Personal worldview 1. Every person approaches life with a certain perspective or worldview which could be identified with a specific ethical theory. Which ethical theoretical framework best describes your personal worldview? Support your response with examples. 2. Consider your personal needs, preferences, and biases. How might they conflict with the needs, preferences, and biases of your patients and their families? How can ethical principles be used to identify the most appropriate decision when conflict arises? 3. Consider your personal needs, preferences, and biases. How might they conflict with the needs, preferences, and biases of your patients and their families? How can ethical principles be used to identify the most appropriate decision when conflict arises? 4. Consider your personal needs, preferences, and biases. How might they conflict with the needs, preferences, and biases of your patients and their families? How can ethical principles be used to identify the most appropriate decision when conflict arises? 5. Does the principle of autonomy guarantee a person the right to do something that is harmful to oneself? To others? Explain your response with ethical rationale. 6. What is the difference between beneficence and nonmaleficence? Give examples of each from your clinical practice. 7. Health care providers are obligated to provide for those entrusted in their care. To what extent do they meet this obligation? How might their obligation to others conflict with their obligation to themselves?

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