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Basic issues, approaches, and requirements of ethically acceptable decision making with patients, including patient confidentiality, conflicts of interest, allocation of scarce resources, occupational risks in health care, and professional responsibility for overall quality of care.
1. Compare and contrast basic ethics theories, traditions, and perspectives.
2. Identify ethical issues within different research and clinical contexts.
3. Apply moral theories and reasoning tools in the resolution of ethics cases and situations
4. Formulate positions on modern bioethical issues utilizing traditional ethics theories and perspectives.
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