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Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHL 302
Professor
Glen Hoffmann

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RYERSON UNIVERSITY
Department of Philosophy
PHL302 (011): Ethics and HealthcareFall 2009
SECOND QUIZ – FORMAT
Date: Friday, November 6, 2009 (start of class)
Duration: One hour
Value: 20% of your overall grade
Format: You will be asked to answer five short-answer questions. Two questions will be
worth 3 marks, one question will be worth 4 marks, and two questions will be worth 5
marks. The questions will mostly ask you to define, explain, analyze, and/or apply key
theories or concepts studied in the course.
Material to Cover: This quiz is not cumulative, meaning you will not be responsible for
all the material covered since the beginning of the course. You will only be responsible
for the material covered since the first quiz. This includes the required reading material,
the lectures, and the lecture notes. The main topics you should be focusing on are: (1)
Confidentiality: definition of the principle, the reasons for its importance, the justification
of this principle through moral theory, the limitations of this principle, and its application
to specific situations in healthcare and outside of healthcare; (2) Veracity: definition of
the principle, the reasons for its importance, the justification of this principle through
moral theory, the limitations of this principle, and its application to specific situations in
healthcare and outside of healthcare; (3) Informed Consent: definition of the principle,
the justification of this principle through moral theory, and its relationship to the principle
of veracity; and (4) Justice: definition of the principle, its relationship to distributive
justice, the different principles of distributive justice and their strengths and weaknesses.
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RYERSON UNIVERSITY Department of Philosophy PHL302 (011): Ethics and Healthcare Fall 2009 SECOND QUIZ FORMAT Date: Friday, November 6, 2009 (start of class) Duration: One hour Value: 20% of your overall grade Format: You will be asked to answer five short-answer questions. Two questions will be worth 3 marks, one question will be worth 4 marks, and two questions will be worth 5 marks. The questions will mostly ask you to define, explain, analyze, andor apply key theories or concepts studied in the course. Material to Cover: This quiz is not cumulative, meaning you will not be responsible for all the material covered since the beginning of the course. You will only be responsible for the material covered since the first quiz. This includes the required reading material, the lectures, and the lecture notes. The main topics you shou
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