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 Question 1

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is a synonym for "good manners"?
Selected Answer:
etiquette
Answers: protocol

etiquette
morals
laws
ethics
Response Etiquette is the basic rules of behavior usually known as good
Feedback:
manners.

MC Qu. 15 Which of the following is a synonym for ...
ABHES: none
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
Blooms: Remember
CAAHEP: none
Difficulty: 1 Easy
Est Time: 0-1 minute
Judson - Chapter 01 #15
Learning Outcome: 01.03
 Question 2
2 out of 2 points

The plaintiff in a lawsuit is the
Selected Answer:
party filing the civil charges.
Answers: party against who criminal or civil charges have been filed.

party filing the civil charges.
party keeping order in the court.
party that testifies.
party that dismisses the suit.
Response The plaintiff is the person(s) filing the law suit. A defendant is the
Feedback:
person being sued. The bailiff keeps order in the court, witnesses
testify in court, and judges preside over lawsuits.

MC Qu. This is an example of which skill? Selected Answer: people skills Answers: people skills critical thinking skills technical skills moral values skills problem-solving skills Response People skills include good communication skills.Chapter 01 #17 Learning Outcome: 01.C.. 17 A medical-surgical nurse is going off shift . Compare criminal and civil law as it applies to the practicing medical assistant Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . Critical thinking is Feedback: problem-solving skills.01 Topic: Why study law and ethics  Question 3 2 out of 2 points A medical-surgical nurse is going off shift and giving her report to the nurse coming on duty. She is clearly and accurately describing the conditions of the patients she cared for during her shift. and technical skills may include proficiencies in working with equipment.04 Topic: Qualities of successful health care practitioners  Question 4 2 out of 2 points . ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson .. MC Qu.Chapter 01 #8 Learning Outcome: 01.8. 8 The plaintiff in a lawsuit is the ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: IX.

evaluating the evidence. Bioethics is concerned with: Selected Answer: ethical implications of biological research methods and results Answers: etiquette in medical research health care law the ethics of scientists doing research in a university ethical implications of biological research methods and results moral values of the scientists Response Bioethics is the study of how biological research and ethical Feedback: guidelines are established. consider alternatives. gather information.03 Topic: Comparing aspects of law and ethics  Question 5 2 out of 2 points The first step in a critical thinking problem solving is to Selected Answer: clarify the problem. MC Qu. clarify the problem. . and implementing the decision. 16 The first step in a critical thinking problem .Chapter 01 #14 Learning Outcome: 01. Answers: evaluate the evidence. 14 Bioethics is concerned with: ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . considering the alternatives. Response Identifying and clarifying the problem is the first step in critical Feedback: thinking. implement the right decision. MC Qu.. It is followed by gathering information..

ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson .. If a patient or another employee were to slip and fall because the student thought it was not his/her job.04 Topic: Qualities of successful health care practitioners  Question 6 2 out of 2 points A student medical assistant doing his/her internship in a physician's office refuses to wipe up a spilled drink in the exam room hallway because she he/she believes housekeeping is not part of his/her job description. 21 A student medical assistant doing his/her .Chapter 01 #21 Learning Outcome: 01.A..1. The student is demonstrating the absence of which quality deemed necessary for successful health care practitioners? Selected Answer: common sense Answers: compassion technical skill common sense courtesy etiquette Response All health care personnel are responsible for maintaining a safe Feedback: workplace.e.Chapter 01 #16 Learning Outcome: 01. Apply ethical behaviors. that demonstrates a lack of common sense. MC Qu. ABHES: 4. including honesty/integrity in performance of medical assisting practice Difficulty: 3 Hard Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . Perform risk management procedures Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Apply CAAHEP: X.04 Topic: Qualities of successful health care practitioners  Question 7 .

