Law and Ethics in medicine

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Elizabeth says duty of care is the obligation health care workers have toward patients. Randy says professional etiquette is the obligation health care workers have toward patients. Who is correct?
A. Only Randy is correct
B. Neither is correct
C. Only Elizabeth is correct
D. Both are correct
My answer A
2. Mediation is different from arbitration in that
A. mediators make binding decisions determining who is right
B. mediation is a form of ADR and arbitration isn't
C. mediators are unpaid
D. mediators don't make binding decisions determining who is right

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    my answer A
    Which of the following should you not when correcting record.
    A. Obliterate the error
    B. Date the correction
    C. Have the correction witnessed and initialed
    D. Explain why the correction is being made
    My answer A
    4. Which of the following is true regarding consent to abortion.
    A. Spouses must consent to the abortion
    B. The natural father must give consent to the abortion
    C. Laws in all states require a 24-hour waiting period
    D. Laws on consent and abortion change frequently and vary among states
    My answer is D
    5. Patients have the right to copies of their own records
    A. if the request is in writing
    B. unless viewing the records would harm the patient
    C. under circumstances
    D. if the doctor has no objection
    My answer C
    6. Of the following , who owns the information contained within medical records
    A. Owners of the facility where were made
    B. Department of Health
    C. Patient
    D. Physician's assistant ,nurse, or other person making the record
    My answer C

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