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Bank Of Questions | Medical Ethics And Professionalism | Cmt Nta 4 | Clinical Medicine First Year

Bank Of Questions | Medical Ethics And Professionalism | Cmt Nta 4 | Clinical Medicine First Year

1. A good therapeutic relationship is founded on

A. One sided relationship.

B. Clinicians alone are centered for decision making and choices

C. Open communication, within the confines of privacy and confidentiality, is restricted

D. The incompetent person must be involved in decisions regarding his or her care.

E. Based on mutual trust and respect between providers and patients/clients.   

2. Professional values include::

A. Selfishness

B. Over expectation

C. Personal judgement

D. High knowldege

E. Punctuality

 

3. Medicine is a moral Endeavour which demands ;

A. Integrity, competence, and high ethical standards among other key attributes.

B. Integrity, honest and competence only

C. Competence, trust and high ethical standards

D. Honest, trust and confidentiality

E. Competence and trust


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4. In medical practice challenges of human dignity originates from.

A. The challenges of modern Technology

B. The challenges of modern science.

C. The challenges of political changes

D. The challenges of modern technological and modern science.

E. The challenges of social problem.

 

5. Female patient comes to the doctor’s clinic wearing revealing clothes. She comes up very close to the doctor and starts asking him personal questions in a seductive tone. What would be the appropriate response by the doctor?

A. Refuse to examine her.

B. Call in a nurse.

C. Use open ended questioning technique

D.  Ask about her personal life

E.  Refer her to another doctor

6. Jack while  time to sign out has passed and she had an appointment thereafter with her friends  but  there was a patient bleeding, she decided to help the patient. What code of ethics she  complied:

A. Altruism

B. Accountability

C. Respect for others

D. Duty

E. Excellence

 

7. The Clinicians are obligated to make a commitment to life-long learning. Which professional code of ethics supports this.

A. Altruism

B. Accountability

C. Respect for others

D. Duty

E. Excellence

 

8. Below is the example of Challenge of Resource Allocation

A. Selection based on medical criteria

B. Selection based on level of education

C. Selection based on patient needs

D. Selection based on relatives needs

E. Selections based on gender criteria

 

9. Example of advanced technology leading to question about the respect to human dignity

A. Application of modern investigations technology

B. Emerging of the advanced methods of operation

C. Availability of ARVS drugs

D. In vitro fertilization

E. Introduction of terminal illness care

 

10. Clinicians’ dual roles”  means

A. Respect for others

B. Experiences

C. Honour and integrity

D. healer and professional

E. autonomy


Candidate number..

SECTION B MULTIPLE TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS (10 )

Instruction:

· Write the word True against the correct statement

· Write the word False against the wrong statement

· ½ a  will be awarded for the correctly ed statement

· Write the word TRUE for the True statement and FALSE for the false statement

 

1.  Regarding Integrity within the Profession

A. ....…… Is another concept that is closely aligned to ethics.

B. …...… is however a more flexible  concept than ethics  

C. ...…… The person with integrity will some time adhere to her or his values.

D. .....….. A person is regarded as someone with integrity when she/he consistently

                  adheres to a set of ethical standards

E. ......….. Integrity, is often associated with concepts like  Fairness,Consistency,

                   Uprightness, Wholeness

 

2. Concerning human dignity.

A. …… human being has an innate right to respect and ethical treatment.

B. …….. Not every person is born with human dignity and it cannot be lost, the

unborn and the dead are also entitled to it.

C. …….. The dignity of the human person is not only a fundamental right in itself

but constitutes the real basis of fundamental rights

D. …….. Core element of humans is that each human is seen as own character,

unique but worthless.

E. …….. Respect of human dignity means the health professionals must constantly

respect people as persons

3. The typical indicators for failing to take responsibility are:

A. …….. Dependent on others for recognition, approval, affirmation, and

                   acceptance

B. ……. Angry, hostile or depressed.

C. …….. Over responsible and guilt ridden

D. . ………Taking responsibility of own action results in building self-esteem to

                     higher levels.  

E. . ……… Fearful of taking action being afraid of doing it wrong again.

4. Facts on characteristics of Quality Health Services  

A.  ………. Every person regardless of age or condition is afforded access to quality

                     health care.  .

