PFDP - Sessions 1-2

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Quiz on PFDP - Sessions 1-2, created by jp950pfdp on 04/15/2015.

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Question 1

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What are the principles of utilitarianism?
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  • The action should result in the greatest happiness or welfare for the greatest number of people
  • Consequences are a major consideration in calculating whether a moral decision is right or wrong
  • Whether a moral action is right or wrong is determined by particular rules of conduct, irrespective of the consequences
  • Moral behaviour should be unconditional or universal (determined by particular rules of conduct)

Question 2

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What are the principles of deontology?
Answer
  • The action should result in the greatest happiness or welfare for the greatest number of people
  • Consequences are a major consideration in calculating whether a moral decision is right or wrong
  • Whether a moral action is right or wrong is determined by particular rules of conduct, irrespective of the consequences
  • Moral behaviour should be unconditional or universal (determined by particular rules of conduct)

Question 3

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Non-maleficence is the principle of doing harm to patients.
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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Beneficence is the idea of actively promoting what is good for a patient.
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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Beneficence may interfere with a patient's autonomy. This is sometimes permissible in cases where a patient lacks autonomy (proxy decision making).
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

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Autonomy describes what?
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  • Treating people equally
  • Understanding that people may make different decisions, regardless of our personal opinion
  • That people are self-governing; free to make decisions about their own life
  • That harm to the patient as a result of your actions is their problem

Question 7

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Justice describes what?
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  • Treating people equally
  • Being fair to everyone
  • Over-riding a patients autonomy
  • Raising concerns if the patient is at risk

Question 8

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Putting patients interests first is the first principle of the GDC's guidelines.
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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Consent does not have to be valid in order to operate on a patient.
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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The fifth standard for dentist's in the GDC guidelines is to raise concerns if the patient is at risk.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 11

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Criminal law is considered between which two parties?
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  • An individual vs another individual
  • An individual vs a state organisation / society

Question 12

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In civil law, the crown court is the party that holds the legal burden of proof against the defendant.
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  • True
  • False

Question 13

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In civil law, the burden of proof lies with the patient to prove that the defendant did commit an offence.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 14

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What is tort?
Answer
  • A civil wrong due to a breach of duty (e.g. negligence) which leads to legal liability of the defendant
  • A formal agreement that often takes the form of a written agreement
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