Chapter 10 by Kathleen Mastrian, Dee McGonigle, and Nedra Farcus Ethical Applications of Informatics Key Terms Defined • Alternatives • Antiprincipilism • Autonomy • Beneficence • Bio-Ethics Key Terms Defined • Bio-Informatics • Care Ethics • Casuistry Approach • Confidentiality • Consequences Key Terms Defined • Decision Making • Decision Support • Duty • Ethical Decision Making • Ethical Dilemma Key Terms Defined • Ethical, Social and Legal implications (ESLI) • Ethicist • Ethics • Eudiamonistic • Fidelity Key Terms Defined • Good • Harm • Justice • Liberty • Moral Key Terms Defined • Moral Dilemmas • Moral Rights • Negligence • Nicomachean • Nonmaleficence Key Terms Defined • Principlism • Privacy • Rights • Security • Self-control Key Terms Defined • Standard • Truth • Uncertainty • Values • Veracity Key Terms Defined • Virtue • Virtue Ethics • Wisdom Ethical Decisions • Ethics • Bioethics • Ethical Dilemmas • Morals • Ethical Decision Making Theoretical Approaches • Theoretical approaches and healthcare ethics • The Hippocratic tradition • Principlism • Anti-Principlism Theoretical Approaches • The Casuistry Approach • The Husted Bioethical decision-making Model • The Virtue Ethics Approach • Care Ethics Theoretical Approaches • The consensus-based approach • The value of different theoretical ethical methods • The importance of diverse ethical insight Applying Ethics to Informatics • The Information Age • Language Barriers • Informatics Practitioners • Healthcare Professionals and Ethical Approaches Applying Ethics to Informatics • Analysis and Ethics • The use of expert systems • Facing Ethical Dilemmas • The Goal of an Ethical System Applying Ethics to Informatics • An Ethical Dilemma • Bio-informatics • Making Ethical Decisions • Practicing Ethics Applying Ethics to Informatics • Virtue ethics • The Responsibility of Ethics • The International Council of Nurses Code of Ethics • Science/Technology Advances and the future Thought Provoking Questions • Identify moral dilemmas in healthcare informatics that would best be approached with the use of an ethical decision making framework. • Discuss the evolving health care ethics traditions within their social and historical context. Thought Provoking Questions • Differentiate among the theoretical approaches to health care ethics as they relate to the theorists perspectives of individuals and their relationships. • Select one of the healthcare ethics theories and support its use in examining ethical issues in healthcare informatics. Thought Provoking Questions • Select one of the healthcare ethics theories and argue against its use in examining ethical issues in healthcare informatics.
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