including honesty/integrity in performance of medical assisting practice Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson .1. and local health laws and regulations as they relate to healthcare settings Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: X. 6 What document serves as a guideline for . 2 out of 2 points What document serves as a guideline for employees about professional behavior and etiquette? Selected Answer: the office policy manual Answers: the AMA's Code of Ethics the office policy manual medical practice acts Emily Post's Guide to Etiquette the statutes of the city where the organization is located Response Most organizations have a policy manual that provides employees Feedback: with guidance in how to act in certain situations..Chapter 01 #6 Learning Outcome: 01. ABHES: 4..f. Comply with federal.02 Topic: Comparing aspects of law and ethics  Question 8 2 out of 2 points A pledge for physicians that remains influential today is: Selected Answer: Hippocratic oath Answers: Code of Hammurabi Babylonian Ethics Code Hippocratic oath Socrates' pledge Percival's Ethics . state. MC Qu. Apply ethical behaviors.A.

ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . MC Qu. Feedback: such as computer skills.. Tact is a people skill. 26 Which of the following is considered .2.A. Display compliance with Code of Ethics of the profession Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: X.03 Topic: Comparing aspects of law and ethics  Question 9 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is considered a technical skill? Selected Answer: computer literacy Answers: tact problem solving common sense gathering information computer literacy Response Technical skills include those abilities acquired in a course of study.. Response Hippocrates created an oath that is still used today.. Feedback: MC Qu.04 Topic: Qualities of successful health care practitioners  Question 10 2 out of 2 points ..g. and common sense.Chapter 01 #26 Learning Outcome: 01.Chapter 01 #9 Learning Outcome: 01. Examine the impact personal ethics and morals may have on the individual’s practice Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . and gathering information are critical thinking skills. problem solving. 9 A pledge for physicians that remains . ABHES: 4.

and local health laws and regulations as they relate to healthcare settings Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: IX. Comply with federal. Answers: law enacted by the federal government. Compare criminal and civil law as it applies to the practicing medical assistant Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . and others are Feedback: inclined to sue health care practitioners. A precedent is a Selected Answer: a case that serves as a model for future cases. Response In case law. 27 A precedent is a ABHES: 4.Chapter 01 #27 Learning Outcome: 01. previous cases often serve as guidance for the court. state. . relatives. and others when medical outcomes are not acceptable. a case that serves as a model for future cases. manufacturers of medical equipment and products.f.8. a protocol rule.01 Topic: Why study law and ethics  Question 11 2 out of 2 points What is the meaning of the term litigious? Selected Answer: increase in the number of lawsuits Answers: higher number of practicing lawyers decreased legal liability increase in the number of lawsuits increase in consumer awareness of health care increase in laws covering error Response A litigious society is one in which patients. Feedback: MC Qu. a policy or procedure.C. an alternative case. health care facilities.

.01 Topic: Why study law and ethics  Question 12 2 out of 2 points A physician running a busy practice makes decisions for his employees on a regular basis. not the consequences of the act. and local health laws and regulations as they relate to healthcare settings Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: IX. and courage will make the right decision. 7 What is the meaning of the term litigious? ABHES: 4. state. 16 A physician running a busy practice makes . characteristics. virtue ethics focuses on the traits.Chapter 01 #7 Learning Outcome: 01. a sense of justice. MC Qu.C. and courage who makes the right decisions in life by focusing on these moral traits. Compare criminal and civil law as it applies to the practicing medical assistant Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson .. Deontological or duty-oriented theory focuses on the essential rightness or wrongness of an act. and virtues that a moral person should have. Virtue ethicists believe that someone who has appropriate moral virtues such as practical wisdom (common sense).f. a sense of justice. MC Qu. Utilitarianism is consequence-oriented theory that states that decisions should be made by determining what results will produce the best outcome for the most people. ABHES: none ." What theory of decision making is being employed by this physician? Selected Answer: virtue ethics Answers: deontological utilitarian virtue ethics consequence-oriented theory duty-oriented theory Response Rather than focusing on decision making or reasoning to arrive at a Feedback: right action.8. The physician would describe himself as "moral man with common sense. Comply with federal.

