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The decision could be about your own conduct or about that of another. Some decisions will be easy because the guidelines are clear and the matter itself is inappropriate but no harm will likely result.
Others may be more difficult because the guidelines or circumstances are unclear and the wrong decision could carry consequences for others or yourself.
Every now and again an issue of monstrous proportions may surface that affects you directly. For example, a client unexpectedly commits suicide or threatens or sues you, or a colleague damages your reputation. You may confront a situation that offers no choice but to make decisions with ethical implications under ambiguous circumstances.
Your own life may feel out of control e. Confusion, pressure, frustration, anxiety, conflicting loyalties, insufficient information, and the tendency to rationalize are common responses to ethical challenges at these times.
Such reactions complicate matters and greatly elevate the chances of errors in decision-making.
Intense stressors can result in an inability to make sound judgments Advisory Committee on Colleague Assistance, Even when our lives seem fine, ethical dilemmas can materialize in many ways, often abruptly when we least expect them.
Of course, most therapists do not knowingly get themselves tangled up in difficult situations. Some give in to temptations that overtake their professional objectivity.
If you are similar to most of your colleagues, you have already faced at least one ethical dilemma that required a decision and possibly action on your part. Note that choosing to not make a decision is a decision. You may not have created the problem, but you may have no choice but to respond.
How you react could have significant implications for your reputation and your career. More recent writings stress how factors such as emotions, personal vulnerabilities, personality, and situational contexts influence how we make decisions, including ethical ones.
Newer work also stresses the insufficiency of cognitive strategies to determine how decisions are made and how many nonrational factors affect our decisions e.
As we emphasize throughout this lesson, an early recognition of personal and situational risks can prevent many potential ethical problems from materializing or from escalating to the point of causing harm. We do not wish to frighten readers, but we must communicate why ethical decision-making is more critical than ever to you as a practitioner.
Not that long ago complaints were handled in confidential forums. Few avenues existed for the general public to discover the misbehavior of mental health professionals.which stipulate that ED physicians have the legal authority and responsibility to conduct a medical screening exam on a child unaccompanied by the parent, even without consent from the parent.
A Certified Ethical Hacker is a skilled professional who understands and knows how to look for weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems and uses the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker, but in a lawful and legitimate manner to assess the security posture of a target system(s).
REVISION ARTICLE. Ethical dilemmas in blood transfusion in Jehovah's Witnesses: a legal-bioethical analysis. Dilemas éticos en la transfusión sanguínea de Testigos de . Ethical Challenges in Emergency Medical Services A special contribution of the Ethics Committee, National Association of Emergency Medical Services Physicians, Chair: James G.
Adams. Emergency nurses have become well-versed in both the legal and the ethical issues that affect emergency nursing. As an emergency nurse, you are held to the standards of Emergency Nursing Practice and the American Nursing Association (ANA) Code of Ethics for nurses.
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