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Practice Problems ( DIABETES MELLITUS )

Practice Problems ( DIABETES MELLITUS )

Reflecting on your practice problem and proposed research interventions what major biomedical principles (as listed below) are involved?  Why is this principle important?  

Practice Problems ( DIABETES MELLITUS ) IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU  REVIEW THE LAST ASSIGNMENT DID IT REGARDING ETHICAL CONSIDERETIONS.

I have provided a brief description of the biomedical ethical principles  There are many derivatives of these principles.  

4 major biomedical principles:

Autonomy: generally meaning the patient has the ethical right to make decisions and act on them.  Autonomy is acting with intentionality, understanding, and without influence.   (Autonomy vs paternalism).  

Non-Maleficence: Acting with the intention of doing no harm.  In medical care (or nursing care) it is the adage “first do no harm”. 

Beneficence: Acting with the intention of doing good/helping

Justice: There are various theories of justice: Justice involves the equitable distribution of resources. and has several different arguments that can be used in decision making. These include: each individual is treated equally; each according to one’s means/needs, each according to merit or contribution, each according to what society needs.