1. The two main goals involved in ethics is the ability to _______________.
  1. A general normative standard of conduct that is derived from morality is termed a _______________.
  1. The principle that describes the actions or practices that are right insofar as they avoid producing bad consequences is _______________.
  1. Which of the following “ought” classifications would take precedence over the others in the avoidance of harm to a patient?
  1. Public health policies and biomedical research are examples of which health care principle?
  1. The principle that embraces respect for persons and the ability to be self-governing and self-directing is _______________.
  1. When society is concerned with the allocation of resources in large social systems it is called _______________.
  1. The term closely aligned with justice and good stewardship of resources is _______________.
  1. What is the principle that binds the patient and clinician as they establish mutual treatment goals?
  1. The process of providing a patient with all the relevant information needed to make a decision is called _______________.
  1. Informed consent and informed refusal are most directly based on which principle?
  1. The clinical term used to describe a person’s ability to understand their health care conditions, treatment options and ability to make their own decisions is _______________.
  1. What is the term that describes the value that involves the patient exercising his or her autonomy in providing information to the dental professional?
  1. When the clinician makes decisions based on what he or she believes is best for the patient according to his/her ability and judgment it is termed _______________.
  1. What are the elements of capacity in determining the cognitive status of a dental patient?