MC Qu. ethical. such as lying (I intend to deceive you) and stealing (I intend to take that money) are central to decisions made..Chapter 02 #6 Learning Outcome: 02. Differentiate between legal.1.C. During this stage..02 Topic: Value choices theories  Question 13 2 out of 2 points A child tells a nurse that he stole money from his mother's purse because he needed money to buy some candy.01 Topic: Value development theories  Question 14 2 out of 2 points . and moral issues affecting healthcare Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . 6 A child tells a nurse that he stole money . He also states that he knows what he did was wrong and will not do it again. children develop abstract thought Feedback: and begin to understand that there may be different degrees of wrongdoing. intentions. what stage of moral development would this child be experiencing? Selected Answer: formal operational stage Answers: sensorimotor stage preoperational stage concrete operational stage formal operational stage post-operational stage Response During the formal operational stage. Based on this conversation. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: X. ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson .Chapter 02 #16 Learning Outcome: 02.

Confidentiality is protected when the HIPAA act is followed. A housekeeper in the hospital performs duties following safety procedures..Chapter 02 #21 Learning Outcome: 02.. . Keeping patients safe is an example of non-maleficence.03 Topic: The seven principles of health care ethics  Question 15 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is known as a B-need in Maslow's hierarchy of human needs? Selected Answer: A medical assistant needs to be respected by his/her fellow medical assistants. Answers: A patient with cancer needs chemotherapy. An X-ray technician follows HIPAA regulations when displaying X- rays. ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . The surgeon being very straightforward is an example of veracity. Feedback: and respect for the autonomy of others. MC Qu. Performing screenings for impoverished patients is an example of beneficence. A health care practitioner makes competent decisions related to patient care. Which of the following is an example of autonomy? Selected Answer: A health care practitioner makes competent decisions related to patient care. 21 Autonomy is considered one of the seven . A surgeon tells the patient that the surgery could result in death. Autonomy is considered one of the seven universal principles of health care ethics. Answers: A physician performs health care screenings for impoverished patients. Response Autonomy is characterized by competency. ability to act on decisions.

ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . 2 Which of the following is known as. The past may not provide the right answer. MC Qu.. Answers: The decision-making framework to too rigid. A health care provider needs assistance with their own addiction problem. Situations that were appropriate in health care 10 years ago may not apply today. The need for Feedback: chemotherapy and food along with assistance with a medical problem are D-needs. A child in the waiting room needs a safe play area. virtue ethics has its critics. Response Like the other theories. A medical assistant needs to be respected by his/her fellow medical assistants. The decision-making framework is difficult to understand. Not all people are moral or use common sense. MC Qu.. People in different walks of life would come to different decisions.01 Topic: Value development theories  Question 16 2 out of 2 points What basic flaw do critics cite as the major problem with using value ethics as a decision-making tool? Selected Answer: The past may not provide the right answer. especially because Feedback: the past may not provide the right answer. A family needs food from the food bank. 19 What basic flaw do critics cite as the major .. Response The need for esteem and respect is a B-need.. ABHES: none .Chapter 02 #2 Learning Outcome: 02.

What is the ethical principle guiding the physician's actions? Selected Answer: justice Answers: non-maleficence veracity justice confidentiality role fidelity Response Justice is defined as what is due to an individual.. Non-maleficence refers to doing no harm. veracity is truth- telling. ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute . before assuming they can have justice.Chapter 02 #19 Learning Outcome: 02. MC Qu. such as not abusing alcohol. Others argue that people must take responsibility for their actions. Role fidelity is being faithful to your scope of practice as a practitioner. there is a Feedback: debate over whether the distribution of scarce resources and the expense of providing them should allow us to provide all care for all patients.. and confidentiality involves protection of privacy and confidentiality for patients. 29 A physician is caring for an indigent . The administrator questions whether this patient is entitled to health care because he did not take responsibility for his actions leading to this condition and he has no health insurance plan. Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson .02 Topic: Value choices theories  Question 17 2 out of 2 points A physician is caring for an indigent 37-year-old male patient with no health insurance. who is admitted to the hospital with acute pancreatitis related to alcohol abuse. However.