B. ……….. The service is to be timely, reliable and adequate.

C. ………. Services where medical personal do  harm to some conditions

D. ………..Services that create a bond of trust between patients and health care

                    providers

                  E.  ……….. Respecting every person’s dignity means that each person should decide  

                                      whatever they want

Candidate No……

SECTION C MATCHING QUESTIONS ( 10 )

This section consists of two (2) questions of matching with five (5) options each.

Match the item in column B with corresponding statements in column A by writing  

            letter of correct response in the space provided.

One (1)  will be awarded for each correct response.

 

QUESTION 1.  Principles of ethics and professionalism.

COLUMN A; TERMINOLOGY

COLUMN B;

 DESCRIPTION

1…….Altruism

A .Clinicians should be committed to being fair, truthful and

straightforward in their interactions with patients and the profession

2……..Accountability

B. Clinician is obligated to attend to the best interest of patients, rather

Than self-interest

3……..Excellence

C.A Clinician should demonstrate respect for patients and their

families, other physicians

4………..Honour and integrity:

D. Clinicians should be available and responsive when ‘on call,’ accepting commitment to service

E. Professional associations and licensing bodies  characteristics

5. Respect for others:

F. Clinicians are obligated to make a commitment to life-long learning

G. The privilege of self-regulation entails an absolute obligation to guarantee the competence of members.

H. Human right

 

 Question 2.

COLUMN A

COLUMN B

1. vocation

A. When clinicians have responsibility and are accountable both to their patients and to a third party

2. Values

B. That choice must be based on medical criteria and made without discrimination

3. Dual Loyalty

C. “ Means a call”

4. Challenge of Resource Allocation

D. are convictions about what is good or desirable

E. Challenges of human dignity

5. Integrity

F. Religious segregation

 

G.   Means consistently adheres to a set of ethical standards.   

H. Clinicians should report to appropriate authorities any unjustified act.

 

 

SECTION D: SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS   40

 INSTRUCTIONS:

· This section consists of eight (8) questions.

· Write your answer in the space provided

Each question carries a total of five (5) .

1. Mention five (5) Professional values     (5 )

i. 

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 

v. 

2. Outline five Characteristics of Quality Health Services.     ( 5 )

i. 

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 

v. 

3. Outline  five (5) characteristics of  “Good therapeutic relationship( 5 )

i. 

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 

v. 

4. Mention five (5) approaches to uphold human dignity in health services?    

                                                                                                                          (5)

i. ….

ii. ….

iii. ….

iv. ….

v. ….

5. Mention five (5) Importance of Workers’ Taking Responsibility for Own Action

                                                                                                                            (5)

i. ….

ii. ….

iii. …..

iv. ….

v. ….

 

6. Outline five (5) Patient Rights.                                         (5 )

i. .

ii. .

iii. .

iv. .

v. .

7. Mention five ( 5) the Consequences of Not Being Responsible for Own Actions

                                                                                                              (5)

i. .

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 

v. 

8.  Mention (5) Community Factors as reasons for Conflicts between health Professionals and Society.                                                            (5 )

i. 

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 

v. 

 

 

SECTION E: GUIDED ASSEY QUESTIONS     30

INSTRUCTIONS:

· This section consists of two (2) questions which are supposed to be answered in a narrative way.

· Write your answer on behind second page. Each question should start on a new page.

· Each question carries fifteen (15)

 

1. Explain four (4) Characteristics of Any Profession

2. Mr. x was admitted  in  the male  ward at SAMDDH weeks ago with complaints of difficulty in breathing , cough and fever . Laboratory test results revealed that he is HIV positive. During routine medical  rounds , it was  observed that some doctors on duty have been skipping Chakubanga’s bed. Usually it is said that “ this is a known case let him continue with the prescribed treatment”. But Chakubanga was having a new problem which was not reported when he was admitted; this situation caused difficulties to him as he did not have a place to voice his concern for management

I. What  medical ethics do you think these doctors/clinicians have violated?

II. What right does Chakubanga deserve?

III. How should Chakubanga be treated if one is observing medical ethics

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