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Class Notes for HLTH3000 at University of Queensland

Legal & Ethical Principles in Health

HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Hypertension

ARGUMENTS Not all arguments are equally good Deductive arguments: if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true Inductive arguments: id the premises are true the conclusion is more likely to be true Fallacies: whet...

Health Sciences
HLTH3000
Andrew
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Organ Donation, Brain Death, Byron White
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DONATION AND TRANSPLANTATION OF ORGANS AND TISSUE Types of donation - Living donation - a person donates, during life, a non essential organ such as a kidney or bone marr...

Health Sciences
HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Unsun, Assisted Suicide, Futile Medical Care
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THE LAW AS IT APPLIES TO THE END OF LIFE The Circle of Capacity - At the start of an individual's life, reliance is placed upon others to make decisions on their behalf. Surrogate decision makers, w...

Health Sciences
HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Health Professional, Health Care Complaints Commission, Regency Era
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PROFESSIONALISM AND HEALTH CARE REGULATION IN AUSTRALIA HEALTH CARE REGULATION Professionalism, as a concept is difficult to define and cannot, without any certainty be applied to all professions The health care professi...

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HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: General Practitioner, Health Professional, Child Abuse
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CONFIDENTIALITY When we think about confidentiality Three can keep a secret if two are dead Law - Information given in confidence by a person to a health practitioner is protected at law as a confid...

Health Sciences
HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gender Dysphoria, Justifiable Homicide, Determinative
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PERSONAL/COMMUNITY AUTONOMY, CONSENT AND CAPACITY Overview - Autonomy - patients right to refuse treatment/ doctor's right to refuse to treat patient- futile - Consent - emergency - necessity otherwise it ...

Health Sciences
HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Normative Ethics, Descriptive Ethics, Practical Action
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ETHICAL THINKING 1) People can be ethically virtuous without the aid of philosophy. They act for genuine normative reasons, and work out what they do on the basis of considering such reason 2) Philosophers engage in the pr...

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HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Critical Thinking, Palliative Care, Primum Non Nocere
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CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING IN ETHICS AND LAW CRITICAL THINKING Critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualising applying, analysing and synthesizing, andor ...

Health Sciences
HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ratio Decidendi, Appellate Jurisdiction, Trial Division
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INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL PRINCIPLES IN HEALTH BASIC PRINCIPLES The Rule of Law Promotes fairness, transparency and quality before the law. All people, inclusive of government must be rules by the law and obey it Certainty; ...

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HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Born Alive Rule, Surrogacy, Miscarriage
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THE LAW AS IT APPLIES TO THE BEGINNING OF LIFE When does life begin? Conception? When a foetus is formed? When a baby takes its first breath? Born Alive Rule At law, the born alive rule applies. Viability can the foet...

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HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Critical Thinking, Thesis Statement
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CRITICAL THINKING WITH ARGUMENT MAPS Critical thinking makes us question what claims we should believe Argument is a connected series of propositions used to establish a definite conclusion Argument maps Visual represen...

Health Sciences
HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Normative Ethics, Genetic Testing, Personal Boundaries
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PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS ETHICS AND LAW IN HEALTH Many issues re hcp client relationship, consent, issues at the beginning and end of life, abortion, euthanasia, clinical research, organ and tissue transplantation, clinical ...

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HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden
HLTH3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mental Health Court, Ratio Decidendi, Environment Court Of New Zealand
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LEGAL PROCESSES Basic Principles The Rule of Law Promotes dairness, transperancy and equlity before the law. All peaople inclusice of government must be ruled by the law and obey it Certainty; Generality impersonal, and ...

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HLTH3000
Andrew Crowden

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