L15, Medical ethics, Forensic

 Lecture video 




1-One of these isn’t one of the components of Medical Ethics

A. Physician – Patient Relationship
B. The Relationship of the physician to the ministry of health.
C. Physician – Physician Relationship
D. The Relationship of the Physician to Society.

2- permission for examination, diagnosis as well as Investigation is defined as 

A. Confidentiality 
B. Physician- patient relationship 
C. Medical Consent 
D. Malpractice 

3- In some times, there are good reasons for overriding the truth-telling principle. Such as:

A. All patients with cancer or AIDS.
B. If the patients are from China.
C. Patients do not want the truth if the news is bad.
D. All of the above

4-If two doctors have two different ideas, it is important in resolving the conflict to choose:

A. The right and most benefit choice 
B. The right choice
C. The most benefit choice
D. None of the above

5-"Patient-physician privilege" best describes

A. Autonomy
B. Justice
C. Truth-telling

6- The condition of disclosure is at all these situations except :

A. Child abuse 
B. Sexual assault 
C. Car Accident 
D. Infectious disease

7-Informed Consent constitution includes all of the following EXCEPT:

A. Debates
B. Understanding
C. Voluntary
D. Agreement



Notes for Revision

Validity of consent
1- The consent procedure is legal.
 2- The patient should be told everything that the doctor knows: full explanation of nature and risks of any surgical or diagnostic procedure.
 3- The patient should understand for what he is giving permission.
 4- The consent is taken from a person who has the right to give it.
قانونى عنده الحق عارف و فاهم

When To Disclosure ??! ( 8 situations )

Examples of professional misconduct:

1- Writing a medical certificate with incorrect data.
2- Performing criminal abortion.
3- Asking for percentage of fees from his colleague
because of sending patients to him.
4-Illegal use of narcotics.
5-Sexual activity with a mentally ill, unconsciousness
or anaesthetized patients