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  1. HISTORY OF MEDICAL ETHICS JEOPARDY

  2. NOTABLE CASES • PATERNALISM HIPPOCRATES • PRINCIPLES • MISC. 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. PATERNALISM FOR 100 Paternalism’s guiding principle states that this person decides what is best for the patient and tries to follow that course of action

  4. PATERNALISM FOR 100 Who is the doctor

  5. PATERNALISM FOR 200 Has no control over what treatments are given

  6. PATERNALISM FOR 200 Who is the patient

  7. PATERNALISM FOR 300 Type of paternalism that seeks to prevent an existing harm

  8. PATERNALISM FOR 300 What is negative paternalism

  9. PATERNALISM FOR 400 When a doctor makes a decision that appeals to the patient’s values

  10. PATERNALISM FOR 400 What is soft paternalism

  11. PATERNALISM FOR 500 Type of paternalism in which the doctor takes into account the wishes of a patient’s husband/wife instead of the wishes of the patient

  12. PATERNALISM FOR 500 What is hard paternalism

  13. HIPPOCRATES FOR 100 What Hippocrates based his medical practice on

  14. HIPPOCRATES FOR 100 What is the observation and the study of the human body

  15. HIPPOCRATES FOR 200 The location of Hippocrates’s medical school

  16. HIPPOCRATES FOR 200 What is the Island of Cos, Greece

  17. HIPPOCRATES FOR 300 Upheld by medical professionals from the start of their practice

  18. HIPPOCRATES FOR 300 What is the Hippocratic Oath

  19. HIPPOCRATES FOR 400 How Hippocrates viewed the body, rather than in parts

  20. HIPPOCRATES FOR 400 What is a whole unit

  21. HIPPOCRATES FOR 500 Belief held by Hippocrates regarding the onset of patient illness

  22. HIPPOCRATES FOR 500 What is a rational explanation

  23. NOTABLE CASES FOR 100 Condition studied by the Nazis regarding body temperature

  24. NOTABLE CASES FOR 100 What is hypothermia

  25. NOTABLE CASES FOR 200 Condition that Nancy Cruzan was in for several years

  26. NOTABLE CASES FOR 200 What is persistent vegetative state

  27. NOTABLE CASES FOR 300 Disease of interest in the Tuskegee study

  28. NOTABLE CASES FOR 300 What is syphilis

  29. NOTABLE CASES FOR 400 This code was established in 1946

  30. NOTABLE CASES FOR 400 What is the Nuremberg Code

  31. NOTABLE CASES FOR 500 Occupation of most participants in the Tuskegee study

  32. NOTABLE CASES FOR 500 What is a sharecropper

  33. PRINCIPLES FOR 100 Patient confidentiality is associate with this legal act

  34. PRINCIPLES FOR 100 What is HIPAA

  35. PRINCIPLES FOR 200 What should be done regarding impaired colleagues

  36. PRINCIPLES FOR 200 What is report

  37. PRINCIPLES FOR 300 Type of relationship that should be avoided between doctors and patients

  38. PRINCIPLES FOR 300 What is sexual

  39. PRINCIPLES FOR 400 Working within range of responsibility and abilities in the medical field

  40. PRINCIPLES FOR 400 What is scope of practice

  41. PRINCIPLES FOR 500 Concept where medical professionals use patients for personal gain

  42. PRINCIPLES FOR 500 What is gaming the system

  43. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 100 Individual who determines benefit vs. harm in the doctor/patient relationship

  44. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 100 Who is the patient

  45. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 200 Document that expresses the privileges of patients regarding their care

  46. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 200 What is Patient Bill of Rights

  47. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 300 Used as an anesthetic during the Mexican-American War

  48. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 300 What is Ether

  49. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 400 Vaccination that became mainstream in 2009

  50. MISCELLANEOUS FOR 400 What is H1N1 (Swine Flu)