not rules. 5 A child life specialist caring for children . For example.Chapter 02 #5 Learning Outcome: 02.. but makes up the rules as she goes along.03 Topic: The seven principles of health care ethics  Question 18 0 out of 2 points A child life specialist caring for children in the pediatric ward plays a game with a young patient who is enjoying the game. Judson . the child is not particularly concerned with the rules of play.01 Topic: Value development theories  Question 19 2 out of 2 points A nurse manager determines the work shifts for the staff based on predetermined health care facility guidelines. This is an example of what type of decision making? Selected Answer: rule-utilitarianism Answers: rule-utilitarianism . ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson .. MC Qu. when playing a game. This behavior is characteristic of what stage of moral development? Selected Answer: formal operational stage Answers: sensorimotor stage preoperational stage concrete operational stage formal operational stage post-operational stage Response The child in the preoperational stage of moral development views the Feedback: world from his or her own perspective. rather the focus is on fun.Chapter 02 #29 Learning Outcome: 02.

characteristics. not the consequences of the act. Who is the most well-known ethicist to write about this ethical decision making process? Selected Answer: Alasdair MacIntyre Answers: Aristotle Immanuel Kant Abraham Maslow Jean Piaget Alasdair MacIntyre Response MacIntyre argued that the practice of medicine has traditions and Feedback: standards of practice that apply to every health care practitioner and which may be used to follow the dictates of an idealized role. In act-utilitarianism. everyone considered. act-utilitarianism duty-oriented deontological virtue ethics Response In rule-utilitarianism.02 Topic: Value development theories  Question 20 2 out of 2 points Virtue ethics focuses on the traits.2. Feedback: that if generally followed would produce the greatest balance of good over evil. everyone considered. Immanuel ..Chapter 02 #12 Learning Outcome: 02. a person makes value decisions based on a rule. Deontological or duty-oriented theory focuses on the essential rightness or wrongness of an act. a person makes value decisions based on results that will produce the greatest balance of good over evil.A. MC Qu. 12 A nurse manager determines the work shifts .. Examine the impact personal ethics and morals may have on the individual’s practice Difficulty: 2 Medium Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . and virtues that a moral person should have. ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand CAAHEP: X.

. not the consequences of the act. The right action is one based on a determined principle. Kant is considered the father of duty-oriented theory.. ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 1 Easy Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson . What is the meaning of this principle? Selected Answer: there are no exceptions to the rule Answers: there are no exceptions to the rule it is imperative to solve problems in a timely fashion all categories of decision making are subject to the same scrutiny the consequence of the act is more important than whether it was right or wrong all categories should be considered when making a decision Response Deontological or duty-oriented theory focuses on the essential Feedback: rightness or wrongness of an act. MC Qu.02 Topic: Value choices theories  Question 21 2 out of 2 points Immanuel Kant defined categorical imperative as the guiding principle for all decision making. Abraham Maslow identified a hierarchy of needs that motivates our actions. ABHES: none Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Analyze . 17 Virtue ethics focuses on the . 15 Immanuel Kant defined categorical . regardless of outcome.. Piaget described four levels of moral development.Chapter 02 #17 Learning Outcome: 02. MC Qu. This principle means that there are no exceptions (categorical) from the rule (imperative). He defined the categorical imperative as the guiding principle for all decision making. By observing children at play.. He defined the categorical imperative as the guiding principle for all decision making. Immanuel Kant is considered the father of duty-oriented theory.

Chapter 02 #15 Learning Outcome: 02.02 Topic: Value choices theories .CAAHEP: none Difficulty: 3 Hard Est Time: 0-1 minute Judson .