1. Making ethical decisions in the provision of dental care can be greatly facilitated by:
  1. Why is ethical decision-making for a health care professional different than a person in a non-professional career?
  1. The term that describes the bravery and valor needed to address ethical problems in health care is:
  1. The ability of an individual to be aware of ethical issues is termed:
  1. The term that describes a situation when obligations and responsibilities point in one direction and personal inclination in another is called:
  1. What is the feeling experienced when an individual cannot do what her or she believes ought to be done because of system issue?
  1. The four “A’s” used to help the clinician to remember the steps in addressing moral distress are:
  1. A clinician can develop moral courage by:
  1. The six-step ethical decision-making model suggested in this article states that the most critical step in the process is:
  1. The categories of ethical dilemmas reported in the dental literature include all categories listed below EXCEPT one. Which one is the EXCEPTION?