal services Gives ascend to "Bioethical Dilemmas"

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Bioethical Dilemma Situation requiring moral judgment between two or all the more similarly issue laden options; there are two or additionally contending moral standards present, making a test about what to do There isn\'t any one right thing to do

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Examples of Bioethical Dilemmas "Code Blue" Full code, Slow code, No code "DNR" request Euthanasia ("Mercy Killing," "Right beyond words") Organ transplantation When to collect organs – meaning of "death" Priority in doling out organs Animal organs

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Examples of Bioethical Dilemmas Triaging of patients HIV Positive Patient Artificial Insemination Cryonics/cryogenics Genetic building Others?

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Bioethical Dilemmas "As mechanical headways keep on being made more Bioethical Dilemmas will be knowledgeable about numerous parts of private and expert life." The radiographer must consider how you will react to these issues before you are stood up to by them.

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In Summary Ethical standards are a critical piece of your expert life as a radiographer. There are numerous segments to Professional Ethics In many cases there are no totally "right" or "wrong" responses to moral quandaries You have to consider, and decide now, how you will react to different bioethical problems that you may experience.

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