1. What is the difference between (normal) medical care and palliative care? (BB104)
2.What code was drawn up after WWII and states "The health of my patient will be my first consideration."? (BB80)
Answer: The Geneva Code of Medical Ethics
3.What were the five religions discussed by the author of Bioethics: The Basics? (BB63)
Answer: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism
4. What is preventive medicine? (BB138)
Answer: a field that devises measures to prevent and control disease
5. As athletic enhancement increases, what fades? (AP25)
6. Chapter 3 begins by asking if our bioethical perspective ("vision") is skewed by ______... (BB48)
(a) cultural assumptions, (b) gender bias, (c) religious faith, (d) all of the above
7.What doctrine requires that all research protocols must be submitted to a "research ethics committe before the study begins"? (BB117)
Answer: Helsinki Declaration
8. What is a biobank? (BB133)
Answer: a collection of biological samples or genetic information
9. What are the three types of valid consent? (BB83)
Answer: Competent, Informed and Voluntary
10. The idea that the doctor always knows best is called what? (BB82)
Answer: Hippocratic Oath (BB 2)
2. What are the three types of valid consent for human participation in research?
Answer: Competent, Informed and Voluntary (BB 83)
3. Sandel's deepest moral objection to enhancement is its alleged disfigurement of what relation?
Answer: parent-child relationship (pg. 46)
Rory CapstickFebruary 23, 2015 at 12:06 PM
4. As athletic enhancement increases, what fades?
5. How do Ritalin, Adderall etc differ from recreational drugs of the past?