|Ethics: Standards of Conduct and Professional Practice||immediately after purchase||for 2 years|
The Belmont Report (1979) altered the course of medical ethics in research and clinical care articulating core principles of respect for persons, beneficence (non-maleficence) and justice applied through informed consent and assessment of risk and benefits. Two rules of beneficent actions are 1) Do no harm and 2) Maximize possible benefits and minimize possible harms.
- Overview, Ethics of Practice Conduct.
- Practitioner and Professions Standards re Ethics
- Are practitioners up to date on professional standards
- What does the profession require re being current on professional standards?
- Specific area of ethical standards that require review
- Acupuncture needle depths to avoid organ and tissue damage
- Acupuncture therapy standards to prevent infection
- Acupuncture therapy standards to prevent bleeding and hematoma
- Ethics re professional standards for acupuncture needle depths
- Ethics re professional standards for preventing infection
- Ethics re professional standards to prevent injury from bleeding and hematoma
- Questions of professional standards when science is equivocal: Error on the side of caution to risk and longevity
- Professional standards re practitioner health, specifically related to inpatient care
- Ethical issues re terminology of practice and patient referents.